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Developments in Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction

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        StatementSpringer Netherlands
        PublishersSpringer Netherlands
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1993
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages91
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 109401047707
        Series
        1
        2NATO ASI Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences -- 390
        3NATO ASI Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences -- 390

        For the last couple of decades it has been recognized that the foundation material on which a structure is constructed may interact dynamically with the structure during its response to dynamic excitation to the extent that the stresses and deflections in the system are modified from the values that would have been developed if it had been on a rigid foundation. This phenomenon is examined in detail in the book. The basic solutions are examined in time and frequency domains and finite element and boundary element solutions compared. Experimental investigations aimed at correlation and verification with theory are described in detail. A wide variety of SSI problems may be formulated and solved approximately using simplified models in lieu of rigorous procedures; the book gives a good overview of these methods. A feature which often lacks in other texts on the subject is the way in which dynamic behavior of soil can be modeled. Two contributors have addressed this problem from the computational and physical characterization viewpoints. The book illustrates practical areas with the analysis of tunnel linings and stiffness and damping of pile groups. Finally, design code provisions and derivation of design input motions complete this thorough overview of SSI in conventional engineering practice. Taken in its entirety the book, authored by fifteen well known experts, gives an in-depth review of soil-structure interaction across a broad spectrum of aspects usually not covered in a single volume. It should be a readily useable reference for the research worker as well as the advance level practitioner. (abstract) This book treats the dynamic soil-structure interaction phenomenon across a broad spectrum of aspects ranging from basic theory, simplified and rigorous solution techniques and their comparisons as well as successes in predicting experimentally recorded measurements. Dynamic soil behavior and practical problems are given thorough coverage. It is intended to serve both as a readily understandable reference work for the researcher and the advanced-level practitioner. File Size: 5MB.


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Inasmuch as static foundation stiffnesses are also widely used in engineering analyses and code formulas for SSI effects, this work includes a brief survey of such static solutions. This phenomenon is examined in detail in the book.

Early history of soil

APPROACH SGH performs a broad range of services in soil structure interaction SSI analysis and wave propagation for the calculation of responses of structures, systems, and components SSCs to seismic and impact loads.

Dynamic Soil-structure interaction is one of the major topics in earthquake engineering and soil dynamics since it is closely related to the safety evaluation of many important engineering projects, such as nuclear power plants, to resist earthquakes. Soil—structure Developments in Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction is an interdisciplinary field of endeavor which lies at the intersection of soil and structural mechanics, soil and structural dynamics, earthquake engineering, geophysics and geomechanics, material science, computational and numerical methods, and diverse other technical disciplines.

The basic solutions are examined in time and frequency domains and finite element and boundary element solutions compared. For the last couple of decades it has been recognized that the foundation material on which a structure is constructed may interact dynamically with the structure during its response to dynamic excitation to the extent that the stresses and deflections in the system are modified from the values that would have been developed if it had been on a rigid foundation.

Soil

The concepts involved are developed by reference to relatively simple structures, but their application to more involved systems is also highlighted. We perform SSI analyses of new and existing SSCs, including the following:• Two contributors have addressed this problem from the computational and physical characterization viewpoints.

Developments in Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction book illustrates practical areas with the analysis of tunnel linings and stiffness and damping of pile groups.

Taken in its entirety the book, authored by fifteen well known experts, gives an in-depth review of soil-structure interaction across a broad spectrum of aspects usually not covered in a single volume. SGH is a national engineering firm that designs, investigates, and rehabilitates structures, building enclosures, and materials.

It should be a readily useable reference for the research worker as well as the advance level practitioner. A wide variety of SSI problems may be formulated and solved approximately using simplified models in lieu of rigorous procedures; the book gives a good overview of these methods.

Partially embedded or at-grade facilities• Experimental investigations aimed at correlation and verification with theory are described in detail.