Key issues in the analysis of piles in liquefying soils (2007)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Published
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering.
AuthorsCubrinovski, M.show all
Two methods for analysis of piles in liquefying soils are discussed in this paper: an advanced method for dynamic analysis based on the effective stress principle and a simplified analysis based on the pseudo-static approach. The former method aims at an accurate simulation of the complex liquefaction process and soil-pile interaction while the latter is a design-oriented approach that uses conventional engineering parameters and modelling for estimation of the maximum pile response. This paper discusses some key issues in the implementation of these analysis methods with reference to the assumptions used in modelling the soil-pile interaction in liquefying soils.
CitationCubrinovski, M. (2007) Key issues in the analysis of piles in liquefying soils. INVITED PAPER. Thessaloniki, Greece: 4th International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, 25-28 Jun 2007. 10pp.
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