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Shaking Table Modeling Of Seismically Induced Deformations In Slopes

Mar 30 2001 This paper describes the third of a series of six shaking table experiments conducted as part of ongoing research to evaluate the accuracy and applicability of the Newmark 1965 procedure for computing seismically induced deformation in slopes A cohesive model slope was shaken by two identical test motions in succession mimicking a situation that commonly occurs when a preexisting

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    Shaking table modeling of seismically induced deformations in slopes Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering ASCE 1315 610622

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  • Viewing and Navigation Instructions CUREE
    Viewing and Navigation Instructions CUREE

    Viewing and Navigation Instructions seismicallyinduced ground failure is defined as any earthquakegenerated process that leads to deformations within a soil medium which in turn results in permanent horizontal or vertical Seismicallyinduced landsliding Inertial forces generated by strong shaking of earth slopes

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  • Shaking Table Tests on Sliding Displacements of Loess
    Shaking Table Tests on Sliding Displacements of Loess

    Shaking table tests were performed to investigate whether the coupling effect of rainfall and earthquake induces the loess slope instability The loess slope model was made by using the similarity ratio based on a real slope Artificial rainfall was carried out and then seismic waves were loaded step by step to adopt a large shaking table of 4x22176x2009m

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  • 2008 Keelung Taiwan Evaluation of Seismically
    2008 Keelung Taiwan Evaluation of Seismically

    more realistic than the rigid block model Shake table model tests A springsupported shaking table shown in Fig 2 was utilized to apply vibrations to a model slope made from sand called ModelA here in a rectangular lucite box The model slope was made by airpluviating dry clean Toyoura sand to a prescribed relative density of Dr40 The

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  • Joseph Wartman Google Scholar Citations
    Joseph Wartman Google Scholar Citations

    Shaking table modeling of seismically induced deformations in slopes J Wartman RB Seed JD Bray Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 131 5 610622 2005

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  • NSF Award Search Award0134370 CAREER Physical
    NSF Award Search Award0134370 CAREER Physical

    The research component of this career development plan employs physical models to study seismically induced distributed versus localized deformations in slopes It uses both 1g shaking table and centrifuge physical modeling methods complemented by numerical analyses

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  • Physical Model Study of the Seismic Performance of
    Physical Model Study of the Seismic Performance of

    Physical Model Study of the Seismic Performance of Highway Embankments with and without Geotextile Srilatha N Latha G M and Puttappa C G 2013 Effect of frequency on seismic response of reinforced soil slopes in shaking table J Seed R B and Bray J D 2005 Shaking table modeling of seismically induced

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  • earthquake shaking table model in excel
    earthquake shaking table model in excel

    Sep 12 2011 In order to define slope failure induced by earthquake shaking model slope shaking table tests were conducted in this research Analyses were performed based on the measurements made during the model test and the acceleration time records as well as the ground displacement traced using PIV technique of imagery analysis were used

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  • Influence of strong motion characteristics on permanent
    Influence of strong motion characteristics on permanent

    Landslides triggered by moderate to major earthquakes are a recognized seismic hazard Arias Intensity I a is a key intensity measure of the ground motion but significant duration is widely used to define strong motion duration We calculate Newmarks displacements using earthquake records bracketing a broad range of Arias Intensity and significant duration employing Newmarks rigid

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  • APPLICATION OF GEOSYNTHETICS FOR GROUND
    APPLICATION OF GEOSYNTHETICS FOR GROUND

    Thus in a landfill application seismically induced slip deformations along a bottom geosynthetic liner can result in reduced accelerations transmitted to landfill waste Preliminary shaking table test on smooth high density polyethylene and geotextile showed that this concept of using geosynthetics to

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  • Thermally vs Seismically Induced Block Displacements
    Thermally vs Seismically Induced Block Displacements

    Thermally vs Seismically Induced Block Displacements in Jointed Rock Slopes Field Monitoring and Theoretical Model Y Hatzor Thermally vs seismically induced disaplecements Vajont 1963 2013 Intl Conference October 8 10 2013 Padua Italy Shaking table experiments

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  • Shaking table tests on deformation and failure mechanisms
    Shaking table tests on deformation and failure mechanisms

    The 2008 Wenchuan earthquake in China induced many landslides Gigantic slope failures have attracted serious concerns in engineering practice however small slope failures should also be investigated as they are more common In particular the detailed characteristics of slope failures during earthquakes remain unknown Therefore the present study carried out 1G shaking table tests on a

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  • A Numerical Study of Liquefaction Induced Deformation on
    A Numerical Study of Liquefaction Induced Deformation on

    Nov 16 2010 A partially coupled effective stress analysis is assessed in predicting the seismic performance of a caissontype quay wall Using a nonlinear finite difference program a numerical study of shaking table tests carried out at Tokyo University is performed

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  • 1520 Shaking table tests on deformation and failure
    1520 Shaking table tests on deformation and failure

    undertaken by performing 1G shaking table tests on models of mountain slopes undergoing different intensities and frequencies of shaking 2 Landslide model for shaking table tests 21 Prototype slope Fig 1 illustrates a slope failure of relatively small size that occurred at Tazhiping in

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  • Simulation of earthquakeinduced slope deformation
    Simulation of earthquakeinduced slope deformation

    The strainrate effects on soil strength are considered The developed SPH model is validated against a readily available and welldocumented model slope test on a shaking table The model simulated slope failure mode acceleration response spectra and slope deformations are in excellent agreement with the experimental data

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  • Parametric Study on EarthquakeInduced Slope Deformations
    Parametric Study on EarthquakeInduced Slope Deformations

    Physical model experiments were performed on a I g shaking table with the principal goals of 1 investigating the mechanisms of seismically induced permanent deformations in slopes and 2

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  • Toward the next generation of research on earthquake
    Toward the next generation of research on earthquake

    permanent slope deformations iv variability and uncertainty in input data used in modeling and in slope deformation estimates v amplication and directivity phenomena in the dynamic response of slopes to seismic shaking and vi laboratory tests and modeling of seismically induced landslides

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  • Performance of Small Scale Model Slopes in Shaking
    Performance of Small Scale Model Slopes in Shaking

    shaking table study of slopes Seed and Clough 1963 also used shaking table tests to study the earthquake resistance of sloping core dams Wartman et al 2003 2001 conducted a small scale shaking table test to simulate slope behavior under a 1g gravity field Lin and Wang 2006 used a largescale shaking table test model on sandy slope

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  • THERMALLY VS SEISMICALLY INDUCED BLOCK
    THERMALLY VS SEISMICALLY INDUCED BLOCK

    THERMALLY VS SEISMICALLY INDUCED BLOCK DISPLACEMENTS IN JOINTED ROCK SLOPES Yossef H HATZOR rock slopes DDA shaking table YH HATZOR D BAKUN MAZOR 42 International Conference on Vajont 19632013 Thoughts and analyses after 50 years since the catastrophic landslide Padua Italy 810 October 2013 Model of a block resting

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  • Dynamic response of a dip slope with multislip planes
    Dynamic response of a dip slope with multislip planes

    Apr 23 2018 This study investigated the effect of internal discontinuity on the dynamic response of a dip slope and evaluated the performance of Newmarks theory on the sliding of a dip slope with multislip planes A series of shaking table tests were performed under various geometric conditions to explore the dynamic behavior of a dip slope under different external excitations

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  • shaking mechanism for table
    shaking mechanism for table

    Shaking Table Modeling of Seismically Induced Deformations Physical model experiments were performed on a 1 g shaking table with the principal goals of 1 investigating the mechanisms of seismically induced permanent deformations in slopes and 2 assessing the accuracy and applicability of the Newmark sliding block procedure for estimating

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  • A Modified Newmark Method for Calculating Permanent
    A Modified Newmark Method for Calculating Permanent

    Advances in Civil Engineering 2019 Article Article Sections Shakingtable tests show that the permanent displacement obtained by considering the change of soil strength during the shaking J Wartman R B Seed and J D Bray Shaking table modeling of seismically induced deformations in slopes Journal of Geotechnical and

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  • 75 the use of water in shaking table
    75 the use of water in shaking table

    Shaking table research has provided valuable insight into explained the use of 1 g shaking table tests in understanding 1 4790 175 166 Published in Current Science 2004Authors S K Prasad Ikuo Towhata G P Chandradhara P NanjundaswamyAffiliation University of Tokyo Inquire Now

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  • SEISMIC CONSIDERATIONS Distribution Resiliency in
    SEISMIC CONSIDERATIONS Distribution Resiliency in

    surface ground deformations may be relatively minor Dynamic slope instability landslide in natural and manmade slopes In general seismicallyinduced slope instability is a function of intensity of ground shaking slope geometry heights and inclination and the composition and strength of the earthen materials within the slope

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  • CEDB Database
    CEDB Database

    Newmark Analysis of a Shaking Table Slope Stability Experiment SeismicallyInduced Deformations of Caisson Retaining Walls in Improved Soils Numerical Modeling and Simulation of Coupled Seismic SoilPileStructure Interaction

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  • Assessment of Seismic Slope Stability Using GIS
    Assessment of Seismic Slope Stability Using GIS

    122 Khazai and Sitar Assessment of Seismic Slope Stability Using GIs Modeling pseudostatic slope stability analysis a ground shaking The seismically induced deformations are calculated using the approach originally developed by Newmark 1965 Using a

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  • Jonathan Donald Bray Publications
    Jonathan Donald Bray Publications

    Shaking table modeling of seismically induced deformations in slopes Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 131 610622 DOI 101061ASCE1090024120051315610 076 2005 Sancio RB Bray JD

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  • Shaking Table Experiment of a Model Slope Scholars Mine
    Shaking Table Experiment of a Model Slope Scholars Mine

    Mar 30 2001 This paper describes the third of a series of six shaking table experiments conducted as part of ongoing research to evaluate the accuracy and applicability of the Newmark 1965 procedure for computing seismically induced deformation in slopes A cohesive model slope was shaken by two identical test motions in succession mimicking a situation that commonly occurs when a preexisting

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  • Comparative Analysis of Dynamic Responses of Different
    Comparative Analysis of Dynamic Responses of Different

    Oct 18 2019 Largescale shaking table tests and numerical simulations are performed to analyze the commonality and difference of the seismic responses between two rock tunnel slopes One is a slope with a single tunnel the other is a slope with small spacing tunnel and both have the same slope size and tunnel size Two recorded ground motions with different amplitudes are applied in three directions

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  • Simulation of earthquakeinduced slope deformation using
    Simulation of earthquakeinduced slope deformation using

    The strainrate effects on soil strength are considered The developed SPH model is validated against a readily available and welldocumented model slope test on a shaking table The model simulated slope failure mode acceleration response spectra and slope deformations are in excellent agreement with the experimental data

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