Risk Modeller's Toolkit (RMTK)
This is the web repository of the Risk Modeller's Toolkit (RMTK). The RMTK is a suite of tools developed by scientists working at the Global Earthquake Model (GEM) Foundation. The main purpose of the RMTK is to provide a suite of tools for the creation of seismic fragility and vulnerability models.
The toolkit contains the following functionalities for constructing seismic risk input models (please refer to the documentation and tutorial for more information):
Capacity Curve Modelling Methods:
- ''DBELA'' method
- ''SP-BELA'' method
- Point Dispersion method
MDOF → Equivalent SDOF Conversion Methods:
- First mode approximation (Eurocode 8, 2004)
- Adaptive approach (Casarotti and Pinho, 2007)
Direct Nonlinear Static Methods:
- ''R–μ–T'' relation (Dolšek and Fajfar, 2004)
- ''SPO2IDA'' (Vamvatsikos and Cornell, 2006)
- ''Cʀ–μ–T'' (Ruiz-García and Miranda, 2007)
Record Based Nonlinear Static Methods:
- Vidic and Fajfar (1994)
- Lin and Miranda 2008
- Miranda (2000) for firm soils
- ''N2'' method (Eurocode 8, 2004)
- Capacity spectrum method (FEMA, 2005)
- ''DBELA'' method (Silva et al., 2013)
Nonlinear Time-History Analysis of SDOF Oscillators
The main dependencies of the toolkit are the following:
For the libraries part of the OpenQuake suite the reader can refer to: http://github.com/gem
The Risk Modeller's Toolkit (RMTK) is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
Copyright © 2014-2017, GEM Foundation, Chiara Casotto, Anirudh Rao, Vitor Silva, Mabé Villar.
The software Risk Modeller's Toolkit (RMTK) provided herein is released as a prototype implementation on behalf of scientists and engineers working within the Global Earthquake Model (GEM) Foundation.
It is distributed for the purpose of open collaboration and in the hope that it will be useful to the scientific, engineering, disaster risk and software design communities.
The software is NOT distributed as part of GEM’s OpenQuake suite (http://www.globalquakemodel.org/openquake) and must be considered as a separate entity. The software provided herein is designed and implemented by scientific staff. It is not developed to the design standards, nor subject to same level of critical review by professional software developers, as GEM’s OpenQuake software suite.
Feedback and contribution to the software is welcome, and can be directed to the risk scientific staff of the GEM Model Facility (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Risk Modeller's Toolkit (RMTK) is therefore distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
The GEM Foundation, and the authors of the software, assume no liability for use of the software.