Structural Engineering

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The structural faculty has a complementary set of expertise in theoretical, analytical, computational, experimental and field investigation techniques well suited to address critical infrastructure issues.

Structural engineering research within ESSIE at the University of Florida includes:

  • infrastructure system response to extreme-event loading, durability of infrastructure and materials,
  • health monitoring, evaluation and strengthening of existing structures, and
  • the development of construction methods to improve long-term sustainability of new infrastructure.

 

News
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details NSF Video Featuring Powell Family Structures and Materials Laboratory Terraformer Wind Tunnel
details Moore, Oklahoma, Tornado of 2013: Performance of Schools and Critical Facilities
details Ying-Kuan (Jeremy) Tsai wins Best Paper Award at the 5th International Symposium on DAPS
details Dr. David Prevatt profiled for NIHERST award for Excellence in Science and Technology
details Dr. Prevatt featured on WeatherBrains

 

Events
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