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Author: Steve Kramer,Raj Siddharthan
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Title: Earthquake-Induced Movements and Seismic Remediation of Existing Foundations and Abutments: Proceedings of Sessions Sponsored by the Soil Dynamics ... Engineers (Geotechnical Special Publication)
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Earthquake-Induced Movements and Seismic Remediation of Existing Foundations and Abutments: Proceedings of Sessions Sponsored by the Soil Dynamics ... Engineers (Geotechnical Special Publication) by Steve Kramer,Raj Siddharthan



Earthquake Induced Movements and Seismic Remediation of Existing Foundations and Abutments : Proceedings of Sessions Sponsored by the Soil Dynamics Committee of the Geotechnical Engineering Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers in Conjunctio. This proceedings, Earthquake-Induced Movements and Seismic Remediation of Existing Foundations and Abutments, contains papers presented at the ASCE Annual Convention and Exposition held in San Diego, California, October 23-27, 1995. With the increased use of displacement-based analysis and design, the evaluation of seismically-induced foundation and abutment movement has become a topic of great interest.

Start by marking Earthquake-Induced Movements and Seismic Remediation of Existing Foundations and Abutments as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This Geotechnical Special Publication contains seven papers on the effects of earthquakes on foundations and abutments. With the increased use of displacement-based analysis and design, the evaluation of seismically induced foundation and abutment moveme Proceedings of sessions at the ASCE Annual Convention and Exposition, held in San Diego, California, October 23-27, 1995.

In addition, remediation of existing foundations for mitigation of seismic hazards has also become a topic of considerable professional interest. American society of CIVIL engineers ASCE library. Earthquake-Induced Movements and Seismic Remediation of Existing Foundations and Abutments. by Steve Kramer, Raj Siddharthan, American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY 978-0-7844-0124-8 (ISBN-13) 0-7844-0124-1 (ISBN-10), 1995, Soft Cover, Pg. vii, 139 22 cm See all papers/chapter. GSP Geotechnical Special Publication (GSP) 55 Conference information: Sessions of ASCE Convention San Diego, California, United States October 23-27, 1995.

55 Earthquake-Induced Movements and Seismic Remediation of Existing Foundations and Abutments. 56 Static and Dynamic Properties of Gravelly Soils. 64 Observation and Modeling in Numerical Analysis and Model Tests in Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction Problems. 65 Dredging and Management of Dredged Material. 66 Grouting: Compaction, Remediation and Testing. 67 Spatial Analysis in Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering. 68 Unsaturated Soil Engineering Practice 69 Ground Improvement, Ground. Reinforcement, Ground Treatment: Developments 1987-1997. 70 Seismic Analysis and Design for Soil-Pile-Structure Interactions.

Earthquake-Induced Movements and Seismic Remediation of Existing Foundations and Abutments, ASCE National Convention, San Diego, California, 139 pp. Boulanger, . Dewoolker, . Gucunski, . Juang, . H. Manzari, . and Pauschke, J. (2005). Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics, Geotechnical Special Publication 133, ASCE. Agency National Science Foundation (NSF). Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT).

SPONSORED BY. The Geo-Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Seismic Remediation of Existing Foundations and Abutments 56 Static and Dynamic Properties of Gravelly Soils 57 Verification of Geotechnical Grouting 58 Uncertainty in the Geologic Environment 59 Engineered Contaminated Soils and Interaction of Soil Geomembranes 60 Analysis and Design of Retaining Structures Against Earthquakes 61 Measuring and Modeling Time Dependent Soil Behavior 62 Case Histories of Geophysics Applied to Civil Engineering and Public.

Geotechnical Engineering Division. Soil Properties Committee. Corporate Name: American Society of Civil Engineers. Committee on Deep Foundations. Meeting Name: ASCE National Convention (1995 :, San Diego, Calif. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Ground Improvement Techniques for Liquefaction Remediation Near Existing Lifelines. National Institute of Standards and Technology Report NISTIR 5714, Gaithersburg, MD, 74 pp. Applied Technology Council (1996). ATC-32: Improved Seismic Design Criteria for California Bridges: Provisional Recommendations, Applied Technology Council, Redwood City, CA, 215 pp. Arulanandan, K. (1996). M. and Liquefaction Remediation of Layered Soil. Technical Report NCEER-92-0007. R. J. A. Computer Program for Earthquake Response of Horizontally Layered Sites.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Contributors provide findings to studies on centrifuge and shake table models.

According to Kramer (2008), the seismic influences of a bridge pile foundation could be dominated by the seismic force rather than any other design factors. Soil-specific constitutive parameters are derived from shearbox and oedometer test data, and are found to significantly outperform existing empirical correlations based on relative density, highlighting the importance of specifying a suitably detailed site investigation.

The evaluation of seismically-induced foundation and abutment movement has become a topic of great interest as geotechnical earthquake engineering moves from force-based to displacement-based analysis and design. In this volume, contributors provide re and case histories of seismically-induced movements of foundations and abutments, as well as research and practice on foundation remediation for mitigation of seismic hazards. Papers examine dynamic soil-pile interaction behavior in submerged sands; examine diverse bridge foundation remediation considerations; model passive earth pressure for bridge abutments; and highlight a longterm test of compaction grouting for liquefaction mitigation.