Newmark analyses of lateral spreading induced by liquefaction were conducted using a database of 22 documented case histories. Site stratigraphy and SPT values for the liquefiable soil were based upon the case-history documentation. The yield acceleration was estimated based on post-liquefaction residual shear strength estimated using three different correlations with SPT blow count. Representative acceleration time histories were selected from time histories recorded in the earthquake. The probabilistic analysis using a truncated normal distribution indicates that the lateral spreading displacement calculated using the Olson and Johnson correlation will be no more than twice the reported displacement with a confidence of 97%.
- Lateral spreading
- Newmark displacement analysis
- residual shear strength
- standard penetration test
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Civil and Structural Engineering
- Building and Construction
- Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology
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Kavazanjian, E. (Contributor) & Yang, Y. (Contributor), figshare Academic Research System, Jan 1 2020
Yang, Y. (Creator) & Kavazanjian, E. (Creator), Taylor & Francis, 2020