Liquefact: Validity of Indicators for Liquefaction Hazard and Damage Assessed with Real Case Studies (2019)
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Evaluation of Liquefaction Potential Index (LPI) for Assessing Liquefaction Hazard: A Case Study in Christchurch, New Zealand Maurer, B.; Green, R.; Cubrinovski, M.; Bradley, Brendon (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2013)
Safety does not take a holiday: Towards real-time indicators of population exposure for disaster risk assessments Darling, Mathew; Wilson, Thomas; Orchiston, Caroline; Adams, Benjamin; Bradley, Brendon (2020)
Predicting Liquefaction in Near-Real-Time (NRT) : An Assessment of Geospatial vs. Geotechnical Models During the Canterbury Earthquakes Maurer, Brett; Bradley, Brendon; Van Ballegooy, Sjoerd (2017)Semi-empirical models based on in-situ geotechnical tests have become the standard of practice for predicting soil liquefaction. Since the inception of the “simplified” cyclic-stress model in 1971, variants based on various ...