Abdollah Shafieezadeh
Abdollah Shafieezadeh
Lichtenstein Professor, Department of Civil Environmental, and Geodetic
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Scenario-based resilience assessment framework for critical infrastructure systems: Case study for seismic resilience of seaports
A Shafieezadeh, LI Burden
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 132, 207-219, 2014
Age-dependent fragility models of utility wood poles in power distribution networks against extreme wind hazards
A Shafieezadeh, UP Onyewuchi, MM Begovic, R DesRoches
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 29 (1), 131-139, 2013
REAK: Reliability analysis through Error rate-based Adaptive Kriging
Z Wang, A Shafieezadeh
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 182, 33-45, 2019
Optimal intensity measures for probabilistic seismic demand modeling of extended pile-shaft-supported bridges in liquefied and laterally spreading ground
X Wang, A Shafieezadeh, A Ye
Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering 16, 229-257, 2018
ESC: an efficient error-based stopping criterion for kriging-based reliability analysis methods
Z Wang, A Shafieezadeh
Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization 59, 1621-1637, 2019
Statistical models for shear strength of RC beam‐column joints using machine‐learning techniques
JS Jeon, A Shafieezadeh, R DesRoches
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 43 (14), 2075-2095, 2014
Fractional order intensity measures for probabilistic seismic demand modeling applied to highway bridges
A Shafieezadeh, K Ramanathan, JE Padgett, R DesRoches
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics 41 (3), 391-409, 2012
Intelligent hurricane resilience enhancement of power distribution systems via deep reinforcement learning
NL Dehghani, AB Jeddi, A Shafieezadeh
Applied energy 285, 116355, 2021
Optimal life-cycle resilience enhancement of aging power distribution systems: A MINLP-based preventive maintenance planning
NL Dehghani, YM Darestani, A Shafieezadeh
Ieee Access 8, 22324-22334, 2020
Damage assessment of older highway bridges subjected to three-dimensional ground motions: characterization of shear–axial force interaction on seismic fragilities
JS Jeon, A Shafieezadeh, DH Lee, E Choi, R DesRoches
Engineering Structures 87, 47-57, 2015
Machine learning for risk and resilience assessment in structural engineering: Progress and future trends
X Wang, RK Mazumder, B Salarieh, AM Salman, A Shafieezadeh, Y Li
Journal of Structural Engineering 148 (8), 03122003, 2022
Seismic performance of pile-supported wharf structures considering soil-structure interaction in liquefied soil
A Shafieezadeh, R DesRoches, GJ Rix, SD Werner
Earthquake Spectra 28 (2), 729-757, 2012
Multi-dimensional wind fragility functions for wood utility poles
YM Darestani, A Shafieezadeh
Engineering Structures 183, 937-948, 2019
Optimal EDPs for post-earthquake damage assessment of extended pile-shaft–supported bridges subjected to transverse spreading
X Wang, A Shafieezadeh, A Ye
Earthquake Spectra 35 (3), 1367-1396, 2019
Seismic vulnerability assessment of wharf structures
A Shafieezadeh
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011
Three-dimensional wharf response to far-field and impulsive near-field ground motions in liquefiable soils
A Shafieezadeh, R DesRoches, GJ Rix, SD Werner
Journal of Structural Engineering 139 (8), 1395-1407, 2013
Seismic response prediction and variable importance analysis of extended pile-shaft-supported bridges against lateral spreading: Exploring optimized machine learning models
X Wang, Z Li, A Shafieezadeh
Engineering Structures 236, 112142, 2021
A decision framework for managing risk to airports from terrorist attack
A Shafieezadeh, EJ Cha, BR Ellingwood
Risk analysis 35 (2), 292-306, 2015
Fractional order filter enhanced LQR for seismic protection of civil structures
A Shafieezadeh, K Ryan, YQ Chen
Exploring passive and active metamodeling-based reliability analysis methods for soil slopes: a new approach to active training
M Rahimi, Z Wang, A Shafieezadeh, D Wood, EJ Kubatko
International Journal of Geomechanics 20 (3), 04020009, 2020
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