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Rajesh Dhakal
Rajesh Dhakal
Professor of Earthquake Engineering, University of Canterbury
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei canterbury.ac.nz
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Modeling for postyield buckling of reinforcement
RP Dhakal, K Maekawa
Journal of structural engineering 128 (9), 1139-1147, 2002
4782002
Incremental dynamic analysis applied to seismic financial risk assessment of bridges
JB Mander, RP Dhakal, N Mashiko, KM Solberg
Engineering structures 29 (10), 2662-2672, 2007
2492007
Reinforcement stability and fracture of cover concrete in reinforced concrete members
RP Dhakal, K Maekawa
Journal of structural engineering 128 (10), 1253-1262, 2002
2482002
Building pounding damage observed in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake
GL Cole, RP Dhakal, FM Turner
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 41 (5), 893-913, 2012
2322012
Path-dependent cyclic stress–strain relationship of reinforcing bar including buckling
RP Dhakal, K Maekawa
Engineering Structures 24 (11), 1383-1396, 2002
2192002
Damage to non-structural components and contents in 2010 Darfield earthquake
RP Dhakal
Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering 43 (4), 404-411, 2010
2052010
Seismic performance of an unreinforced masonry building: An experimental investigation
JK Bothara, RP Dhakal, JB Mander
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 39 (1), 45-68, 2010
1662010
Error estimation of closed‐form solution for annual rate of structural collapse
BA Bradley, RP Dhakal
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 37 (15), 1721-1737, 2008
1292008
Seismic loss estimation for efficient decision making
B Bradley, R Dhakal, M Cubrinovski, GA MacRae, DS Lee
University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering., 2008
1232008
Performance of a damage‐protected beam–column subassembly utilizing external HF2V energy dissipation devices
GW Rodgers, KM Solberg, JG Chase, JB Mander, BA Bradley, RP Dhakal, ...
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 37 (13), 1549-1564, 2008
1172008
Improved seismic hazard model with application to probabilistic seismic demand analysis
BA Bradley, RP Dhakal, M Cubrinovski, JB Mander, GA MacRae
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 36 (14), 2211-2225, 2007
1172007
Bidirectional cyclic loading experiment on a 3D beam–column joint designed for damage avoidance
L Li, JB Mander, RP Dhakal
Journal of Structural Engineering 134 (11), 1733-1742, 2008
1112008
High-force-to-volume seismic dissipators embedded in a jointed precast concrete frame
GW Rodgers, KM Solberg, JB Mander, JG Chase, BA Bradley, RP Dhakal
Journal of Structural Engineering 138 (3), 375-386, 2012
1052012
Mechanical and fresh properties of high-strength self-compacting concrete containing class C fly ash
MS Ashtiani, AN Scott, RP Dhakal
Construction and Building materials 47, 1217-1224, 2013
1032013
Intensity measures for the seismic response of pile foundations
BA Bradley, M Cubrinovski, RP Dhakal, GA MacRae
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 29 (6), 1046-1058, 2009
1032009
Performance of a damage-protected highway bridge pier subjected to bidirectional earthquake attack
K Solberg, N Mashiko, JB Mander, RP Dhakal
Journal of structural engineering 135 (5), 469-478, 2009
992009
Damage avoidance design steel beam-column moment connection using high-force-to-volume dissipators
TJ Mander, GW Rodgers, JG Chase, JB Mander, GA MacRae, RP Dhakal
Journal of structural engineering 135 (11), 1390-1397, 2009
982009
Prediction of spatially distributed seismic demands in specific structures: Ground motion and structural response
BA Bradley, RP Dhakal, GA MacRae, M Cubrinovski
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 39 (5), 501-520, 2010
952010
Identification of critical ground motions for seismic performance assessment of structures
RP Dhakal, JB Mander, N Mashiko
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 35 (8), 989-1008, 2006
902006
Numerical modeling of rectangular reinforced concrete structural walls
F Dashti, RP Dhakal, S Pampanin
Journal of structural engineering 143 (6), 04017031, 2017
892017
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