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NEES Teaching Demonstration: Soil Liquefaction
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23 Jun 2011 | Learning Objects | Contributor(s): Jason Lloyd, NEES EOT
Students will be able to observe soil liquefaction and its potential effects on adjacent structures and infrastructure. This demonstration will need to be made age-appropriate by the lesson that...
Soil Liquefaction Classroom Demonstration
13 May 2011 | Multimedia | Contributor(s): Jason Lloyd, NEES EOT
This is an example of how to do a simple soil liquefaction demonstration for use in the classroom setting, or similar. All materials may be found at home, or perhaps purchased at the local...
Amateur video of liquefaction during Earthquake
21 Mar 2011 | Multimedia | Contributor(s): Rajesh Thyagarajan
Amateur video of liquefaction during Earthquake - CNN iReporter Brent Kooi catches the earth moving and cracking beneath his feet as the quake strikes Japan. March 11, 2011.
Knowledge Representation and Design for Managing Product Obsolescence
04 Jan 2011 | Poster | Contributor(s): Peter Sandborn
Fast moving technologies cause commercial high-tech components to have shortened procurement life cycles, rendering them obsolete quickly. The fast turnover of technology creates problems for...
02 Aug 2010 | Learning Objects
An animation from the USGS describing a process by which water-saturated sediment temporarily loses strength and acts as a fluid, like when you wiggle your toes in the wet sand near the water at...