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Characterization of Dynamic Soil-Pile Interaction by Random Vibration Methods
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Experiment-2: Tests of pile in Improved soil with Vertical-Eccentric excitation (I-VE)
Experiment Type: Field
Description: This is a series of forced vibration tests on the pile in improved (I) soil with Vertical Eccentric (VE) excitation. The improved soil consists of a cement deep soil mixed (CDSM) zone near the surface. Random (R), chaotic impulse (C) and swept-sine (S) excitation types were examined with different levels of forcing intensity. Further details of this series of full-scale vibration tests can be found in the Experimental Setup Report in the documentation folder at the project level.
Dates: September 28, 2010 - September 28, 2010
Facility: University of California, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Equipment: View Details
Specimen Type: Test Pile I in improved soil (view)
Material: Pile cap Pile cap (view)
HP 10x42 pile HP 10x42 pile (view)
In situ soil profile with improved zone around pile In situ soil profile with improved zone around pile (view)
Sensors: Abbreviated sensor table - Experiment 2 I-VE
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Tags (keywords):
  1. dynamics
  2. randomvibration
  3. payload
  4. fullscale
  5. CDSM
  6. Soil-Pile Interaction
  7. soilstructureinteraction
  8. piles
  9. Vertical Test
  10. VC
  11. Deep Soil Mixing
  12. clay