Shiling Pei

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Shiling Pei, PhD, Assistant Professor

CONTACT INFO

Shiling Pei, PhD
Colorado School of Mines
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Golden, CO 80401 USA
Tel: (303) 273-3932
Fax: (303) 273-3413
Email: spei@mines.edu

EDUCATION

  • PhD, Civil Engineering, Colorado State University, December, 2007.
  • BS, Civil Engineering, Southwest Jiaotong University, China, June, 2000.

RESEARCH

  • Mechanistic models and non-linear structural dynamics
  • Hazard mitigation and resilient infrastructure system
  • Traditional and innovative timber systems
  • Large scale dynamic testing and monitoring
  • Performance-based engineering
  • Structural reliability
  • Earthquake induced loss analysis

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Raymond C. Reese Research Prize, ASCE, 2012.
  • EXCEED (Excellence in Civil Engineering Education) Teaching Fellowship, ASCE, 2012.
  • Outstanding Reviewer for ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 2012.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

S. Pei, M. Popovski, and J.W. van de Lindt “Analytical study on seismic force modification factors for cross laminated timber buildings for NBCC” Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Accepted.

S. Pei, J.W. van de Lindt, and M. Popovski “Approximate R-Factor for Cross Laminated Timber Walls in Multi-story Buildings” Journal of Architectural Engineering, In Press.

S. Pei , J.W. van de Lindt , N. Wehbe , and H. Liu (2013) “Experimental study of collapse limits for wood frame shear walls” Journal of Structural Engineering, 139(9): 1489-1497

J.W. van de Lindt, S. Pei, T. Dao, A. Graettinger, D.O. Prevatt, R. Gupta, and W. Coulbourne (2013) “A Dual-objective-based tornado design philosophy” Journal of Structural Engineering, 139(2): 251-263

K. Lucksiri, T. H. Miller, R. Gupta, S. Pei, J.W. van de Lindt (2012)“A procedure for rapid visual screening for seismic safety of wood-frame dwellings with plan irregularity” Engineering Structures, 36, 351-359.

J.W. van de Lindt, S. Pei, W.C. Pang, and M. Hassansadeh (2012) “Collapse testing and analysis of a light-frame wood garage wall” Journal of Structural Engineering, 138(4): 492-501.

S. Pei and J.W. van de Lindt. (2011) “Seismic Numerical modeling of a six-story light-frame wood building: Comparison with experiments” Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 15(6): 924-941.

J.W. van de Lindt, S. Pei, S.E. Pryor, H. Shimizu, and H. Isoda. (2010) “Experimental seismic response of a full-scale six-story light-frame wood building” ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 136(10): 1262-1272.

S. Pei, J.W. van de Lindt, and C.Ni. (2010) “Experimental seismic behavior of a five-story double-midply wood shear wall in a full scale building”, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering. 37(9): 1261-1269.

S. Pei and J.W. van de Lindt. (2010) “Influence of structural properties and hazard level on seismic loss estimation for light-frame wood structures”, Engineering Structures. 32(8): 2183-2191.

G. Black, R.A. Davidson, S. Pei, and J.W. van de Lindt (2010) “Empirical loss analysis to support definition of seismic performance objectives for woodframe buildings”, Structural Safety, 32: 209-219.

J.W. van de Lindt, S. Pei, W.C. Pang, and D.V. Rosowsky (2010) “IDA comparison of an IBC-designed and DDD six-story light-frame wood building” ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities (technical note), 25(2): 138-142.

J.W. van de Lindt, S. Pei, H. Liu, and A. Filiatrault. (2010) “Three-Dimensional Seismic Response of a Full-Scale Light-Frame Wood Building: Numerical Study”, ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering. 136(1): 56-65.

S. Pei and J.W. van de Lindt. (2009). “Coupled shear-bending formulation for seismic analysis of stacked wood shear wall systems” Earthquake Eng. and Structural Dynamics, 38 (14): 1631-1647.

S. Pei and J.W. van de Lindt. (2009) “Systematic seismic design for manageable loss in woodframe buildings”, Earthquake Spectra, 25(4), 851-868.

S. Pei, and J.W. van de Lindt. (2009). “Methodology for earthquake-induced loss estimation: An application to woodframe buildings.” Structural Safety, 31(1), 31-42.
 


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