Kumar, A. and Srinivas, B.V. (2017), Easy to Use Empirical Correlations for Liquefaction and No Liquefaction Conditions, Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, doi:10.1007/s10706-017-0183-2

Considerable damages during an earthquake (EQ) are the consequence of in-situ soil losing its shear strength which is popularly known as liquefaction. A number of methodologies are available to quantify the safety of a site against liquefaction occurrence. Widely accepted recent methodologies follow iterative process making it cumbersome for the field engineer. In the present […]

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