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''TCLEE 2009: Lifeline Earthquake Engineering in a Multihazard Environment'' contains nearly 150 technical papers that were presented at oral breakout and poster sessions, and were peer reviewed and approved by the Technical Program Committee. These papers addressed the following topics: Performance of specific lifeline facilities and systems (electric power, water and wastewater, land and air transportation, seaports, and gas and liquid fuel); Analysis and engineering issues that apply across lifelines (e.g., seismic risk analysis, geotechnical earthquake engineering, lifeline interdependence, sustainable lifelines, and performance of various lifeline facilities subjected to blast, fire, volcano, tsunami and geohazards); Lifeline risk management project and program planning (project funding issues and asset integrity management); Special lifeline research programs (research programs at the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center (PEER) and the MCEER -Earthquake Engineering to Extreme Events (formerly Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research); and, Performance of lifelines during major natural hazard events (Hurricane Katrina, Hayward Fault earthquake, and Wenchuan, China earthquake)
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