shaking table test liquefaction

  • Shaking Table Testing to Evaluate Effectiveness of

    Shaking Table Testing to Evaluate Effectiveness of Prefabricated Vertical Drains for Liquefaction Mitigation Caleb Robert Oakes Brigham Young University Follow this and additional works at:https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/etd Part of

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  • (PDF) Shaking Table Test of Soil Liquefaction in Southern

    758 Shaking Table Test of Soil Liquefaction in Southern Yogyakarta. the excess pore water pressure is not able to decrease the effective soil stress significantl y. Therefore, in these cases

  • SHAKING TABLE TEST OF SOIL LIQUEFACTION IN SOUTHERN

    750 Shaking Table Test of Soil Liquefaction in Southern Yogyakarta second is the experimental test of the soil deposit that underwent primary shaking. For the second experiment, the dynamic loads listed were applied again (secondary shaking) to check the possibility of re-liquefaction.

  • Simulation of seismic liquefaction: 1-g model testing

    relative density on progression of the liquefaction phenomenon is considered by using the subsequent shaking table test results. 2. 1-g model testing system A 1-g model testing system is developed on the one-degree of freedom shake table to test large soil specimens under 1D seismic loading. Shake table is supported by a 1m

  • Experimental Setup for Sand Liquefaction Studies on

    liquefaction susceptibility of Skopje sand, which is planned to be used in the model testing, by a series of triaxial, cyclic tests, and dynamic simple shear test. The results from the so far performed research have provided encouraging and valuable basis for the second phase of the investigations shaking table test on geo models.

  • Shaking Table Tests on Permanent Ground Displacement Due

    Test conditions for all models are shown in Table 1 and Table 2. Shaking motion was applied in one direction parallel to the horizontal axis in Fig.1 at a frequency of 3 Hz and with appropriate accelerations to induce liquefaction after several cycles of shaking. The shaking was finished 10 seconds after liquefaction.

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  • Shaking table tests to investigate the SpringerLink

    Mar 21, 2014· Abstract. This paper presents the shaking table studies to investigate the factors that influence the liquefaction resistance of sand. A uniaxial shaking table with a perspex model container was used for the model tests, and saturated sand beds were prepared using wet pluviation method.

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  • Earthquake Induced Liquefaction Using Shake Table Test

    include mainly direct shear test, triaxial shear test, shake table test. The present paper deals with the one of the laboratory Model tests namely Shake Table test. LITERATURE REVIEW Prasad et al (2004) have developed a manual shake table using laminar box. However, it does not take into account pay load

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  • (PDF) Shaking table tests to investigate the influence of

    This paper presents the shaking table studies to investigate the factors that influence the liquefaction resistance of sand. A uniaxial shaking table with a perspex model container was used for

  • FREE FIELD LIQUEFACTION STUDIES THROUGH SHAKING

    FREE FIELD LIQUEFACTION STUDIES THROUGH SHAKING TABLE TESTS Renjitha Mary Varghese, Research scholar, Indian Institute of Science, [email protected] Madhavi Latha. G, Associate professor, Indian Institute of Science, [email protected]

  • Shaking table tests on shallow foundations over

    Fig. 1 displays the test layout and dimensions of the shaking table and its instrumentation. The shaking table had two 36 mm-thick 200 × 60 cm wood blocks, where upper wood block served as a dock on which a container was placed and the lower wood block served as a fixed support; three 1.2 mm-thick steel plates which each of them were enclosed by four 50 × 50 × 5 mm angle beams.

  • Centrifuge shaking table tests on 4 × 4 pile groups in

    Jul 11, 2018· Abstract. A series of centrifuge shaking table model tests are conducted on 4 × 4 pile groups in liquefiable ground in this study, achieving horizontal–vertical bidirectional shaking in centrifuge tests on piles for the first time.

  • Liquefaction Investigation On Sea Walls By Shaking Table Tests

    Test box and shaking table: Fakher A. for submitting the research paper of “Liquefaction Investigation On Sea Walls By Shaking Table Tests” to us. We are hopeful that this will be of great significance to all those who are willing to understand and know more about the impact of Liquefaction

  • SOME IMPORTANT ASPECTS IN EXPERIMENTAL SETUP

    SOME IMPORTANT ASPECTS IN EXPERIMENTAL SETUP FOR LIQUEFACTION STUDIES ON SHAKING TABLE TESTS . Julijana BOJADJIEVA. 1,Vlatko SESOV2, Kemal EDIP3, and Igor GJORGIEV 4. ABSTRACT Shaking table tests for investigating the liquefaction phenomena are planned to be performed on a

  • LIQUEFACTION SHAKING TABLE TESTS FOR SANDY

    not occur. With a two-dimensional direct non-linear liquefaction program using effective stress analysis, it was possible to reproduce the measurement results obtained in the shaking table tests. Key Words: liquefaction, sandy ground, embankment, shaking table test, two-dimensional effective

  • Shaking table test on the seismic failure characteristics

    In order to investigate the seismic failure characteristics of a structure on the liquefiable ground, a series of shaking table tests were conducted based on a plaster model of a three‐story and three‐span subway station. The dynamic responses of the structure and ground soil under main shock and aftershock ground motions were studied.

  • Centrifuge shaking table tests on effect of vertical drain

    The centrifugal shaking table tests was performed in which liquefiable soil models treated via vertical drain of geosynthetic material and sand pile system as countermeasures to illustrate the behaviors that are important for predicting the performance of treated site.

  • Evaluation of reliquefaction resistance using shaking

    Cases of modern and prehistoric liquefaction illustrate that sand deposits can be liquefied again (or “reliquefied”) by a subsequent earthquake after initially liquefying during seismic shaking. In order to test the validity of two postulates regarding reliquefaction mechanisms and to examine the role of gradational characteristics on

  • Evaluation of reliquefaction resistance using shaking

    TY JOUR. T1 Evaluation of reliquefaction resistance using shaking table tests. AU Ha, Ik Soo. AU Olson, Scott Michael. AU Seo, Min Woo

  • STUDY AND ANALYSIS ON SHAKING TABLE TESTS OF

    LIQUEFACTION Peizhen Li TP 1 PT, Xilin Lu TP 2 PT and Yueqing Chen TP 3 PT ABSTRACT Shaking table model tests and analysis on soil-structure interaction system with liquefaction soil are described in this paper. A flexible container is fabricated to minimize the box effect. Pile foundation is used in the test.

  • Shaking Table Test on the Improvement Dimension of

    Kobayashi, Masakazu, Zen, Kouki, Chen, Guangqi, Kasama, Kiyonobu, and Hayashi, Kentaro. "Shaking Table Test on the Improvement Dimension of Permeable Grouting Method for Liquefaction Countermeasure." Proceedings of the ASME 2009 28th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering.

  • Evaluation of reliquefaction resistance using shaking

    TY JOUR. T1 Evaluation of reliquefaction resistance using shaking table tests. AU Ha, Ik Soo. AU Olson, Scott Michael. AU Seo, Min Woo

  • STUDY AND ANALYSIS ON SHAKING TABLE TESTS OF

    LIQUEFACTION Peizhen Li TP 1 PT, Xilin Lu TP 2 PT and Yueqing Chen TP 3 PT ABSTRACT Shaking table model tests and analysis on soil-structure interaction system with liquefaction soil are described in this paper. A flexible container is fabricated to minimize the box effect. Pile foundation is used in the test.

  • Shaking Table Tests on a Deformation Mitigation Method for

    Small scale shaking table tests in a 1-g gravity field were carried out to evaluate the effectiveness of deformation mitigation method for road embankment during liquefaction by using gyosynthetics sandwiched between gravel.

  • Experimental Liquefaction Study of Southern Yogyakarta

    using dynamic test, such as shaking table test, is conducted to study liquefaction in detail and to obtain a deeper understanding. A shaking table in liquefaction study is the equipment that can model the motion of dynamic force (peak ground acceleration

  • A Study on Dewatering Effect as a Liquefaction

    measure against liquefaction for future earthquakes. The examination includes construction of a subsurface soil model of the affected area, centrifuge shaking table tests of -soil models, structure numerical simulation of test results, numerical evaluation of the target site for which dewatering is

  • Experimental study on mitigation of liquefaction-induced

    Furthermore, test results also show that there is a decrease in the differential settlement between loose sand and dense sand conditions, around 62%. Keywords: Liquefaction, Vertical displacement, Differential settlement, Relative density, Gravel, Geosynthetics, Shaking table test Background Liquefaction is one of the phenomena which occur in the

  • PORE PRESSURE GENERATION IN SATURATED SAND

    PORE PRESSURE GENERATION IN SATURATED SAND INDUCED BY ONE- AND TWO-DIMENSIONAL SHAKINGS Tzou-Shin Ueng 1 and Che-An Lee 2 ABSTRACT The test data obtained from shaking table tests at the National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering were processed and analyzed to study the effect of one- and two-dimensional shakings on soil liquefaction.

  • Shaking Table System for Geotechnical Centrifuge

    The shaking table system for geotechnical centrifuge, which can simulate sinusoidal and real seismic waves under a centrifugal force of 50 times earth gravity, is capable of providing significant data for the seismic design of structures. The shaking table can accommodate test specimens up to 250kg under 50G condition, so it can be used to

  • Liquefaction Triggering Criterion Using Shake Table Test

    out to establish an unique criterion for initiation of liquefaction for shake table test, which best delineate with the initialization of liquefaction in clean uniform sand. It is observed that for the clean sand tested in shake table test liquefaction is observed to trigger at pore

  • Some Important Aspects of Physical Modelling of

    Physical modeling of liquefaction in 1-g shaking table and dynamic centrifuge test become very popular to simulate the ground behavior during earthquake motion. 1-g shaking table tests require scaled down model ground which can be prepared in three methods; water sedimentation, moist tamping and dry deposition method.

  • Liquefaction of Saturated Sands During Cyclic Loading

    Liquefaction of Saturated Sands During Cyclic Loading. Liquefaction of saturated sands was studied by means of pulsating loading triaxial tests on isotropically consolidated undrained laboratory samples. An analysis indicates that this type of test can be made to simulate idealized loading conditions on elements of soil in the field during earthquakes.

  • Simulation of seismic liquefaction: 1-g model testing

    Simulation of seismic liquefaction: 1-g model testing system and shaking table tests Those shake table test results and the numerical simulations of the box and the soil indicate that the usefulness of the laminar box system for shaking table tests is satisfactory for dynamic model tests in 1-g gravity.

  • A Large Biaxial Shear Box for Shaking Table Test on

    A Large Biaxial Shear Box for Shaking Table Test on Saturated Sand ABSTRACT: A large flexible laminar shear box was developed for the study of the behavior of saturated sand, especially liquefaction, and soil-structure interactions under two-dimensional earthquake shaking on a shaking table at the National Center for Research on Earthquake Engi-