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Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering : Simplified Analyses with Case Studies and Examples :  Simplified Analyses with Case Studies and Examples - Milutin Srbulov

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering : Simplified Analyses with Case Studies and Examples

Simplified Analyses with Case Studies and Examples

Book with Other Items Published: November 2008
ISBN: 9781402086830
Number Of Pages: 244

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... "Included on the Choice list with the outstanding academic Earth Sciences titles 2008" ...This volume describes simplified dynamic analyses that bridge the gap between the rather limited provisions of design codes and the rather eclectic methods used in sophisticated analyses. Graphs and spreadsheets are included for the ease and speed of use of simplified analyses of:soil slope (in)stability and displacements caused by earthquakes,sand liquefaction and flow caused by earthquakes,dynamic soil-foundation interaction,bearing capacity and additional settlement of shallow foundations,earthquake motion effects on tunnels and shafts,frequent liquefaction potential mitigation measures.A number of comments on the assumptions used in different methods, limitation and factors affecting the results are given. Several case histories are also included in the appendices in order to assess the accuracy and usefulness of the simplified methods.AudienceThis work is of interest to geotechnical engineers, engineering geologists, earthquake engineers and students.CD-Rom includedIncluded is a CD-ROM containing Microsoft Excel Work Books with the input data and results for the case studies and examples considered in the monograph.

Well Known Simplified Modelsp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Source Models of Energy Release by Tectonic Faultp. 1
A Simplified Point-Source Modelp. 1
An Alternative, Planar Source Modelp. 4
Case Study Comparisons of the Point and Planar Source Modelsp. 5
Sliding Block Model of Co-Seismic Permanent Slope Displacementp. 6
Newmark's (1965) Sliding Block Modelp. 6
Comments on Newmarks's (1965) Sliding Block Modelp. 7
Single Degree of Freedom Oscillator for Vibration of a Structure on Rigid Basep. 10
Description of the Modelp. 10
Comments on the Modelp. 11
Summaryp. 12
Soil Propertiesp. 13
Introductionp. 13
Cyclic Shear Stiffness and Material Dampingp. 14
Shear Stiffness and Damping Ratio Dependence on Shear Strainp. 16
Static Shear Strengths of Soilsp. 18
Cyclic Shear Strengths of Soilsp. 20
The Equivalent Number of Cycles Conceptp. 23
An Example of Equivalent Harmonic Time Historiesp. 25
Water Permeability and Volumetric Compressibilityp. 26
Summaryp. 28
Seismic Excitationp. 29
Introductionp. 29
Seismic Hazardp. 29
Types of Earthquake Magnitudesp. 30
Types of Source-to-Site Distancesp. 31
Types of Earthquake Recurrence Ratesp. 31
Representations of Seismic Hazardp. 32
Sources of Earthquake Datap. 39
Factors Affecting Seismic Hazardp. 41
Earthquake Source and Wave Path Effectsp. 41
Sediment Basin Edge and Depth Effectsp. 45
Local Soil Layers Effectp. 54
Topographic Effectp. 57
Space and Time Clustering (and Seismic Gaps)p. 58
Short Term Seismic Hazard Assessmentp. 60
Historic and Instrumental Seismic Data Basedp. 60
Observational Methodp. 62
Long Term Seismic Hazard Assessmentp. 65
Tectonic Data Basedp. 65
Paleoseismic Data Basedp. 67
Summaryp. 70
Slope Stability and Displacementp. 73
Introductionp. 73
Slope Stabilityp. 73
Limit Equilibrium Method for Two-Dimensional Analysis by Prismatic Wedgesp. 74
Single Tetrahedral Wedge for Three-Dimensional Analysis of Translational Stabilityp. 84
Shear Beam Model for Reversible Displacement Analysisp. 86
Two-Dimensional Analysisp. 86
Three-Dimensional Effectp. 88
Sliding Block Models for Permanent Displacement Analysisp. 89
Co-Seismic Stagep. 89
Post-Seismic Stagep. 94
Bouncing Ball Model of Rock Fallp. 99
Case Study of Bedrina 1 Rock Fall in Switzerlandp. 103
Case Study of Shima Rock Fall in Japanp. 105
Case Study of Futamata Rock Fall in Japanp. 106
Simplified Model for Soil and Rock Avalanches, Debris Run-Out and Fast Spreads Analysisp. 107
Equation of Motionp. 108
Mass Balancep. 110
Energy Balancep. 111
Summaryp. 117
Sand Liquefaction and Flowp. 119
Introductionp. 119
Conventional Empirical Methodsp. 120
Liquefaction Potential Assessmentp. 120
Flow Considerationp. 122
Rotating Cylinder Model for Liquefaction Potential Analysis of Slopesp. 123
Model for Clean Sandp. 123
Model for Sand with Finesp. 126
Rolling Cylinder Model for Analysis of Flow Failuresp. 135
Model for Clean Sandp. 135
Model for Sand with Finesp. 136
Summaryp. 139
Dynamic Soil - Foundation Interactionp. 141
Introductionp. 141
Advanced and Empirical Methodsp. 142
Numerical Methods, Centrifuge and Shaking Table Testingp. 142
System Identification Procedurep. 142
Discrete Element Modelsp. 143
Lumped Mass Model Formulap. 143
Closed Form Solution in Timep. 150
Time Stepping Procedurep. 156
Single Degree of Freedom Oscillator on Flexible Base for Piled Foundations and Flexural Retaining Wallsp. 168
Ground Motion Averaging for Kinematic Interaction Effect Considerationp. 170
Acceleration Response Spectra Ratios for Inertial Interaction Effect Considerationp. 172
Summaryp. 185
Bearing Capacity And Additional Settlement of Shallow Foundationp. 187
Introductionp. 187
Bearing Capacity: Pseudo-Static Approachesp. 187
Bearing Capacity: Effects of Sub-Surface Liquefactionp. 188
Bearing Capacity: Effects of Structural Inertia and Eccentricity of Loadp. 189
An Example of Calculation of Bearing Capacity of Shallow Foundation in Seismic Conditionp. 190
Additional Settlement in Granular soilsp. 191
Examples of Estimation of Additional Settlement Caused by Sand Liquefactionp. 192
Summaryp. 193
Seismic Wave Propagation Effect on Tunnels and Shaftsp. 195
Introductionp. 195
Wave Propagation Effect on Cut and Cover Tunnels and Shaftsp. 195
Case Study of the Daikai Station Failure in 1995p. 196
Case Study of a Ten Story Building in Mexico Cityp. 199
Wave Refraction Effect on Deep Tunnels and Shaftsp. 201
Summaryp. 202
Comments on Some Frequent Liquefaction Potential Mitigation Measuresp. 203
Introductionp. 203
Stone Columnsp. 203
Soil Mixingp. 204
Excess Water Pressure Relief Wellsp. 205
An Example for Pressure Relief Wellsp. 208
Summaryp. 208
Microsoft Excel Workbooks on Compact Diskp. 211
Coordinates of Earthquake Hypocentre and Site-to-Epicentre Distancep. 211
Limit Equilibrium Method for Northolt Slope Stabilityp. 212
Single Wedge for Three-Dimensional Slope Stabilityp. 214
Co-Seismic Sliding Blockp. 215
Post-Seismic Sliding Blocks for Maidipo Slip in Frictional Soilp. 215
Post-Seismic Sliding Blocks for Catak Slip in Cohesive Soilp. 216
Bouncing Block Model of Rock Fallsp. 216
Simplified Model for Soil and Rock Avalanches, Debris Run-Out and Fast Spreadsp. 216
Closed-Form Solution for Gravity Wallsp. 219
Time Stepping Procedure for Kobe Wallp. 219
Time Stepping Procedure for Kalamata Wallp. 219
Accelerogram Averaging and Acceleration Response Spectrap. 219
Bearing Capacity of Shallow Foundationp. 223
Excess Pore Water Pressure Dissipationp. 223
Referencesp. 225
Indexp. 241
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ISBN: 9781402086830
ISBN-10: 1402086830
Series: Geotechnical, Geological and Earthquake Engineering
Audience: General
Format: Book with Other Items
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 244
Published: November 2008
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.62 x 15.75  x 1.52
Weight (kg): 0.61

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