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Submitted By Sara Khoshnevisan Assc. Research Fellow, RESA Liquefaction is a phenomenon where vibrations from an earthquake cause fully or partially saturated soil to lose strength. For us non-geologists, think of the soil acting like a liquid during events like an earthquake. If you ever get bored, may I suggest looking into liquefaction videos on YouTube. […]
Submitted By Binbin Li Senior Data Analyst, RESA IBM estimates that we create over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day, where 90% of the world’s data comes from the last year(1). Let’s take a moment to appreciate that number. Quintillion. We don’t make a habit to use the quantity quintillion, which is probably […]
Submitted By Jimmy R. Martin, PhD. Chair of Glenn Department of Civil Engineering, Clemson University Executive Director, RESA NBC News published an article discussing two new projects proposed by Prime Minister Theresa May and supposes different ways the projects will be affected by anticipated impact of Brexit. At first glance, the article appears unassuming, […]
Submitted By David Vaughn Professor of Practice, Clemson University Director of Global Engagement, RESA Recently, many of us learned about the plight of the earthen Oroville Dam which is tallest earthen or concrete dam in the U.S. at 770 ft.(1), with a concrete spillway, an unarmored earthen emergency spillway that is susceptible to erosion. Nearly […]
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