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Properties of Cohesionless Soil Subsequent to Liquefaction and Resedimentation
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PI(s): Ronaldo Borja, Jeffrey Evans, Edward Kavazanjian
Dates: October 01, 2009 - August 25, 2013
Facility: University of California, Davis, CA, United States
Organization(s): Arizona State University, AZ, United States
Bucknell University, PA, United States
Stanford University, CA, United States
Description:
The project will experimentally and numerically investigate the properties of resedimented soil following liquefaction, including void ratio distribution and shear strength. To investigate the properties of cohesionless soil subsequent to liquefaction... (more)
Website(s): Properties of Cohesionless Soil (view)
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Zbigniew David Czupak, "Stabilization and Imaging of Cohesionless Soil Specimens" (view)
Angel Gutierrez, "The Impact of Liquefaction on the Microstructure of Cohesionless Soils" (view)
kanyembo Katapa, "Undisturbed Sampling of Cohesionless Soil for Evaluation of Mechanical Properties and Micro-structure" (view)
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  1. liquefaction
Data Re-use Status: This Project does not reuse data from other projects.