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Publications by [Adalier K.]

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<p>In a series of twelve separate geotechnical centrifuge physical modeling tests, seismic behavior of a zoned earth dam with saturated sandy soil foundation was studied under moderate earthquake conditions. Soil response during and after shaking was monitored ...
Reference: 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering Vancouver, B.C., Canada August 1-6, 2004 Paper No. 1025
<p>A series of four dynamic centrifuge model tests was performed to investigate the effect of foundation densification on the seismic performance of a zoned earth dam with a saturated sand foundation. In these experiments, thickness of the densified foundation ...
Reference: JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING MECHANICS © ASCE / OCTOBER 2004
A series of four dynamic centrifuge model tests was performed to investigate the effect of foundation densification on the seismic performance of a zoned earth dam with a saturated sand foundation. In these experiments, thickness of the densified foundation ...
Reference: JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING MECHANICS © ASCE / OCTOBER 2004
A numerical study is conducted to investigate container boundary effects on the dynamic response of earth dams in centrifuge model experiments.
Reference: 11th Int. Conf. on Soil Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering and 3rd Int. Conf. on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, January 7-9, University of California, Berkeley
A computational model for dynamically induced liquefaction is calibrated by centrifuge model tests. The model is a time domain code based on a nonlinear coupled solid-fluid formulation. Special attention is dedicated to the concept of cyclic mobility during ...
Reference: Paper No. 372. Eleventh World Conference on Earthquake Enginering
<p>Through a series of twelve separate geotechnical centrifuge modeling tests, <br />seismic behavior of a zoned earth dam with saturated sandy soil foundation was studied under moderate earthquake conditions. Soil response during and after shaking was monitored ...
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