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Some effects of dynamic soil properties on soil-structure interaction

F. E. Richart

Some effects of dynamic soil properties on soil-structure interaction

by F. E. Richart

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Published by University of Michigan, Dept. of Civil Engineering in [Ann Arbor] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soil-structure interaction.,
  • Soil dynamics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby F. E. Richart, Jr.
    SeriesTerzaghi lecture ;, 10
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA710 .R45
    The Physical Object
    Pagination81 p. :
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4858628M
    LC Control Number75624158

    Dynamic test and analysis on soil-structure interaction (SSI) in ground of liquefaction soil is one highlight of soil-structure interaction study, also is recognized difficulty. Abroad scholars have got a lot of valuable conclusions on shaking table scale model test of soil-structure dynamic interaction in ground of liquefaction soil (Hatsukazu.   Dynamic Soil-structure interaction is one of the major topics in earthquake engineering and soil dynamics since it is closely related to the safety evaluation of many important engineering projects, such as nuclear power plants, to resist earthquakes.

    dynamic behavior of the structure changes affected structural responses like pe-riod of vibration, displacement, base shear, and secondary moment effects P-Δ Figure 1. Soil Structure Interaction Model Adapted from [2]: (a) Structure supported on soft soil (b) Idealized model for Soil Structure interaction.   Non-resonance tests were performed on two undisturbed natural soil specimens to demonstrate the influence of frequency on their dynamic properties. Test data were validated via an approximate form of the Kramers-Kronig relationships for linear viscoelastic media.

    CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of.   A previous blog entry, Healthy Soils for Healthy Trees, discussed the importance of preserving soil structure from being destroyed by compaction. Together, soil texture and soil structure have the greatest influence on pore space in a soil, and how easily air, water, and roots can move through a soil.


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Some effects of dynamic soil properties on soil-structure interaction by F. E. Richart Download PDF EPUB FB2

Anti-plane dynamic foundation: soil-foundation interaction for incident plane SH waves (Z. Xinchuan). Estimation of natural frequency and damping factor for dynamic soil structure interaction systems (F.

Miura, K. Toki). Soil-structure interface effects on dynamic interaction analysis of reinforced concrete lifelines (Y.

Chen, T. Krauthammer).Book Edition: 1. Some effects of dynamic soil properties on soil-structure interaction Article in Geotechnical Special Publication () January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. This book summarizes the most recent developments and applications in the field of dynamic soil-structure interaction, both in China and Switzerland.

An excellent book for scientists and engineers in civil engineering, structural engineering, geotechnical engineering and Book Edition: 1. In a dynamic soil–structure-interaction analysis a bounded structure (which may be linear or nonlinear), consisting of the actual structure and an adjacent irregular soil if present, will interact with the unbounded (infinite or semi-infinite) soil which is assumed to be linear elastic ().The most striking feature in an unbounded soil, which is never encountered in a bounded medium is, in Cited by: A second interaction effect, tied to mechanical properties of soil, is the sinking of foundations, worsened by a seismic event.

This phenomenon is called soil liquefaction. Most of the civil engineering structures involve some type of structural element with direct contact with ground.

The mechanisms governing soil-structure interaction can be divided into two distinct interactions: inertial and kinematic interaction. Kinematic interaction is the deviation of the soil response from the free-field motion due to the resistance of the stiffer foundation to conform to the distortions of the soil imposed by the traveling seismic waves.

It is commonly expressed in terms of. Characterization of the soil-structure interaction is followed by two significant effects as: 1. Flexibility of soil foundation immediately enhances the fundamental period of a fixed base structure.

In this study, we aimed to study the effect of different approaches for modeling of soil nonlinear behavior on the response of the superstructure. We employed two types of soil-structure systems using 1) an equivalent linear model suggested by most of the design codes, and 2) a beam on nonlinear Winkler foundation (BNWF) model for the beneath soil.

In this study dynamic analysis of Soil Structure Interaction (SSI) effect on multi story reinforced concrete (RC) frame founded on soft soil (flexible base) is made and compared with fixed base.

Two model 2D RC frames with 7 and 12 story are selected for analysis. Winkler Spring and half space direct method models are used for flexible base for the frames founded on two types of soft soils. Livaolu R, Doangün A (). Effects of foundation embedment on seismic behaviour of the elevated tanks considering fluid-structure-soil interaction.

Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering. Bowles J.E, Foundation Analysis and Design, 5th Edition,McGraw-Hill International Editions, Civil Engineering Series, New York. Dynamic soil properties are very useful in Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering problems like ground response analysis, seismic soil-structure interaction, problems due.

The study of soil structure ranges from the effects of particle interaction at a scale of nanometers (Quirk, ) to the functioning of soil structure profiles at a scale of meters (Miedema et al., a; Fig. 1).The spatial variation of soil structure on farmers’ fields (Finke,) and in catenary sequences in the landscape extends the scale to kilometers.

Dynamic constitutive behavior of materials. Dynamic interaction problems (soil-structure interaction,fluid-structure interaction,tsunamis). Seismic analysis and design of steel and reinforced concrete structures, retaining walls, dams, slopes.

Effect of moving loads on bridges and pavements and vibration isolation in geotechnical structures. Soil Structure Interaction 1. Ammar Motorwala Modelling Soil-Structure Interaction for Non-linear Dynamic Analysis of Framed structures with Pile Foundation 1 | P a g e Modelling Soil-Structure Interaction for Non-linear Dynamic Analysis of Framed structures with Pile Foundation An earthquake is a phenomenon which basically takes place to dissipate the strain energy accumulated.

Numerical results for the framework with soil-structure interaction were compared with those without soil-structure interaction. It is concluded that dynamic properties and reactions of the building subjected to wind loading are affected by soil-structure interaction and therefore the engineers should consider these parameters to guarantee the.

Observation and Modeling in Numerical Analysis and Model Tests in Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction Problems: Proceedings of Sessions Held in. Geo-Logan (Geotechnical Special Publication) by American Society of Civil Engineers Geo-Institute, Geo-Logan 9 ( Logan, Utah) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   The seismic excitation experienced by structures is a function of the earthquake source, travel path effects, local site effects, and soil-structure interaction (SSI) influences.

The result of the first three of these factors is referred to as free-field ground motion. The structural response to free-field motion is influenced by the SSI. The dynamic properties of the soil can be determined in two different ways.

The first one is the common way, using the Rayleigh Waves dispersion on the soil surface, and the back calculation to shear wave profiles. The second approach is the back calculation of the soil stiffness, based on the soil-structure-interaction. soil structure interaction is neglected and the dynamic response of the structure is evaluated under the assumption of a fi.

xed or a hinged base r. e-sponse. The code based method of seismic analysis is also. seldom. based on the soil st.

ructure interaction effect because of. Dynamic Soil-structure interaction is one of the major topics in earthquake engineering and soil dynamics since it is closely related to the safety evaluation of many important engineering projects, such as nuclear power plants, to resist earthquakes/5(6).

The soil-structure interaction analysis results of the hypothetical waste handling facility reported herein showed significant influence of the geologic profiles of the foundation medium and their geotechnical and dynamic properties on the seismic structural response of the facility.DOI: / Corpus ID: Effect of soil interaction on the performance of tuned mass dampers for seismic applications @inproceedings{GhoshEffectOS, title={Effect of soil interaction on the performance of tuned mass dampers for seismic applications}, author={Aparna Ghosh and Biswajit Basu}, year={} }.

the analyses of dynamic soil-structure interaction have also been long used for seismic calculations. Whereas in the first case the machine (or the rail or road traffic) is the source of the vibrations, in the second case the soil is the source/02/ 8.