Structural engineering, Masonry, Unreinforced masonry building, Geotechnical engineering and Flexural strength are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Ductility and Composite material as well as Structural engineering. His Masonry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Brick, Large earthquakes, Mortar, Parapet and Forensic engineering.
His Unreinforced masonry building study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Demolition, Out of plane, Material properties, 2008 California earthquake study and Masonry veneer. His work on Earthquake engineering as part of general Geotechnical engineering study is frequently connected to Analytical expressions, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Flexural strength research focuses on Compressive strength and how it connects with Softening and Curing.
Michael C. Griffith mainly investigates Structural engineering, Unreinforced masonry building, Masonry, Geotechnical engineering and Fibre-reinforced plastic. His research in Structural engineering intersects with topics in Ductility and Composite material. Michael C. Griffith focuses mostly in the field of Unreinforced masonry building, narrowing it down to matters related to Roof and, in some cases, Modal.
Michael C. Griffith works mostly in the field of Masonry, limiting it down to topics relating to Seismic retrofit and, in certain cases, Civil engineering, as a part of the same area of interest. The various areas that Michael C. Griffith examines in his Geotechnical engineering study include STRIPS, Masonry veneer, Cracking and Compressive strength. His studies in Fibre-reinforced plastic integrate themes in fields like Ultimate tensile strength, Failure mode and effects analysis, Reinforced concrete, Retrofitting and Reinforcement.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Structural engineering, Unreinforced masonry building, Masonry, Fibre-reinforced plastic and Geotechnical engineering. In general Structural engineering, his work in Finite element method, Reinforced concrete and Flexural strength is often linked to Numerical analysis and Field linking many areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Out of plane, Seismic assessment, Roof, Pier and Stiffness, which intersect with Unreinforced masonry building.
His Stiffness study combines topics in areas such as STRIPS, Bending and Seismic analysis. His Masonry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Parapet, Earthquake shaking table, Strength of materials and Forensic engineering. His research integrates issues of Ultimate tensile strength, Rc columns and Failure mode and effects analysis in his study of Fibre-reinforced plastic.
His primary areas of study are Structural engineering, Unreinforced masonry building, Masonry, Fibre-reinforced plastic and Stiffness. His study explores the link between Structural engineering and topics such as Ultimate tensile strength that cross with problems in Epoxy, Material properties and Transverse reinforcement. His Unreinforced masonry building study incorporates themes from Lintel, Out of plane and Virtual work.
His study in Masonry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Slip, Residual strength, Stress–strain curve and Rock bolt. His Fibre-reinforced plastic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Failure mode and effects analysis, Reinforcement and Reinforced concrete. His Stiffness research integrates issues from STRIPS, Geotechnical engineering, Overburden and Modal.
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Displacement-based seismic analysis for out-of-plane bending of unreinforced masonry walls
K. Doherty;M. C. Griffith;Nelson T. Lam;John L. Wilson.
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics (2002)
EVALUATION OF OUT-OF-PLANE STABILITY OF UNREINFORCED MASONRY WALLS SUBJECTED TO SEISMIC EXCITATION
Michael C. Griffith;Guido Magenes;Giammichele Melis;Luigino Picchi.
Journal of Earthquake Engineering (2003)
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF UNREINFORCED BRICK MASONRY WALLS IN FLEXURE
Michael Craig Griffith;Nelson T. K. Lam;John Leonard Wilson;Kevin Doherty.
Journal of Structural Engineering-asce (2004)
Cyclic testing of unreinforced masonry walls in two-way bending
Michael C. Griffith;Jerry Vaculik;Nelson T. Lam;John L. Wilson.
Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics (2007)
Performance of masonry buildings and churches in the 22 February 2011 Christchurch earthquake
Dmytro Dizhur;Jason Ingham;Lisa Moon;Mike Griffith.
Bulletin of the New Zealand National Society for Earthquake Engineering (2011)
Performance of Unreinforced Masonry Buildings during the 2010 Darfield (Christchurch, NZ) Earthquake
J Ingham;M Griffith.
Australian Journal of Structural Engineering (2010)
The demise of the URM building stock in Christchurch during the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence
Lisa Moon;Dmytro Dizhur;Ilaria Senaldi;Hossein Derakhshan.
Earthquake Spectra (2014)
Interfacial stress transfer of near surface-mounted FRP-to-concrete joints
M.S. Mohamed Ali;D.J. Oehlers;M.C. Griffith;R. Seracino.
Engineering Structures (2008)
Time–history analysis of URM walls in out-of-plane flexure
Nelson T. Lam;M. C. Griffith;John L. Wilson;K. Doherty.
Engineering Structures (2003)
Review of Out-of-Plane Seismic Assessment Techniques Applied To Existing Masonry Buildings
Luigi Sorrentino;Dina D’Ayala;Gianmarco de Felice;Michael C. Griffith.
International Journal of Architectural Heritage (2016)
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