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Shaking Table Tests On Liquefaction Properties Of Saturated

Feb 24, 2021

The purpose of this test was to realistically reproduce soil liquefaction and the lateral spreading of saturated sand deposits behind the sheet-pile quay walls and the consequent deformation and translation of neighboring pile foundations. Therefore, a shake table test

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