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Week1-Course_Intro_S11 - CE 316 Geotechnical Earthquake...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/27/11 CE 316 Geotechnical Earthquake Week 1 Course Introduction & Earthquakes
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2/27/11 Course Information Instructor: Louis Ge Contact: geyun@mst.edu 573-341-7193 Assessment: Att./Participation 10 % Assignments 20 % First Exam 25 % Second Exam 25 %
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2/27/11 Course Objectives This course has been designed to : Understand geotechnical earthquake hazard and mitigation, damage to structures, seismicity, and wave propagation. Develop an appropriate ground motion for use in design, including local site effects. Use sound concepts to determine the response of a soil deposit during/after earthquakes. Develop the skills required to provide engineering solutions to geotechnical earthquake problems. Become familiar with research topics in geotechnical
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2/27/11 Course Objectives Basic understanding of: Seismic motion sources Ground motion time histories Response spectra Wave propagation through soil and rock
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2/27/11 Course Objectives (cont.) Ground response to strong shaking Analysis of soil liquefaction Seismic slope stability Seismic retaining wall, foundation, and tunnel design Soil improvement
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2/27/11 Sources of Vibration in the Ground Vibrating machines Construction vibration: Pile driving Blasting: Construction: tunnels, quarries, rock slopes Weapons: conventional and nuclear, hardening of structures Earthquakes: Plate tectonics,
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2/27/11 Machine Vibrations http://www.dresser- rand.com/steam/eq/mech_drive.asp
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2/27/11 Machine Vibrations http://www.trombik.ch/Trombik/English/Machine_Foun dations.htm
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2/27/11 Construction Vibrations
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2/27/11 Construction Vibrations Pile Driving Drilling Jack Hammering Tunneling
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Construction Blasting
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Construction Blasting
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2/27/11 Earthquake Source Fault Size, Slip-time Function and Slip Distribution Rupture Propagation Wave Propagation Crustal Velocity Structure 3-D Sedimentary Basin Small-Scale Heterogeneity (Wave Scatterting) Site Response Wave Velocity Non-Linearity Earthquake Ground Shaking
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2/27/11 Earthquake Hazards Fault Rupture Ground Shaking Building/Structural Damage Liquefaction
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2/27/11 Earthquake Hazards (cont.) Landslides Retaining Wall Failures Lifeline Hazards Tsunami
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2/27/11 Fault Rupture Turkey, 1999 Source: EERI Izmit Collection
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2/27/11 Fault Rupture Taiwan (1999) Chi-Chi Earthquake Photos by M. Yoshimine © About 2 m of vertical offset
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2/27/11 Fault Rupture Taiwan (1999) Chi-Chi Earthquake About 6 m of vertical offset develop waterfall
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