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FIRST US-CHILE WORKSHOP on BRIDGE EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING

University of Nevada Reno, August 30-31, 2016

Mallory Foundation Auditorium, Earthquake Engineering Laboratory

PRELIMINARY AGENDA (v6: Aug 26)

TUESDAY, AUGUST 30

8:30-9:00 Opening Session


Chair: Ian Buckle, University of Nevada Reno
 Manos Maragakis, Dean, College of Engineering
 Sheila Duwadi, Federal Highway Administration
 Matias Hube, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

9:00-10:10 Chile Session I: Chilean Bridges and Damage Overview in Recent Earthquakes
Chair: Galo Valdebenito, Universidad Austral de Chile
 Description of Chilean Bridges (Matias Hube)
 Bridge Design Code Prior to 2010 (Matias Valenzuela)
 Observed Damage in Bridges after 2010 and 2015 Earthquakes (Matias Hube /
Galo Valdebenito)

10:10-10:30 Meeting Logistics (Ian Buckle)

10:30-11:00 BREAK Auditorium Lobby

11:00-12:30 Chile Session II: Revisions to Chilean Bridge Design Code and Recovery/Retrofit of
Bridges
Chair: Matias Hube, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
 New Seismic Design Provisions (Matias Valenzuela)
 Reparation of Damaged Bridges (Jose Luis Seguel)
 Retrofit of Undamaged Bridges (Jose Luis Seguel)
 Design of New Bridges (Matias Valenzuela)

12:30-2:00 LUNCH Campus Food Courts

2:00-3:30 US Session I: Research Update A


Chair: Sheila Duwadi, Federal Highway Administration
 Seismic Design Guidelines for Curved Bridges (Ahmad Itani)
 Seismic Performance of Skewed Bridges (Ian Buckle)
 Passive Resistance of Skewed Bridge Abutments (Kyle Rollins)
 LRFD Resistance Factor Calibration for Local Soil Conditions (Ramin Motamed)
3:30-4:00 POSTER SESSION and BREAK Auditorium Lobby

4:00-5:00 EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING LABORATORY TOUR and DEMONSTRATION

6:00 for 6:30 DINNER


River Room, Wild River Grille
17 South Virginia St, Reno

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31

8:30-9:40 Chile Session III: Research Program Update and Current Concerns
Chair: Matias Valenzuela, Ministry of Public Works
 Experimental Program to Characterize Chilean Bridges (Matias Hube)
 Analytical Studies (Matias Hube / Galo Valdebenito)
 Current Concerns and Future Challenges (Matias Valenzuela / Galo Valdebenito)

9:40-10:30 US Session II: Research Update B


Chair: Phillip Yen, Consultant
 Performance of Bridges Subject to Long Duration Ground Motions (David
Sanders)
 Performance of Coastal Bridges Subject to Tsunami Inundation (Ian Buckle)

10:30-11:00 BREAK Auditorium Lobby

11:00-12:10 US Session II continued: Research Update B Continued


 SMART Shear Keys for Earthquake Hazard Mitigation of Diaphragm-Free Girder
Bridges (Genda Chen)
 Prefabricated Bridge Connections in High Seismic Zones (Ron Bromenschenkel)
 Innovative Materials for Improved Bridge Performance (Saiid Saiidi)

12:10-1:45 LUNCH Campus Food Courts

1:45-3:15 US Session III: Revisions to AASHTO Specifications and State DOT Updates
Chair: Derrell Manceaux, Federal Highway Administration
 AASHTO Displacement-Based Design Specifications Update (Lee Marsh)
 Caltrans Seismic Design Criteria Update (Mark Mahan)
 Oregon DOT Update: Performance-Based Seismic Design for Long Duration
Subduction Zone Events (Albert Nako)
 Washington DOT Update: Seismic Retrofit Including Asset Managment (Bijan
Khaleghi)

3:15-3:30 BREAK Auditorium Lobby

3:30-4:15 Research Needs and Collaboration Opportunities


Co-Chairs: Matias Hube and Ian Buckle

4:15-4:30 Closing Session