Zemin araştırmaları ve yüzey zeminlerinin karakterize edilerek belgelendirilmesi Türkiye Afet Yönetim Sisteminin İyileştirilmesi Projesi TUR 94 006

2002-1-01
Çetin, Kemal Önder
Gülkan, Hakkı Polat
Bakır, Bahadır Sadık
Gülkan, P
Soyoz , S
Yılmaz, MT
Ozan, C

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In this thesis primarily structural induced liquefaction potential was aimed to be analyzed. Also the effect of base isolation systems both on structural performance and liquefaction potential was studied. FLAC software was chosen for the analyses so that structure and soil could be modeled together. By these means the soil structure interaction effects were also examined. Four different structures and three different sites were analyzed under two different input motions. All the structures were also analyz...
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Vertical and inclined soil nails under footings as settlement ا reducing elements is investigated using a physical 1g model in the laboratory. Nails are not connected to footing, they are not so long and vertical settlement of nails is very large compared to usual limits encountered for piles or micropiles. Following the settlement of footing, they share the load together with the footing. The skin friction is mostly mobilized and end-bearing failure occurs continuously during the settlement. The system of ...
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Earthquakes are among the most destructive natural disasters affecting urban populations. Structural damage caused by the earthquakes varies depending not only on the seismic source and propagation properties but also on the soil properties. The amplitude and frequency content of seismic shear waves reaching the earth’s surface is dependent on local soil conditions. It is well known that the soft sediments on top of hard bedrock can greatly amplify the ground motion and cause severe structural damage. When ...
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K. Ö. Çetin et al., Zemin araştırmaları ve yüzey zeminlerinin karakterize edilerek belgelendirilmesi Türkiye Afet Yönetim Sisteminin İyileştirilmesi Projesi TUR 94 006. 2002.