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Extreme Loading for Structures (ELS) is used around the world by engineers, researchers, and students for blast design, progressive collapse design, seismic design and more. Stay up to date on the latest features, journal publications, conference presentations, and projects by users of ELS.

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    Featured Articles:

    Progressive Collapse Assessment of Precast Prestressed Reinforced Concrete Beams Using Applied Element Method

    Progressive Collapse Assessment of Precast Prestressed Reinforced Concrete Beams Using Applied Element Method

    Abstract: Due to the repetitive progressive collapse events, it became necessity to form theories of designs against those cases of loadings. Prestressed reinforced concrete elements become widely used in construction field due to various properties that contribute to...

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    Past Articles:

    High Fidelity Numerical Seismic Modeling of Ancient Brick Structures

    High Fidelity Numerical Seismic Modeling of Ancient Brick Structures

    The evaluation of the seismic vulnerability of historical masonry buildings is a difficult task due to the uncertainty regarding structural characteristics and construction techniques, mechanical properties, and pre-existing damage. Hence, there is a need for an efficient computational technique for analyzing such structures and providing reliable results for a large number of buildings within a reasonable time frame.

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