Ayhan Irfanoglu

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In this application paper, we describe the efforts of a multidisciplinary team towards producing a visualization of the September 11 Attack on the North Tower of New York's World Trade Center. The visualization was designed to meet two requirements. First, the visualization had to depict the impact with high fidelity, by closely following the laws of(More)
Figure 1. Simulation integrated into lower Figure 2. Impact visualization from outside the building. Right image highlights core Manhattan scene using Google Earth. column damage by rendering all other elements with transparent materials. Figure 3. Region between fapade and building core, during (lefi) and after (right) impact. Figure 4. Visualization of(More)
The US Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) operates a shared network of civil engineering experimental facilities aimed at facilitating research on mitigating earthquake damage and loss of life. The NEEShub gateway was created in response to the NEES community's needs, combining data, simulation, and analysis functionality with(More)
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