Hyoungsu Park
Hyoungsu Park
Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei Hawaii.edu
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An agent-based model of a multimodal near-field tsunami evacuation: Decision-making and life safety
H Wang, A Mostafizi, LA Cramer, D Cox, H Park
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 64, 86-100, 2016
Tsunami inundation modeling in constructed environments: A physical and numerical comparison of free-surface elevation, velocity, and momentum flux
H Park, DT Cox, PJ Lynett, DM Wiebe, S Shin
Coastal Engineering 79, 9-21, 2013
Probabilistic assessment of near-field tsunami hazards: Inundation depth, velocity, momentum flux, arrival time, and duration applied to Seaside, Oregon
H Park, DT Cox
Coastal Engineering 117, 79-96, 2016
Experimental modeling of horizontal and vertical wave forces on an elevated coastal structure
H Park, T Tomiczek, DT Cox, JW van de Lindt, P Lomonaco
Coastal Engineering 128, 58-74, 2017
Comparison of inundation depth and momentum flux based fragilities for probabilistic tsunami damage assessment and uncertainty analysis
H Park, DT Cox, AR Barbosa
Coastal Engineering 122, 10-26, 2017
Empirical wave run-up formula for wave, storm surge and berm width
H Park, DT Cox
Coastal Engineering 115, 67-78, 2016
Probabilistic decision-support framework for community resilience: Incorporating multi-hazards, infrastructure interdependencies, and resilience goals in a Bayesian network
S Kameshwar, DT Cox, AR Barbosa, K Farokhnia, H Park, MS Alam, ...
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 191, 106568, 2019
Probabilistic seismic and tsunami damage analysis (PSTDA) of the Cascadia Subduction Zone applied to Seaside, Oregon
H Park, MS Alam, DT Cox, AR Barbosa, JW van de Lindt
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 35, 101076, 2019
Probabilistic seismic and tsunami hazard analysis conditioned on a megathrust rupture of the Cascadia Subduction Zone
H Park, DT Cox, MS Alam, AR Barbosa
Frontiers in built environment 3, 32, 2017
Numerical modeling of non-breaking, impulsive breaking, and broken wave interaction with elevated coastal structures: Laboratory validation and inter-model comparisons
H Park, T Do, T Tomiczek, DT Cox, JW van de Lindt
Ocean Engineering 158, 78-98, 2018
Tsunami inundation modeling: Sensitivity of velocity and momentum flux to bottom friction with application to building damage at Seaside, Oregon
H Park, DM Wiebe, DT Cox, K Cox
Coastal Engineering Proceedings 1 (34), 1, 2014
Application of the Goda pressure formulae for horizontal wave loads on elevated structures
DM Wiebe, H Park, DT Cox
KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 18 (6), 1573-1579, 2014
An empirical solution for tsunami run-up on compound slopes
H Park, DT Cox, CM Petroff
Natural Hazards 76 (3), 1727-1743, 2015
Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Assessment (PTHA) for resilience assessment of a coastal community
H Park, DT Cox, AR Barbosa
Natural Hazards 94 (3), 1117-1139, 2018
A deterministic approach for assessing tsunami-induced building damage through quantification of hydrodynamic forces
Y Xiong, Q Liang, H Park, D Cox, G Wang
Coastal Engineering 144, 1-14, 2019
Characteristics of Sediment Transport under External Force in Haeundae Beach
GS Kim, HS Ryu, HS Park, KM Kim
Journal of Navigation and Port Research 37 (6), 663-671, 2013
Effects of advection on predicting construction debris for vulnerability assessment under multi-hazard earthquake and tsunami
H Park, DT Cox
Coastal Engineering 153, 103541, 2019
Modified Goda equations to predict pressure distribution and horizontal forces for design of elevated coastal structures
T Tomiczek, A Wyman, H Park, DT Cox
Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering 145 (6), 04019023, 2019
Integrated engineering-economic model for the assessment of regional economic vulnerability to tsunamis
Y Chen, H Park, Y Chen, P Corcoran, D Cox, JJ Reimer, B Weber
Natural Hazards Review 19 (4), 04018018, 2018
Physical Modeling of Horizontal and Vertical Tsunami Forces on the Elevated Overland Structure
H Park, DT Cox, S Shin
Journal of Coastal Research 91 (SI), 51-55, 2019
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