Michel Bruneau

PhD

Michel Bruneau.

Michel Bruneau

PhD

Michel Bruneau

PhD

Research Topics

Earthquake resistant design; blast resistant design; multi-hazard engineering; dynamic response of structures; seismic evaluation and retrofit of steel bridges and steel buildings; seismic evaluation and retrofit of unreinforced masonry buildings; ultimate behavior of steel, metal and advanced composite structures; behavior of guyed-towers, cable structures, long-span and tall structures

Education Publications Teaching Research Honors and Awards

Current and recent projects

  • Achieving Resilient Multi-Span Bridges by using Buckling-Restrained Braces
  • R-Factor for Coupled Plate Shear Walls - Concrete Filled (Coupled-C-PSW/CF)
  • Seismic and Wind Behavior and Design of Coupled CF-CPSW Core Walls for Steel Buildings
  • Contribution of Steel Casing to Single Shaft Foundation Structural Resistance
  • Bidirectional-Ductile End Diaphragms for Seismic Performance and Substructure Protection.
  • Resilient Bridges: Replaceable Structural Fuses for Post-Earthquake Accelerated Bridge Construction/Repair under Continued Service
  • Concrete-Filled Steel Plate Sandwich Walls
  • Development and Validation of Multi-Hazard Bridge Pier Concepts
  • NEESR-SG: Smart and Resilient Steel Walls for reducing Earthquake Impacts
  • Columns Demands in Seismic-Resistant Steel Structures
  • Fire Resistance of Earthquake-Damaged Double-skin Concrete Filled Steel Tube Columns
  • Effect of Seismic Duration on Steel Plate Shear Walls