I demystify structural/earthquake engineering concepts to facilitate better decisions by engineering practitioners and stakeholders.
Qualifications & Memberships
Research interests include steel structures, reinforced concrete structures, composite structures, earthquake engineering, regularity, probabilistic evaluation of structures, effect of ground motion type on behaviour, and communicating risk.
- Ballantyne D., Bartoletti S., Chang S., Graff B., MacRae G., Meszaros J., Pearce I., Pierepiekarz M., Preuss J. and Stewart M. (2005) Scenario for a Magnitude 6.7 Earthquake on the Seattle Fault [EF-2005-01]. Oakland: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. 170-170.
- MacRae GA. and Lehman D. (2001) Chapter 4, 'Buildings'. In Group NEC; Washington UO (Ed.), The Nisqually, Washington, Earthquake, February 28, 2001 Preliminary Reconnaissance Report: 5. Seattle: Earthquake Engineering Research Institute.
- Roeder CW. and MacRae GA. (1997) Chapter 10: Steel Structures. In Beskos DE; Anagnostopoulos SA (Ed.), Computer Analysis and Design of Earthquake-Resistant Structures: 533-561. Southampton: Computational Mechanics Publications.
- Kawashima K., MacRae GA., Hasegawa K., Ikeuchi T. and Oshima K. (1992) Ductility of Steel Bridge Piers from Dynamic Loading Tests. In Fukumoto Y; Lee G (Ed.), Stability and Ductility of Steel Structures under Cyclic Loading: 149-162. Boca Raton: CRC Press Inc..
- MacRae GA. and Kawashima K. (1992) Estimation of the Deformation Capacity of Steel Bridge Piers. In Fukumoto Y; Lee G (Ed.), Stability and Ductility of Steel Structures under Cyclic Loading: 335-349. Boca Raton: CRC Press Inc..