Geotecnical earthquake engineering handbook

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Geotecnical earthquake engineering handbook

Message par nassima le Sam 26 Jan - 1:11

ceci est un livre en anglais dont le nom est

"Geotecnical earthquake engineering handbook"

par Robert W. Day publié en 2002 constitué de 4 parties et d'applications, dont voici le sommaire:

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Chapter 1. Introduction 1.1
1.1 Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
1.2 Engineering Geology
1.3 Geotechnical Engineering Terms
1.4 Symbols and Units
1.5 Book Outline

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Part 1 Introduction to Earthquakes
Chapter 2. Basic Earthquake Principles
2.1 Plate Tectonics
2.1.1 Types of Faults
2.2 Seismograph
2.3 Seismic Waves
2.4 Magnitude of an Earthquake
2.4.1 Local Magnitude Scale ML
2.4.2 Surface Wave Magnitude Scale Ms
2.4.3 Moment Magnitude Scale Mw
2.4.4 Comparison of Magnitude Scales
2.4.5 Summary
2.5 Intensity of an Earthquake
2.6 Problems

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Chapter 3. Common Earthquake Effects
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Surface Rupture
3.2.1 Description
3.2.2 Damage Caused by Surface Rupture
3.3 Regional Subsidence
3.4 Liquefaction
3.4.1 Introduction
3.4.2 Settlement and Bearing Capacity Failures
3.4.3 Waterfront Structures
3.4.4 Flow Slides
3.4.5 Lateral Spreading
3.5 Slope Movement
3.5.1 Types of Earthquake-Induced Slope Movement
3.5.2 Examples of Earthquake-Induced Slope Movement
3.5.3 Seismic Evaluation of Slope Stability
3.6 Tsunami and Seiche

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Chapter 4. Earthquake Structural Damage
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Earthquake-Induced Settlement
4.3 Torsion
4.4 Soft Story
4.4.1 Definition and Examples
4.4.2 Pancaking
4.4.3 Shear Walls
4.4.4 Wood-Frame Structures
4.5 Pounding Damage
4.5.1 Impact Damage from Collapse of Adjacent Structures
4.5.2 Asymmetry
4.6 Resonance of the Structure
4.6.1 Soft Ground Effects

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Part 2 Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Analyses
Chapter 5. Site Investigation for Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
5.1 Introduction
5.1.1 Scope of the Site Investigation
5.2 Screening Investigation
5.3 Quantitative Evaluation
5.4 Subsurface Exploration
5.4.1 Borings, Test Pits, and Trenches
5.4.2 Soil Sampling
5.4.3 Standard Penetration Test
5.4.4 Cone Penetration Test
5.5 Laboratory Testing
5.5.1 Shear Strength
5.5.2 Cyclic Triaxial Test
5.6 Peak Ground Acceleration
5.6.1 Introduction
5.6.2 Methods Used to Determine the Peak Ground Acceleration
5.6.3 Example of the Determination of Peak Ground Acceleration
5.6.4 Local Soil and Geologic Conditions
5.7 Report Preparation
5.8 Problems

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Chapter 6. Liquefaction
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Laboratory Liquefaction Studies
6.2.1 Laboratory Data from Ishihara
6.2.2 Laboratory Data from Seed and Lee
6.3 Main Factors That Govern Liquefaction in the Field
6.4 Liquefaction Analysis
6.4.1 Introduction
6.4.2 Cyclic Stress Ratio Caused by the Earthquake
6.4.3 Cyclic Resistance Ratio from the Standard Penetration Test
6.4.4 Factor of Safety against Liquefaction
6.4.5 Example Problem
6.4.6 Cyclic Resistance Ratio from the Cone Penetration Test
6.4.7 Cyclic Resistance Ratio from the Shear Wave Velocity
6.5 Report Preparation
6.6 Problems

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Chapter 7. Earthquake-Induced Settlement
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Settlement versus Factor of Safety against Liquefaction
7.2.1 Introduction
7.2.2 Methods of Analysis
7.2.3 Limitations
7.3 Liquefaction-Induced Ground Damage
7.3.1 Types of Damage
7.3.2 Method of Analysis
7.3.3 Example Problem
7.4 Volumetric Compression
7.4.1 Main Factors Causing Volumetric Compression
7.4.2 Simple Settlement Chart
7.4.3 Method by Tokimatsu and Seed
7.4.4 Example Problem
7.4.5 Limitations
7.5 Settlement due to Dynamic Loads Caused by Rocking
7.6 Problems

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Chapter 8. Bearing Capacity Analyses for Earthquakes
8.1 Introduction
8.1.1 General, Punching, and Local Shear
8.1.2 Bearing Capacity Failures
8.1.3 Shear Strength
8.1.4 One-Third Increase in Bearing Pressure for Seismic Conditions
8.2 Bearing Capacity Analyses for Liquefied Soil
8.2.1 Introduction
8.2.2 Punching Shear Analysis
8.2.3 Terzaghi Bearing Capacity Equation
8.2.4 Deep Foundations
8.2.5 Other Design Considerations
8.2.6 Example Problem
8.3 Granular Soil with Earthquake-Induced Pore Water Pressures
8.3.1 Introduction
8.3.2 Bearing Capacity Equation
8.3.3 Example Problem
8.4 Bearing Capacity Analysis for Cohesive Soil Weakened by the Earthquake
8.4.1 Introduction
8.4.2 Bearing Capacity Equation
8.4.3 Example Problem
8.5 Report Preparation
8.6 Problems

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Chapter 9. Slope Stability Analyses for Earthquakes
9.1 Introduction
9.1.1 Inertia Slope Stability Analysis
9.1.2 Weakening Slope Stability Analysis
9.1.3 Cross Section and Soil Properties
9.2 Inertia Slope Stability—Pseudostatic Method
9.2.1 Introduction
9.2.2 Selection of the Seismic Coefficient
9.2.3 Wedge Method
9.2.4 Method of Slices
9.2.5 Landslide Analysis
9.2.6 Other Slope Stability Considerations
9.2.7 Example Problem
9.3 Inertia Slope Stability—Newmark Method
9.3.1 Introduction
9.3.2 Example Problem
9.3.3 Limitation of the Newmark Method
9.4 Weakening Slope Stability—Flow Slides
9.4.1 Introduction
9.4.2 Factor of Safety against Liquefaction for Slopes
9.4.3 Stability Analysis for Liquefied Soil
9.4.4 Liquefied Shear Strength
9.5 Weakening Slope Stability—Liquefaction-Induced Lateral Spreading
9.5.1 Introduction
9.5.2 Empirical Method
9.5.3 Example Problem
9.5.4 Summary
9.6 Weakening Slope Stability—Strain-Softening Soil
9.7 Mitigation of Slope Hazards
9.7.1 Allowable Lateral Movement
9.7.2 Mitigation Options
9.8 Report Preparation
9.9 Problems

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Chapter 10. Retaining Wall Analyses for Earthquakes
10.1 Introduction
10.1.1 Retaining Wall Analyses for Static Conditions
10.1.2 Retaining Wall Analyses for Earthquake Conditions
10.1.3 One-Third Increase in Soil Properties for Seismic Conditions
10.2 Pseudostatic Method
10.2.1 Introduction
10.2.2 Method by Seed and Whitman
10.2.3 Method by Mononobe and Okabe
10.2.4 Example Problem
10.2.5 Mechanically Stabilized Earth Retaining Walls
10.3 Retaining Wall Analyses for Liquefied Soil
10.3.1 Introduction
10.3.2 Design Pressures
10.3.3 Sheet Pile Walls
10.3.4 Summary
10.4 Retaining Wall Analyses for Weakened Soil
10.5 Restrained Retaining Walls
10.5.1 Introduction
10.5.2 Method of Analysis
10.5.3 Example Problem
10.6 Temporary Retaining Walls
10.6.1 Static Design
10.6.2 Earthquake Analysis
10.7 Problems

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Chapter 11. Other Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Analyses
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Surface Rupture Zone
11.2.1 Introduction
11.2.2 Design Approach
11.2.3 Groundwater
11.3 Pavement Design
11.3.1 Introduction
11.3.2 Flexible Pavements
11.3.3 Earthquake Design
11.4 Pipeline Design
11.4.1 Introduction
11.4.2 Static Design
11.4.3 Earthquake Design
11.5 Response Spectrum
11.5.1 Introduction
11.5.2 Response Spectrum per the Uniform Building Code
11.5.3 Alternate Method
11.5.4 Example Problem
11.6 Problems

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Part 3 Site Improvement Methods to Mitigate Earthquake Effects
Chapter 12. Grading and Other Soil Improvement Methods
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Grading
12.3 Other Site Improvement Methods
12.3.1 Soil Replacement
12.3.2 Water Removal
12.3.3 Site Strengthening
12.3.4 Grouting
12.3.5 Thermal
12.3.6 Summary
12.4 Groundwater Control
12.4.1 Introduction
12.4.2 Methods of Groundwater Control
12.4.3 Groundwater Control for Slopes

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Chapter 13. Foundation Alternatives to Mitigate Earthquake Effects
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Shallow Foundations
13.3 Deep Foundations
13.3.1 Introduction
13.3.2 Pier and Grade Beam Support
13.3.3 Prestressed Concrete Piles
13.4 Foundations for Single-Family Houses
13.4.1 Raised Wood Floor Foundation
13.4.2 Slab-on-Grade
13.4.3 California Northridge Earthquake
13.5 Problems

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Part 4 Building Codes
Chapter 14. Earthquake Provisions in Building Codes
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Code Development / 14.3
14.3 Limitations of Building Codes

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Appendix A. Glossaries
Glossary 1 Field Testing Terminology
Glossary 2 Laboratory Testing Terminology
Glossary 3 Terminology for Engineering Analysis and Computations
Glossary 4 Compaction, Grading, and Construction Terminology
Glossary 5 Earthquake Terminology
Glossary References

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Appendix B. EQSEARCH, EQFAULT, and FRISKSP Computer Programs

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Appendix C. Conversion Factors

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Appendix D. Example of a Geotechnical Report Dealing with Earthquake Engineering

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Appendix E. Solution to Problems

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Appendix F. References F.1

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Index I.1

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- Front matter

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- table of contains

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- preface

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Message par OmdaGéo le Sam 26 Jan - 1:42

Merci beaucoups nassima bien

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Re: Geotecnical earthquake engineering handbook

Message par nassima le Sam 26 Jan - 1:46

de rien imade .... bounce

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