WTC 7 Evaluation is a study at the University of Alaska Fairbanks using finite element modeling to evaluate the possible causes of World Trade Center Building 7's collapse. Visit http://ine.uaf.edu/projects/wtc7/ to view the most recent information about the study.

A draft report of the study will be released in October or November 2017 and will be open for public comment for a six-week period, allowing for input from the public and the engineering community. A final report will then be published in early 2018.


  WTC 7 Evaluation is a two-year study by Dr. J Leroy Hulsey, Chair of UAF's Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, and two Ph.D. research assistants. It is being crowd-funded through the nonprofit organization Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. BE A PART of this historic undertaking by making a donation toward the study. Learn More →

 

WTC 7 Evaluation is a two-year study by Dr. J Leroy Hulsey, Chair of UAF's Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, and two Ph.D. research assistants. It is being crowd-funded through the nonprofit organization Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.

BE A PART of this historic undertaking by making a donation toward the study.

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  WTC 7 Evaluation is a completely open and transparent study. A draft report will be released in the fall of 2017 along with all data related to the study, and there will be a six-week public comment period. SIGN UP for the newsletter if you wish to receive announcements when new research material is added to the website. Learn More →

 

WTC 7 Evaluation is a completely open and transparent study. A draft report will be released in the fall of 2017 along with all data related to the study, and there will be a six-week public comment period.

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WTC 7 Evaluation has a review committee of technical experts whose purpose is to vet the research as it is being conducted by Dr. Hulsey. They welcome input and feedback from other technical experts as well as from members of the general public.

REGISTER to become an approved participant in the study so you can provide technical input or feedback that can help the researchers.

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