A New Empirical Method to Predict Liquefaction-Induced Lateral Spread

2014-09-19
Hasancebi, Nilsun
ULUSAY, REŞAT
Çetin, Kemal Önder
Liquefaction-induced lateral spreading affects large areas and causes considerable damages to overlying structures and buried lifelines at shallow depths. In this study, the world-wide lateral spreading case studies compiled from literature and available records of some institutions were re-evaluated to assess the performance of the current empirical methods and to develop a new empirical method for predicting the magnitude of lateral spreading. The probability-based four empirical models were developed using the maximum likelihood methodology for predicting displacements of (a) a sloping ground, (b) a free face, of a ground (c) with and (d) without slope and free face, and their prediction performances were compared with those of the existing models.
Citation Formats
N. Hasancebi, R. ULUSAY, and K. Ö. Çetin, “A New Empirical Method to Predict Liquefaction-Induced Lateral Spread,” 2014, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/42096.