Grooved performance in seismic conditions was found to be excellent in a seismic swing joint tested as part of Leigh University's ATLSS Lab In addition, research carried out by Lehigh University's ATLSS Lab (Advanced Technology of Large Structural Systems), a member of the Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation, has found performance of grooved couplings in seismic conditions to be excellent.
What does NEES stand for?
NEES stands for Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (National Science Foundation)
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- New England Equine Rescues (nonprofit)
- Nominal Effective Exchange Rate
- Nuclear Engineering Education Research
- National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (Nagpur, India)
- New England Electric Resources, Inc. (New England Electric System)
- Nominal Effective Exchange Rate Index (various locations)
- New England Educational Research Organization (New Hampshire)
- North-East Emergency Reconstruction Programme (Sri Lanka)
- New England Estuarine Research Society
- National Electric Energy System (Iowa State University of Science and Technology; Ames, IA)
- New England Ecotourism Society (Australia)
- New England Electric System (electric power company)
- Non-ECTD (Electronic Common Technical Document) Electronic Submission (biotech health care)
- Normalized Estimation Error Squared
- Naval Energy & Environmental Support Activity
- Netherlands Environmental Earth System Dynamics (environmental research initiative)
- Netherlands Environmental Earth System Dynamics Initiative
- Northern Eurasia Earth Science Partnership Initiative
- Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation Research
- National Eligibility and Entrance Test (Indian entrance examination)
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Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation Laboratory, which is located in the University of Buffalo's Ketter Hall.
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