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SPT

Geoslope

M8
M7.5

10-4

SPT
CPT
BPT
SPT

NCEL Report N 1862 by Youd 1993

SPT

Geoslope
SPT

SPT

amax = 0.3g

SPT

CSRE
SPT

CSRL
CSRE > CSRL

av

h
CSRE

v0

(110 lb / ft 3

(120 lb / ft 3

50 ft )

1750

(15 ft

10 . 5 ft )

4 ft ) ( 62 .41lb / ft 3 )

1750 Lb / ft 2
1064 Lb / ft 2

rd = 0.97
CSRE

av

0 . 65

max

v0

0 . 31

v0

CSRE
SPT

CSRL

CSRL
CRR
CSRL
SPT

CSRL

N1
N SPT

60

N1

N C C C C C
(12 blows / ft )
spt

60

(1)

C N CE CB CS CR
CN

N
v0

2000
1064

1 .37

2 .0

Nspt

v0

atm =2000 Lb/ ft2 =14.7 Lb / in2 = 101.32 Kpa

P
v0

CE

spt

ER
60

(3)
ER
SPT
CB
CS

CR
drill rod
N1
N1

N SPT C N C E C B C S C R

60

(12 blows / ft )

(1 . 37 )

( 50 / 60 )

60

13 . 6 blows / ft

N1 60

((N1) 60) clean sand = (N1) 60 +

N1

6
N1

N1

60

7( FC 5) / 30

60 clea sand

N1

60

60

5 < Fc < 35 %
7(8 5) / 30 (0.7)blows / f
N1

M = 7.5
CSRL

( )

(N1) 60

60

13.6 0.7

(14.3)blows / ft

CSRL

7
M=7.5

100

CRR

M 7.5

95
34 N1

60

N1 60
1 .3

1
2

95
14.3
34 14.3 1.3

1
2

0.153

FC

(N1) 60
Magnitude Scaling

MSF

CRR
Factor

MSF
(CSRL)or (CRR)

(CRLM

M = 6.5

7.5

)or ((CRRM

MSF

MSF

MSF

CRR
7.5

) MSF

0.17 1.19 0.20

M7.5

CRR

5
CSRL
Fs
FS LIq

CRR
CSR

0 .2
0 . 31

0 . 65

Fs

LL < = 35 %

SPT
Geoslope

Roscoe,1953
6X6X2

CSRL
Cyclic Strength Curve for Liquefaction

Peacock & Seed, 1968

NL

Geoslope
Geoslope

SIGMA/W

Peacock & Seed, 1968


Geoslope

SEEP/W
100 KPa

SIGMA/W
600 KPa
SIGMA/W

SIGMA/W

Geoslope

SIGMA/W

Geoslope

SEEP/W

500 Kpa

Geoslope

Geoslope

Geoslope

CRRL

N1

60

Peacock
Seed

1. RECENT

ADVANCES
IN
SOIL
LIQUEFACTION
ENGINEERING : A UNIFIED
AND
CONSISTENT
FRAMEWORK R.B. Seed,K.O. Cetin,R.E.S. Moss,A.M.
Kammerer,J. Wu,J.M. Pestana,M.F. Riemer,R.B. Sancio,J.D.
Bray,R.E. Kayen,A. Faris. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY. Report NO.
EERC / 2003 6 /. Earthquake Engineering Research Center
EERC , papers (72) .

2. Soil Dynamics Peacock & Seed . copyright /1981/ by


3.
4.

5.
6.

McGraw Hill. Inc. Civil eng. University of Missouri-Rolla


USA, (papers book number is 426) .
Discussion on Evaluation of liquefaction potential of soil
Mahadevan Ilankatharan Term Project 281a / 12 01 2003/,
papers (16) .
Web site, Chapter 7 Analysis of Soil Borings for Liquefaction
Resistance Analysis of Soil Borings for Liquefaction
Resistance. 7.1. Introduction. This chapter addresses the
analysis of subsurface soil data to determine the factor of safety
against liquefaction and predict the liquefied soil thickness. ...
the data in a single soil boring. Output results from the
EPOLIQAN code, for each soil boring. at a ..., papers (20) .
SEISMICDESIGN CRITRIA FOR SOIL LIOUEFACTION
J.M.Ferritto / June / /1997 / Technical Report TR 2077
SHR, papers (62) .
"Geoslope: a computer program", John Krahn / May / 2004 /
Geo-slope international Ltd 1400,633- 6th Ave SW Calgary,
Alberta, Canada T2p 2y5, E-mail : info@geo-slope.com ,
Web: http://www.geo-slope.com , ( papers number of QUAKE /
W book is (260), papers number of SLOPE / W book is (412),
papers number of SIGMA / W book is (406) ) .

Evaluation of Liquefaction of Submerged Soils in


Sub Layers Foundation
Under the influence of Earthquakes
Dr. Sobhee Sebai
Geotechnical Civil Eng.
Al Baath University
Abstract
This research illustrates the process of field and laboratory
tests that are used by international seismic researches centers for
evaluating the resistance of submerged soils in sub-layers
foundation due to liquefaction under earthquake, an example was
about field test "Standard Penetration Test Blow Count SPT" to
define the submerged soils of sub layers foundation that are
potential risk to liquefaction under earthquake. Another example
was introduced about laboratory test " Cyclic Undrained Simple
Shear Test" to discuss the method which aids us to carry out the
Cyclic Strength Curve for liquefaction using the Geoslope program.
Results were discussed, and recommendation were introduced.