Irene Alisjahbana

Irene Alisjahbana
Stanford University | SU · Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Master of Science

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Introduction
I’m a Structural Engineering PhD student in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University. My interest lies in studying earthquakes and how it affects the recovery of a region. Particularly, my research focuses on methods to quantitatively model the housing sector recovery after an earthquake.
Education
January 2019 - June 2022
Stanford University
Field of study
  • Structural Engineering
September 2017 - December 2018
Stanford University
Field of study
  • Structural Engineering
September 2013 - June 2017
University of Indonesia
Field of study
  • Civil Engineering

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Publications (18)
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Post-earthquake housing recovery monitoring is necessary, especially since the housing sector usually represents 50 percent of the total monetary disaster loss. However, very scarce recovery data, in addition to the complexities of the recovery process, make modeling housing recovery very difficult. Time-based stochastic models, which are commonly...
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Past disasters have consistently led to unequal housing recovery for different economic groups, in large part because of the difficulty to obtain funding for low-income groups. Current earthquake recovery models simplify the process of obtaining funding for homeowners to rebuild after earthquakes. Therefore, current models do not fully capture disp...
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School systems are often significantly impacted after disasters, forcing students to transfer to neighboring schools and resulting in worse learning conditions. In this paper, we take an optimization approach to reconstructing schools as soon as possible to improve student well-being. We focus on the scenario in which a central decision-making auth...
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Past disasters have consistently led to unequal housing recovery for different economic groups, in large part, because of the difficulty of obtaining funding for low-income groups. Current earthquake recovery models simplify the financing process for homeowners to rebuild after earthquakes, and in consequence, cannot fully capture disparities in th...
Conference Paper
Distributed energy resources (DERs) are expected to increase the resilience of power systems to natural disasters by introducing multiple power-generation and -storage units in close proximity to users. This paper evaluates the increase in post-disaster power accessibility spurred by the rapid adoption of DERs and the potential deployment of microg...
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Distributed energy resources (DERs) are expected to increase the resilience of power systems to natural disasters by introducing multiple power-generation and-storage units in close proximity to users. This paper evaluates the increase in post-disaster power accessibility spurred by the rapid adoption of DERs and the potential deployment of microgr...
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Orthotropic Levy-type solution plates considering shear deformation were solved by using the Spectral Element Method (SEM). In SEM, the exact solution of structural dynamic related problems can be solved by using the frequency-dependent shape functions. The solutions of SEM are accurate in decreasing the amount of Degree Of Freedoms (DOF) to discar...
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The increase in the number of terrorist attacks have shown that the effect of blast loads, such as the Friedlander blast load on elements of a building structure is a serious matter. Their effects on the structure should be taken into consideration in the design of the structure’s element. The objective of this study is to numerically analyze the b...
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A numerical simulation of a moving vehicle on the rigid roadway pavement with discontinuities is presented in this paper by using the data from one of the toll road segments in Indonesia. The analysis procedure considers the dynamic interaction between the vehicle and the rigid pavement. The rigid roadway pavement is modeled using the Kirchhoff the...
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The exact solution of structural dynamic related problems can be achieved by using the frequency-dependent spectral method. The exact solution is thought to be accurate while reducing the number of degree-of-freedom to resolve the cost and computational drawbacks. This paper investigates the vibrational characteristics of a Levy-type solution of th...
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The dynamic response of pavement plates to a localized Friedlander load based on the three-parameter foundation model with the account of soil inertia is analyzed. The pavement plate is represented by a thin orthotropic plate of finite dimensions, which can rotate and transfer deformation along the contour. The subgrade is simulated with the Paster...
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This paper analyzes the dynamic response of assumedly rigid road pavement under a constant velocity of traffic loads moving on its surface. The model of the rigid road pavement is a damped rectangular orthotropic plate which is supported by an elastic Kerr foundation. Semi-analytical solutions of the dynamic deflection of an orthotropic plate, with...
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Analytical behavior of rectangular plates with semi-rigid boundary conditions under in-plane and lateral dynamic loads of constant thickness resting on the Winkler foundation is analyzed using a modified Bolotin method. The presentation of the semi-rigid isotropic plate’s frequency in a form analogous to the corresponding frequency of a simply supp...
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This paper presents an application of the DKMQ24 element for error estimation using error estimator Z² and various recovery methods such as Averaging (AVR), Projection (PROJ) and Superconvergent Patch Recovery (SPR). The stresses found by using these recovery methods were compared to the reference solution. It was found that the AVR and SPR methods...
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An investigation has been carried out to examine the dynamic behavior of concrete plates subjected to localized blast loading. The concrete plate is modeled as a thin plate with finite dimensions sitting on an elastic three-parameter soil foundation model. The localized blast loading is expressed by using the Dirac Delta function for different valu...
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The dynamic response of various plate structures subject to localized blast load is analyzed. In particular, semi rigid supported orthotropic plates are modeled using the method of modal superposition. The analysis procedure is used to quantify the linear transient response of such plates subject to localized blast loads. Many studies are currently...
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An investigation has been carried out to examine the dynamic behavior of concrete plates subjected to localized blast loading. The concrete plate is modeled as a thin plate with finite dimensions sitting on an elastic three-parameter soil foundation model. The localized blast loading is expressed by using the Dirac Delta function for different valu...

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This project aims to develop comprehensive quantitative models to measure and assess the recovery of building portfolios post-earthquake