Liquefact: Dynamic Characterisation of Natual Pumiceous Deposits (2019)
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EVALUATING LIQUEFACTION POTENTIAL OF PUMICEOUS DEPOSITS THROUGH FIELD TESTING: CASE STUDY OF THE 1987 EDGECUMBE EARTHQUAKE Orense R; Asadi M; Stringer M; Pender M (New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering, 2020)Pumice materials, which are problematic from an engineering viewpoint, are widespread in the central part of the North Island. Considering the impacts of the 2010-2011 Christchurch earthquakes, a clear understanding of ...
Orense, Rolando; Asadi, Baqer; Asadi, Sadeq; Pender, Michael (2018)Introduction Pumice particles, which originated from volcanic eruptions centred in the Taupo and Rotorua regions in the North Island, are frequently encountered in many engineering projects. These particles are then mixed ...
Stringer, Mark; Orense, R.; Cubrinovski, M; Pender, M.; Asadi, M. (Quake CoRE, 2016)Soils containing pumice or volcanic ash are found across much of the North Island. In some cases, these soils are encountered in their original depositional state while in others they have been transported and redeposited ...