by Shah Vahdani, John Egan, Robert Pyke, Chih-Cheng Ching, Tom LaBasco, and Tom Griswold.
Presented by Erik Soderberg at the Ports 2007 Conference.
This presentation discusses the findings of a seismic capacity study of a recently designed and constructed wharf (Berth 59) at the Port of Oakland (Port).
This study was conducted to evaluate the reserved capacity of the wharf to resist structural collapse during a major seismic event in the Bay Area, California. The wharf was designed according to the Port’s seismic design requirements.