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Dynamic response of a shaft in dry sands

Honda, M. and Ohbo, N. and Hayashi, H. and Zheng, J. and Scott, R. F. (1994) Dynamic response of a shaft in dry sands. In: Centrifuge 94 : proceedings of the International Conference Centrifuge 1994, Singapore, 31 August - 2 September 1994. Balkema , Rotterdam, Netherlands, pp. 257-262. ISBN 9789054103523. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20141020-093408864

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Abstract

In order to study the dynamic behavior of a shaft in soil during earthquakes, dynamic centrifuge tests were carried out. Two types of models were taken up; (1) level ground of sand; and (2) a hollow shaft of two different depth embedded into the level ground. An effective boundary treatment method was presented so that the semi-infinite ground condition can be satisfied approximately. The effects of input level and shaft geometry on the response of shaft-soil system were discussed.


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