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Seismically Induced Delayed-Landslides in Homogeneous Cohesive Slopes and Embankments
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16 Aug 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Joseph Wartman
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)...
Post-seismic Displacement Response in Normally Consolidated Clay Slopes
31 Jul 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Nicholas Malasavage
Moderate to large earthquakes typically trigger thousands of landslides, some of which significantly impact the built environment. In addition to co-seismic displacement, episodes of slow...
UCD/CGMDR-05/03 Collaborative Research: Dynamic Behavior of Slickensided Surfaces - Centrifuge Data Report for CLM01
05 Jun 2010 | Publications | Contributor(s): Christopher Meehan, James Duncan, Ross Boulanger
This document describes a centrifuge test that was performed using the UC Davis geotechnical centrifuge. The purpose of this test was to measure the amount of displacement that occurs during...
UCD/CGMDR-05/04 Collaborative Research: Dynamic Behavior of Slickensided Surfaces - Centrifuge Data Report for CLM02