California Department of Transportation
 

PEER-Lifelines Program

Program Information

The PEER-Lifelines program is a partnership of government agencies and private companies focused on common interest research to better characterize earthquake hazard in California.   The program is administered through the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center (PEER) at UC Berkeley.   Additional information about PEER can be found at http://peer.berkeley.edu/.

The following are links to research reports prepared under the Lifelines program, grouped by topic area.  Questions about any of these reports or the PEER-Lifelines program in general can be directed to Tom Shantz, the PEER-Lifelines contract manager.  (Email: tom.shantz@dot.ca.gov

Additional PEER research reports can be found at http://peer.berkeley.edu/publications/peer_reports.html.

 

List of Active Projects

Themes

  1. Ground Motion Prediction
  2. Site Response
  3. Ground Motion Selection and Scaling for Nonlinear Analysis (GMSM)
  4. Record Selection procedures for Buldings
  5. Structural Design and Analysis
  6. Liquefaction
  7. Tsunami Hazard
  8. Geotechnical Virtual Data Center
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Completed Research Projects

Ground Motion Prediction

Site Response

Ground Motion Selection and Scaling for Nonlinear Analysis (GMSM)

Record Selection procedures for Buldings

Structural Design and Analysis

Liquefaction

Tsunami Hazard

Geotechnical Virtual Data Center

Fault Rupture Hazard