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Dynamic Passive Pressure on Full-Scale Pile Caps: Phase 1
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View of test site while backfill is being filled

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PI(s): Travis Gerber, Kyle Rollins
Dates: August 08, 2005 to Present
Facility: Brigham Young University, UT, United States
University of California, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organization(s): Brigham Young University, UT, United States
University of California, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Description:
BYU's research focuses on the behavior of soil behind a full-scale foundation when subjected to earthquake-like loadings. It is the backfill soil which helps prevent excessive horizontal movement of foundations during earthquakes. The amount of resistance... (more)
Website(s): NEES@UCLA (view)
Group Space: Project:Dynamic Passive Pressure on Full-Scale Pile Caps: Phase 1
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Tags (keywords):
  1. Soil Structure Interaction
  2. Lateral Forces
  3. Shaker
  4. Backfill Soil
  5. Soil Resistance
Data Re-use Status: This Project does not reuse data from other projects.