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Nhan đề: Seismic Earth Pressure Acting on Embedded Footing Based on Large-Scale Shaking Table Tests
Tác giả: Tamura, Shuji
Tokimatsu, Kohji
Từ khoá: Soil pressure
Shear forces
Soil liquefaction
Pile tests
Soil tests
Seismic tests
Năm xuất bản: 2005
Tóm tắt: This paper examines earth pressure acting on an embedded footing and its effects on pile forces, based on both liquefaction and non-liquefaction tests using a large-scale laminar shear box. The following conclusions are drawn: (1) The total earth pressure defined by the difference in earth pressure between passive and active sides in the non-liquefaction tests varies significantly depending on its phase relative to the soil inertia around the embedded footing as well as on the relative displacement between soil and footing; (2) The total earth pressure in the liquefaction test, by contrast, depends mainly on the relative displacement because the soil inertia gets small in liquefied soil; (3) The total earth pressure in the non-liquefaction tests tends to be out of phase by 180 degrees with the superstructure inertia, reducing the shear force and bending moment at the pile head; and (4) The total earth pressure in the liquefaction tests tends to be in phase with the superstructure inertia, making the bending moment at the pile head large. A method for estimating the total earth pressure considering its phase relative to the superstructure inertia as well as the effects of soil inertia has been proposed. The proposed method gives a reasonable explanation of the difference in earth pressure between different tests.
Mô tả: Conference Information Workshop on Seismic Performance and Simulation of Pile Foundations in Liquefied and Laterally Spreading Ground March 16-18, 2005 | University of California, Davis, California, United States © 2006 American Society of Civil Engineers
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