OpenSeesPL is developed by Drs. Jinchi Lu, Ahmed Elgamal, and Zhaohui Yang.
OpenSees (currently ver. 2.4.0 is employed) is a software framework for developing applications to simulate the performance of structural and geotechnical systems subjected to earthquakes. For more information, visit http://opensees.berkeley.edu/.
The OpenSees geotechnical simulation capabilities were developed by Dr. Zhaohui Yang and Dr. Ahmed Elgamal. For more information, please visit http://soilquake.net/opensees/.
For questions or remarks about OpenSeesPL, please send email to Dr. Jinchi Lu (jinlu AT ucsd DOT edu), or Dr. Ahmed Elgamal (elgamal AT ucsd DOT edu).
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