is an open-source software
for seismic hazard and risk assessment
It runs on Linux, macOS and Windows, on laptops, workstations, standalone servers and multi-node clusters. DOI: 10.13117/openquake.engine
The OpenQuake online training is designed for an audience with a diverse background and expertise. Participants will learn the main concepts of earthquake risk assessment, along with the basic features of the engine.
The training activities have been tailored for beginner users, and are divided into four modules that cover different types of calculations using the OpenQuake-engine.
Each module is approached from a technical and practical perspective. It includes a theoretical introduction, followed by step-by-step examples that help to consolidate the concepts, as well as exploring the OpenQuake tools for each type of calculation.
An overview of the OpenQuake-engine hazard calculators and outputs
Classical Probabilistic Seismic Hazard
Hazard curves, hazard maps, uniform hazard spectra (UHS), disaggregation
Stochastic earthquake event sets and ground motion fields, hazard curves, hazard maps
Single event - stochastically generated ground motion fields
PHYSICAL SEISMIC RISK
An overview of the OpenQuake-engine risk calculators and outputs
Classical PSHA-based risk:
Asset-specific loss exceedance curves, average annual loss, loss maps, building typology disaggregation
Event loss tables, loss exceedance curves - asset specific and aggregated-, average annual loss, loss maps, loss disaggregation
Loss statistics, loss maps
Collapse maps, damage distribution per asset and building typology
Introduction to the OpenQuake-engine calculators and demo examples
Generate ground motion fields (GMFs), damage and loss maps and statistics due to earthquake scenarios in OpenQuake
Explore basic concepts of the Classic Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment (PSHA) and its outputs in OpenQuake:
Hazard curves, hazard maps, uniform hazard spectra (UHS), seismic disaggregation
earthquake catalogues, event loss tables and loss excedance curves, with a wide spectrum of uncertainties in OpenQuake