28 Publications (Page 1 of 2)
Unpacking Tornado Disasters: Illustrating Southeastern US Tornado Mobile and Manufactured Housing Problem Using March 3, 2019 Beauregard-Smith Station, Alabama, Tornado Event
Structural forces: Perception and vulnerability factors for tornado sheltering within mobile and manufactured housing in Alabama and Mississippi
Tornado-Induced and Straight-Line Wind Loads on a Low-Rise Building With Consideration of Internal Pressure
Wind Resistance and Fragility Functions for Wood-Framed Wall Sheathing Panels in Low-Rise Residential Construction
Hurricanes Irma and Maria post-event survey in US Virgin Islands
StEER - 3 March 2019 Tornadoes in the Southeastern US: Field Assessment Structural Team (FAST) Early Access Reconnaissance Report (EARR) NHERI Design-Safe
Collection of Perishable Data on Wind- and Surge-Induced Residential Building Damage During Hurricane Harvey (TX)
Data management for the development of a flood vulnerability model.
Epistemic Uncertainties in Fragility Functions Derived from Post-Disaster Damage Assessments
Epistemic Uncertainties in Fragility Functions Derived from Post-Disaster Damage Assessments. ASCE-ASME Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems, Part A: Civil Engineering
Fragility assessment of wind-induced residential building damage caused by Hurricane Harvey. Forensic Engineering 8th Conference.
Linking Building Attributes and Tornado Vulnerability Using a Logistic Regression Model
RAPID: A Coordinated Structural Engineering Response to Hurricane Irma (in Florida) NHERI DesignSafe
StEER - HURRICANE MICHAEL: FIELD ASSESSMENT TEAM 1 (FAT-1) EARLY ACCESS RECONNAISSANCE REPORT (EARR) NHERI Design-Safe
Empirical Approach to Evaluating the Tornado Fragility of Residential Structures
An Engineering-Based Approach to Predict Tornado-Induced Damage
Development of Empirically-Based Fragilities of Residential Damage in the 2011 Joplin, Missouri, Tornado.
An estimate of tornado loads on a wood-frame building using database-assisted design methodology
A vulnerability assessment tool for residential structures and extreme wind events.
Comparison of two methods of near-surface wind speed estimation in the 22 May, 2011 Joplin, Missouri Tornado
Development of empirically-based fragilities of residential damage in the 2011 Joplin, Missouri tornado.
Using Tornado Damage Surveys to Improve Laboratory Tornado Simulations.
Wind uplift capacity of foam-retrofitted roof sheathing panels subjected to rainwater intrusion
An estimate of tornado loads on a wood-frame building using database-assisted design methodology.
Residential damage patterns following the 2011 Tuscaloosa, AL and Joplin, MO tornadoes