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Publications by [Papadimitriou A. G.]

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This paper presents results of numerical analyses for the seismic response of step-like ground slopes in uniform visco-elastic soil, under vertically propagating SV seismic waves.
Reference: Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 25 (2005) 547-558
Contrary to many laboratory investigations, common empirical correlations from in situ tests consider that the increase in the percentage of fines leads to an increase of the cyclic liquefaction resistance of sands. This paper draws upon the integrated Critical ...
Reference: Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 23 (2003) 115-125
A set of approximate, multivariable relations is established to evaluate soil effects on the peak horizontal acceleration, the peak horizontal velocity and the horizontal elastic response spectra (5% damping). The basic innovation of the approach is the use ...
Reference: "EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING AND STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS Earthquake Eng Struct. Dyn. 2003; 32:1867-1896"
This paper presents the multiaxial formulation of a plasticity model for sand under cyclic shearing.
Reference: Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 22 (2002) 1941-204
This paper analyses the effect of fines content f(%) on cyclic liquefaction resistance in a Critical State Soil Mechanics context.
Reference: Proceedings: Fourth International Conference on Recent Advances in Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics and Symposium in Honor of Professor W.D. Liam Finn San Diego, California, March 26-31, 2001 Paper No. 4.06
In this paper a plasticity constitutive model for sands is proposed, which combines a bounding surface framework for large cyclic strains with a Ramberg-Osgood-type hysteretic formulation for relatively smaller strains.