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|PI(s):||Joseph Wartman, Joseph Wartman|
|Dates:||September 05, 2007 - December 12, 2008|
Drexel University, PA, United States
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, United States
|Organization(s):||Drexel University, PA, United States|
|Description:||Project is designed to track the pore pressure generation/dissipation as a function of varying shaking events. These pore pressure regimes are studied for their long term (multiple hours/days) contribution to instability in homogeneous normally consolidated clay slopes.|
|Sponsor:||NSF - 0134370 (view)|
NEES@Renssleaer Project Page (view)
|Group Space:||Project:Seismically Induced Delayed-Landslides in Homogeneous Cohesive Slopes and Embankments|
|Report on Data Status:||View Report|
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|Data Re-use Status:||This Project does not reuse data from other projects.|