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Joplin testbed

Created Aug 5, 2020 (00:00) by Jong Lee

Resilience. The EF-5 tornado that struck the city of Joplin, Missouri, on May 22, 2011, was the deadliest, costliest, and most intense single tornado in US history in 60 years. The structural damage of Joplin tornado was widely studied by researchers using empirical approaches and/or numerical simulation since 2011. As a typical North America small to medium size community, Joplin was selected as a testbed by researchers at the Center of Excellence for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning to test the developed methodologies and algorithms related to community resilience assessment. Understanding how to conduct a community-level resilience assessment is crucial for researchers and public decision-makers to enable them to explore strategies for risk mitigation and resilience enhancement. [Wang. W(L)., van de Lindt, J.W., Rosenheim, N., Cutler, H., Hartman, B., Lee, J-S, and Calderon, D. (2020). “Effect of Residential Building Wind-Retrofit Strategies on Social and Economic Community Resilience Metrics”. Journal of Infrastructure Systems, In Review]