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Hazarika, Hemanta

Geotechnical Hazards from Large Earthquakes and Heavy Rainfalls

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Table of contents

Part I. Keytopics on Earthquake and Rainfall Induced Geohazards

1. Initial Trigger for Slope Failures in Volcanic Ash Layer of Hillside Surface in Izu-Oshima Island in Japan Due to a Typhoon Rainfall in 2013
Akihiko Wakai, Satoshi Goto

2. A Case Study on Silty Sand Liquefaction
Wei F. Lee, Luois Y. N. Ge

3. Bearing Capacity of Breakwater Mound Under Tsunami-Induced Seepage Flow
H. Takahashi, S. Sassa, Y. Morikawa, D. Takano

Part II. Earthquake Induced Liquefaction and Countermeasures

4. Verification of Improvement Effectiveness by Compaction Methods During the 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake
Kenji Harada, Jun Ohbayashi, Yuichi Taguchi

5. Development of Rational Soil Liquefaction Countermeasure Consisting of Lattice-Shaped Soil Improvement by Jet Grouting for Existing Housing Estates
Takahiro Yamauchi, Hiroaki Tezuka, Yoshimichi Tsukamoto

6. Uplift Mechanism of Rectangular Tunnel in Liquefied Soils
Chung-Jung Lee, Yue-Chen Wei, Wen-Ya Chuang, Wen-Yi Hung, Wen-Lung Wu, Tai-Yuan Ho

7. Seismic Response of Geosynthetic Reinforced Earth Embankment on Different Soil Foundation
Wen-Yi Hung, Chung-Jung Lee

8. Development of a New In-place Cement-Mixing Method by High-Pressure Injection
Hiroaki Tezuka, Takahiro Yamauchi, Fumio Tatsuoka

9. Use of Swedish Weight Sounding Tests for Detecting Liquefiable Backfills Reclaimed in Iron Sand Mining Pits in Asahi City of Chiba in Japan
Yoshimichi Tsukamoto, Shohei Kawabe, Shigeru Kanemitsu

10. GIS-Based Study on Liquefaction-Induced Soil Subsidence in the Urayasu Area Due to the 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake
Rama Mohan Pokhrel, Takashi Kiyota

11. Effects of Non-plastic Fines on Undrained Cyclic Behavior of Loose Sand
Yolanda Alberto-Hernandez, Ikuo Towhata

12. An Investigation on the Liquefaction-Induced Sloped Ground Failure During the 1964 Niigata Earthquake
Gabriele Chiaro, Junichi Koseki, Takashi Kiyota

13. Laboratory Experiments on Seepage in Liquefied Sand
Tzou-Shin Ueng, Zih-Fang Wang

14. Effects of Cyclic Triaxial Loading Rates on Liquefaction Behavior of Fine-Grained Soils
Ya-Han Hsu, Louis Ge, Meng-Heng Chiang

15. Effect of Gravel Content on Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity in Sand
Tsung-Yuan Wang, Li-Ling Lin, Yi-Zhi Tsai

16. Effects of Overconsolidation, Cement Stabilisation, and Unsaturation on the Liquefaction Resistance of Urayasu Sand
Shotaro Hagiwara, Yoshimichi Tsukamoto, Shohei Kawabe

Part III. Landslides, Slope Failures and Debris Flows

17. Loessial Landslides Induced by the Minxian–Zhangxian Ms6.6 Earthquake of China in 2013
L. M. Wang, Q. Wang, Z. J. Wu, A. L. Che

18. Numerical Simulation of Run-Out Behavior of Earthquake-Induced Landslides
Meei-Ling Lin, Ching-Ya Huang

19. The Geometric Characteristics and Initiation Mechanisms of the Earthquake-Triggered Daguangbao Landslide
J. J. Dong, C. C. Tsao, C. M. Yang, W. J. Wu, C. T. Lee, M. L. Lin, W. F. Zhang, X. J. Pei, G. H. Wang, R. Q. Huang

20. Centrifuge Modeling of Relationships Between Earthquake Intensities and Scales of Post-quake Triggering Rainfall and Landslide
M. H. Wu, J. P. Wang, J. C. Yeh

21. Time-Prediction Method of the Onset of a Rainfall-Induced Landslide Based on the Monitoring of Surface Displacement and Groundwater Level in the Slope
Katsuo Sasahara

22. Typhoon Rainfall Induces Slope Creep, Groundwater Variation, and Slope Movement
C. J. Jeng, C. Y. Yang, J. H. Lin

23. Topographic Characteristic of the Rainfall-Inducing Landslide in Slate Stratum—Case of Ai-Liao Catchment, South Taiwan
Tien-Chien Chen, Ping-Yuan Jhang, Huei-Jing Ciou

24. Site Investigation and In Situ Testing on Shallow Landslide Scars of Natural Slopes Covered by Volcanic Ash and Pumice Fall
Kentaro Yamamoto, Yukiyoshi Teramoto, Mizuki Hira, Katsuhisa Nagakawa

25. Overhaul the Anchored Slopes in Taiwan
Hung-Jiun Liao, Shih-Hao Cheng

26. A Study by Field Measurement and Numerical Simulation About Rainfall Seepage Mechanism in Case of Torrential Rainfall
Toru Danjo, Tomofumi Koyama, Hideki Nakamura, Yuto Tsuruzawa, Naoki Fukuyama

27. Numerical Simulation for the Earthquake-Induced Deformation of a Residential Land Slope Reinforced with Landslide Prevention Piles
Taisuke Watanabe, Akihiko Wakai, Takayuki Fukazu, Ryo Obuchi, Tomohiro Mori, Shingo Sato

28. Centrifuge Model Test on Slope Reinforcement by Rock Bolt with Facing Plate
Shion Nakamoto, Jiro Takemura

29. Numerical Simulation of Post-Entrainment Debris Flow at Alluvial Fan Using FLO-2D Model
Zheng Han, Guangqi Chen, Yange Li, Linrong Xu, Fusong Fan

30. Photomicrograph Investigation of Rock Thin Sections Taken from Landslides Scree by the Eastern Honshu Earthquake, 2008
Tsuneo Ohsumi

31. An Extension to Weiler–Atherton Clipping Algorithm for the Face-to-Face Contact in Three-Dimensional Discrete Element Method
H. Zhang, G. Chen, S. G. Liu, P. D. Jing, Z. Han

32. Application of Three-Dimensional Discontinuous Deformation Analysis to Simulate Characteristics of Planar Translational Slope Failure
P. D. Jing, G. Chen, H. Zhang, W. Wang

Part IV. Evaluation and Mitigation of Geohazards

33. Hazard Mapping for Earthquake-Induced Geo-disaster Chain
Guangqi Chen, Yanan Fan, Yange Li

34. Monitoring Techniques for Sediment Disaster in Mountant Area
Lin Bing Shyan, Lien Hei Pan, Liu Yi Chen, Li Cheng Yang, Chen Ping Sen

35. Seismic Performance of Piles from EQWEAP and Monte Carlo Simulation Analyses
D. W. Chang, Y. H. Lin, C. H. Liu, S. C. Chu, H. C. Chao

36. The Overflow Model Experiment Using the Waterway for Examining the Countermeasure Effect Against the Tsunami-Induced Tide Embankment Scouring
Tomohiro Mori, Hiroaki Kabuki, Motoki Kazama, Peter K. Hutapea, Jongkwan Kim, Ryuji Sakamoto, Koujirou Takao

37. Analysis of a Coastal Structure Damaged Due to Compound Effect of Earthquake and Tsunami
H. Hazarika, T. Hara, K. Kuribayashi, S. Kuroda, T. Nishi, H. Furuichi, K. Takezawa, T. Ohsumi

38. An Example of the Restoration Method of Levees Damaged by the Great East Japan Earthquake
Tohru Yanagihata, Osamu Nakayama, Yasushi Sasaki, Ryosuke Uzuoka, Tetsuya Nakamura

39. Remediation of a Failed Slope Located at Fault Fracture Zone
San-Shyan Lin, Jen-Cheng Liao, Sheng-Der Yang, Li-Yuan Huang

40. Case Study of Using the Low-Pressure Grouting Method to Uplift a Tilted Building
C. J. Kuo, Y. K. Lin, S. C. Shieh, C. H. Chen

41. A Study on the Bio-treatment Technique of Ground Improvement with Urease Microorganisms Which Live in Japan
Seiji Kano, Takeo Moriwaki, Kyohei Ochi

42. Behavior of Breakwater Foundation Reinforced with Steel Sheet Piles Under Seismic Loading
Babloo Chaudhary, Hemanta Hazarika, Naoya Monji, Kengo Nishimura, Ryohei Ishikura, Kiyonobu Kasama

43. Shaking Table Model Tests on Mitigation of Liquefaction-Induced Distortion of Shallow Foundation
Rouzbeh Rasouli, Ikuo Towhata, Hadrien Rattez

44. Study on the Effect of Union Basement on Decreasing Destruction During Liquefaction
G. Liu, R. Ishikura, N. Yasufuku, K. Kasama, N. Matsuo

Part V. Piles and Retaining Walls

45. Analysis of the Lateral Force on Stabilizing Piles in c-φ Soil
Yi He, Hemanta Hazarika, Noriyuki Yasufuku, Ryohei Ishikura

46. Application of Close-Range Photogrammetry for Post-Failure Reconnaissance of a Retaining Wall
Yung-Yen Ko, Jen-Yu Han, Jun-Yun Chou

47. Seismic Response of a Newly Developed Geocell-Reinforced Soil Retaining Wall Backfilled with Gravel by Shaking Table Model Test
Han Xinye, Mera Tomoharu, Katagiri Toshihiko, Kiyota Takashi

48. Ultimate Lateral Resistance of Piles in Soils Based on Active Pile Length
Mary Roxanne Aglipay, Kazuo Konagai, Takashi Kiyota, Hiroyuki Kyokawa

49. Effect of Backfill Reinforcement on Retaining Wall Under Dynamic Loading
Babloo Chaudhary, Hemanta Hazarika, A. Murali Krishan

50. Numerical Study on the Seismic Response of Waterfront Retaining Wall Reinforced with Cushion
Amizatulhani Abdullah, Hemanta Hazarika, Noriyuki Yasufuku, Ryohei Ishikura

51. Factors Controlling the Behavior of Piled Foundations Due to Cyclic Lateral Loading
Mahmoud F. Awad-Allah, Noriyuki Yasufuku, A. H. Abdel-Rahman

52. Centrifugal Model Loading Tests on Reinforced Soil Retaining Wall with Groundwater Permeation
Makoto Kobayashi, Kinya Miura, Takeharu Konami

53. Horizontal Pressure on a Non-yielding Wall Due to Flexible and Rigid Strip Loading
Yung-Show Fang, Chia-Pei Lin, Cheng Liu

Part VI. Other Related Topics

54. Matric Suction and Shear Modulus of Unsaturated Compacted Lateritic Soil Subjected to Drying and Wetting
Horn-Da Lin, Cheng-Chun Wang, Johnson H. S. Kung

55. A Constant-Head Well Permeameter Measurement of Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity in the Vadose Zone and the Capabilities of Carbon Dioxide Injection
Makoto Nishigaki, Sten-Magnus Mostek

56. Remediation of Volcanic Ash Soil in Related to Soil Erodibility Against the Heavy Rainfall
Rina Devnita, Ridha Hudaya, Rija Sudirja, Ade Setiawan, Mega F. Rosana, Hemanta Hazarika

57. Structural Pattern’s Effects on the Tensile Properties of Hexagonal Wire Meshes (12cm×15cm)
Chiwan Hsieh, Zhi-Yao Cai, In-Wei Liu

Keywords: Engineering, Geoengineering, Foundations, Hydraulics, Natural Hazards, Geotechnical Engineering & Applied Earth Sciences

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
23 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9784431562054
Printed ISBN
978-4-431-56203-0

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