Soil-structure interaction in earthquake-induced liquefaction.

Achintya Haldar, S. Chern

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Abstract

A method is proposed to estimate damage to a structure due to earthquake-induced liquefaction considering the effect of soil-structure interaction. The damage is estimated in terms of differential settlement. The structural rigidity can significantly reduce the extent of damage to a structure. The redistribution of vertical loads due to uneven settlement of the foundations due to earthquake shaking can be modeled effectively by considering the interaction between the structure and the soil. A finite element-based computer program is written specifically for this purpose. The methodology is described with the help of an example.-Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationEarthquake engineering. Proc. 5th Canadian conference, Ottawa, 1987, (Balkema)
Pages493-499
Number of pages7
StatePublished - 1987
Externally publishedYes

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soil-structure interaction
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methodology
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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Haldar, A., & Chern, S. (1987). Soil-structure interaction in earthquake-induced liquefaction. In Earthquake engineering. Proc. 5th Canadian conference, Ottawa, 1987, (Balkema) (pp. 493-499)

Soil-structure interaction in earthquake-induced liquefaction. / Haldar, Achintya; Chern, S.

Earthquake engineering. Proc. 5th Canadian conference, Ottawa, 1987, (Balkema). 1987. p. 493-499.

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Haldar, A & Chern, S 1987, Soil-structure interaction in earthquake-induced liquefaction. in Earthquake engineering. Proc. 5th Canadian conference, Ottawa, 1987, (Balkema). pp. 493-499.
Haldar A, Chern S. Soil-structure interaction in earthquake-induced liquefaction. In Earthquake engineering. Proc. 5th Canadian conference, Ottawa, 1987, (Balkema). 1987. p. 493-499
Haldar, Achintya ; Chern, S. / Soil-structure interaction in earthquake-induced liquefaction. Earthquake engineering. Proc. 5th Canadian conference, Ottawa, 1987, (Balkema). 1987. pp. 493-499
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