by Oregon Dept. of Transportation, Research Group, Available through the National Technical Information Service in Salem, OR, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||by Stephen E. Dickenson ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Dickenson, S. E., Oregon. Dept. of Transportation. Research Group., Oregon State University. Dept. of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering.|
|LC Classifications||TE216 .A87 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||2003431923|
strategies have been employed to mitigate liquefaction hazards are still at an early stage of development. In Oregon, the evaluation of soil liquefaction and abutment performance are complicated by the rather unique seismo-tectonic setting and the prevalence of silty soils . assessment and mitigation of liquefaction hazards to bridge approach embankments The seismic performance of bridge structures and appurtenant components (i.e., approach spans, Cited by: 1. Current design methods for evaluating permanent, seismically-induced deformations of earth structures are based on rigid body, limit equilibrium and “sliding-block ” procedures that are poorly suited for modeling soil liquefaction and establishing the pattern of embankment-abutment-foundation deformations. In Oregon, the evaluation of soil liquefaction and abutment performance are complicated by the rather unique seismo-tectonic setting and the prevalence of silty soils along the primary .
This is the appendix to the report entitled, "Assessment and Mitigation of Liquefaction Hazards to Bridge Approach Embankments in Oregon". Corporate Authors: Oregon . In Oregon, the evaluation of soil liquefaction and abutment performance are complicated by the rather unique seismo-tectonic setting and the prevalence of silty soils along the primary Cited by: 1. The objective of this study is to provide a simple methodology to conduct preliminary seismic assessment and ranking of bridge embankments in order to identify and prioritize embankments . As described above, the assessment of liquefaction risk is the focus of this chapter, in terms of likelihood and its impact. The framework presented in Fig. shows the key steps involved in assessing liquefaction risk, which are discussed in further detail in the following sections. To fully define the risk, detailed assessments of liquefaction Cited by: 2.
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