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Earthquake Engineering

Earthquake engineering is defined as the scientific branch devoted to the protection of society from earthquake hazards. More specifically earthquake engineering is defined as the behavior study of structures and geostructures during and after an earthquake. Geotechpedia provides a plethora of papers concerning earthquake engineering.

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<p>Although numerous studies have been conducted, a recommended practice for incorporation of earthquake loading into the geotechnical design considerations for subsea structures such as wells, manifolds, and PLETs, and pipelines is not consistent. Industry ...
Reference: This paper was prepared for presentation at the Offshore Technology Conference held in Houston, Texas, USA, 2–5 May 2016
<p>During earthquake there is a considerable damage to structures which are above the ground level as well as to those structures which are completely underground. Several studies were carried out for analysing dynamic behavior of these structures. The underground ...
Reference: International Journal of Engineering Research, Volume No.5, Issue Special 1, pp : 116-119
<p>Thin coastal dykes typically found in developing countries may suddenly collapse due to rapid land subsidence, material ageing, sea-level rise, high wave attack, earthquakes, landslides, or a collision with vessels. Such a failure could trigger dam-break ...
Reference: Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 16, 1629–1638, 2016
<p>Here we search for dynamically triggered earthquakes in Canada following global main shocks between 2004 and 2014 with MS &gt; 6, depth &lt; 100 km, and estimated peak ground velocity &gt; 0.2 cm/s. We use the Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) earthquake ...
Reference: Geophysical Research Letters 10.1002/2015GL064377
<p>One of the most devastating effects of earthquakes in the seismic regions is liquefaction. Many research works have been done in this field and at present different methods are available for the liquefaction potential assessment. The liquefaction is a very ...
Reference: World Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2015, 3, 41-49
<p>Ground-motion prediction equations (GMPEs) relate ground-motion intensity measures to variables describing earthquake source, path, and site effects. We select from many available GMPEs those models recommended for use in seismic hazard assessments in the ...
Reference: Earthquake Spectra: February 2015, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 19-45
<p>The results of this study show that failure of the examined caisson quay wall is induced by the deformation of the foundation and backfill soils. For all the analyzed remedial methods, improving the top 10 to 15 m of foundation soil under the wall and first ...
Reference: A dissertation submitted to the graduate faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Major: Civil Engineering (Geotechnical)
<p>During severe earthquake shaking, soil liquefaction is a major concern for structures constructed on saturated loose sandy soils. A large number of civil engineering structures were damaged due to liquefaction during huge recent earthquakes in Christchurch. ...
Reference: 2014 NZSEE Conference
 
<p>Proceedings of "Frontiers of Earthquake Engineering" conference. Anchorage, Alaska, USA 21-25 July 2014 Volume 1 of 11 </p>
Reference: 10th US National Conference on Earthquake Engineering 2014 (10NCEE), Anchorage, Alaska, USA 21-25 July 2014 Volume 1 of 11
<p>The paper demonstrates that whereas often in seismic geotechnical design it is not realistically feasible to design with ample factor of safety against failure as is done in static design, an &ldquo;engineering&rdquo; apparent seismic factor of safety less ...
Reference: Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 57 (2014) 37–45