Validation of procedures for analysis of liquefaction of sandy soil deposits

Jean-Herve Prevost, C. M. Keane, N. Ohbo, K. Hayashi

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The one-dimensional liquefaction analysis program DYNA1D is based on the three-dimensional multi-surface plasticity theory and required material parameters can be obtained from standard soil tests. In this paper, the basic components of the analysis procedure are presented, together with its validations. Firstly the results of liquefaction experiments using a shaking table and computed results obtained in the simulation of the liquefaction tests by DYNA1D are presented and discussed. Then, DYNA1D is used to simulate the Superstition Hills (California) earthquake of November 24, 1987. Computed and recorded excess pore-water pressure histories are compared and discussed in detail. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)263-276
Number of pages14
JournalUnknown Journal
StatePublished - Jan 1 1991

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Liquefaction
liquefaction
sandy soil
Deposits
Soils
soil test
Plasticity
plasticity
Earthquakes
porewater
earthquake
Water
history
simulation
analysis
experiment
Experiments

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  • Environmental Science(all)
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)

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Prevost, J-H., Keane, C. M., Ohbo, N., & Hayashi, K. (1991). Validation of procedures for analysis of liquefaction of sandy soil deposits. Unknown Journal, 263-276.
Prevost, Jean-Herve ; Keane, C. M. ; Ohbo, N. ; Hayashi, K. / Validation of procedures for analysis of liquefaction of sandy soil deposits. In: Unknown Journal. 1991 ; pp. 263-276.
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Validation of procedures for analysis of liquefaction of sandy soil deposits. / Prevost, Jean-Herve; Keane, C. M.; Ohbo, N.; Hayashi, K.

In: Unknown Journal, 01.01.1991, p. 263-276.

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Prevost J-H, Keane CM, Ohbo N, Hayashi K. Validation of procedures for analysis of liquefaction of sandy soil deposits. Unknown Journal. 1991 Jan 1;263-276.