Pipe-soil Interaction during Transverse Permanent Ground Deformation

Moon Kyum Kim, Yun Mook Lim, Tae Wook Kim, Sung Hee Chang

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Abstract

In this study, the applicability of currently used interaction force and previously proposed analytical relationship for the response analysis of buried pipeline subjected to transverse permanent ground deformation (PGD) due to liquefaction is evaluated. Based on meaningful contemplation, the improvement of interaction force and proposition of analytical relationship is made. Improved interaction force includes various patterns of PGD or spatial distributions of interaction force caused by the decrease of soil stiffness, and proposed relationship based on improved formula is applicable without regard to the width of PGD. Through the comparison of numerical results by use of commercial FEM program, the rational applicability of proposed relationship is objectively confirmed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages967-976
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2003 Nov 20
EventProceedings of the Sixth U.S. Conference and Workshop on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering - Long Beach, CA, United States
Duration: 2003 Aug 102003 Aug 13

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OtherProceedings of the Sixth U.S. Conference and Workshop on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering
CountryUnited States
CityLong Beach, CA
Period03/8/1003/8/13

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Kim, M. K., Lim, Y. M., Kim, T. W., & Chang, S. H. (2003). Pipe-soil Interaction during Transverse Permanent Ground Deformation. 967-976. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Sixth U.S. Conference and Workshop on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering, Long Beach, CA, United States.
Kim, Moon Kyum ; Lim, Yun Mook ; Kim, Tae Wook ; Chang, Sung Hee. / Pipe-soil Interaction during Transverse Permanent Ground Deformation. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Sixth U.S. Conference and Workshop on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering, Long Beach, CA, United States.10 p.
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2003. 967-976 Paper presented at Proceedings of the Sixth U.S. Conference and Workshop on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering, Long Beach, CA, United States.

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