Pressuremeter test and foundation design.

Ozbay, Gursel


Pressure Measurement directed to wall adaptation for two-dimensional unsteady flows
Karasoy, Sartuk; Kavsaoğlu, Mehmet Ş.; Çıray, C.; Department of Aeronautical Engineering (1990)
Stress Scaling Factors for Seismic Soil Liquefaction Engineering Problems: A Performance-Based Approach
Çetin, Kemal Önder; Bilge, Habib Tolga (2013-06-19)
Most of the widely used seismic soil liquefaction triggering methods propose cyclic resistance ratio (CRR) values valid at the reference normal effective stress (sigma(v,0)') of one atmosphere and zero static shear stress (tau(st,0)) states. Then, a series of correction factors are applied on this reference CRR, for the purpose of assessing the variability due to normal effective and static shear stress states (i.e. K-sigma and K-alpha corrections) acting on the horizontal plane. In the literature, a number...
Stress resultants for wind girders in open-top cylindrical steel tanks
Zeybek, Ozer; Topkaya, Cem; Rotter, J. Michael (Elsevier BV, 2019-10-01)
Empty open-top cylindrical steel tanks are susceptible to buckling when subjected to external pressure due to wind or partial vacuum due to blocked vents. A "wind girder" is commonly used at the top of the tank wall to increase its strength against external pressure instability. The wind pressure varies around the circumference of the tank, but is relatively constant up its height. A series of cosine functions is typically used to describe the variation of wind pressure around the circumference. Expressions...
Stress comparison of flat slabs by finite element method.
Guvenen, Haldun; Department of Civil Engineering (1975)
Pressure prediction on a variable-speed pump controlled hydraulic system using structured recurrent neural networks
KILIÇ, Ergin; Dölen, Melik; Çalışkan, Hakan; Koku, Ahmet Buğra; Balkan, Raif Tuna (Elsevier BV, 2014-05-01)
This paper presents a study to predict the pressures in the cylinder chambers of a variable-speed pump controlled hydraulic system using structured recurrent neural network topologies where the rotational speed of the pumps, the position and the average velocity of the hydraulic actuator are used as their inputs. The paper elaborates the properties of such networks in extended time periods through detailed simulation- and experimental studies where black-box modeling approaches generally fail to yield accep...
Citation Formats
G. Ozbay, “Pressuremeter test and foundation design.,” Middle East Technical University, 1985.