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Evaluation of Seismic Levee Deformation Potential by Destructive Cyclic Field Testing
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Field Testing with MK15 Shaker (2012 Re-Test)
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DOI:10.4231/D38G8FH6G
Experiment Type: Field
Description: This experiment involved the re-testing of the embankment using the NEES@UCLA MK15 eccentric mass shaker. The plan of shaking was similar to the previous year's shakes. Modifications to this experiment include repair of the timber shaker base, re-compaction of the embankment soils, and saturation of the dessicated peat layer at the site. Saturation of the peat involved building a berm around the embankment and then flooding the area with water from a nearby drainage ditch.
Dates: August 14, 2012 - August 31, 2012
Facility: University of California, Los Angeles, CA, United States
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Specimen Type: Embankment and Underlying Peaty Organic Soil (view)
Material: Geogrind Reinforced Compacted Clay Embankment Geogrind Reinforced Compacted Clay Embankment (view)
Peaty Organic Soil Peaty Organic Soil (view)
Sensors: MK15 Sensors 2012
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Tags (keywords):
  1. Peat
  2. Levee
  3. Sherman Island
  4. Delta
  5. Field Test
  6. MK15
  7. Earthquake
  8. Saturated
Cite this work:
Edward Reinert, Jonathan Stewart, R.E.S. Moss, Sean Ahdi, Scott Brandenberg (2013). "Field Testing with MK15 Shaker (2012 Re-Test)", Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (distributor), Dataset, DOI:10.4231/D38G8FH6G