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Cyclic Simple Shear Test Based Design Liquefaction Resistance Curve of Granular Soil
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Cyclic Simple Shear Test Based Design Liquefaction Resistance Curve of Granular Soil
Saeed-ullah, Jan Mandokhail; Park, Duhee; Kim, Hansup; Park, Ki-Chun;
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 Abstract
We develop liquefaction resistance curves, which represent the correlation between cyclic resistance ratio (CRR) and number of cycles (N) to estimate the build-up of residual excess pore pressure from simple shear tests performed for this study and also from published literature. The liquefaction curve is calculated from two models. The comparisons show that one of the models is not reliable because it underestimates CRR. The scatter of the data is shown to be significantly reduced when CRR is normalized to the resistance ratio at N
 Keywords
Liquefaction resistance curve;Cyclic resistance ratio;Number of cycles;Cyclic simple shear;Normalization;
 Language
Korean
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