Pile Pinning Effects on a Bridge Abutment in Laterally Spreading Ground during Earthquakes (NEES-2006-0205)

By Ross Boulanger

University of California, Davis, CA, United States

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Title: Pile Pinning Effects on a Bridge Abutment in Laterally Spreading Ground during Earthquakes (NEES-2006-0205)

Year Of Curation: 2011

Description: Three centrifuge tests were conducted at University of California at Davis to study pile pinning effects on bridge abutments over liquefied and laterally spreading ground.

Award: PEER Lifelines 65A0058

PIs & CoPIs: Ross Boulanger

Dates: February 28, 2005 to Present

Organizations: University of California, Davis, CA, United States

Facilities: University of California, Davis, CA, United States

Sponsor: PEER Lifelines - 65A0058

Keywords: Bridge Abutments,Lateral Spreading,Pile Pinning

Publications: 

D. Chang, "PILE PINNING EFFECTS ON A BRIDGE ABUTMENT IN LATERALLY SPREADING GROUND DURING EARTHQUAKES: CENTRIFUGE DATA REPORT FOR DDC03"

"PILE PINNING EFFECTS ON A BRIDGE ABUTMENT IN LATERALLY SPREADING GROUND DURING EARTHQUAKES: CENTRIFUGE DATA REPORT FOR UGU01"

"PILE PINNING EFFECTS ON A BRIDGE ABUTMENT IN LATERALLY SPREADING GROUND DURING EARTHQUAKES: CENTRIFUGE DATA REPORT FOR UGU02"

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  • Ross Boulanger (2017), "Pile Pinning Effects on a Bridge Abutment in Laterally Spreading Ground during Earthquakes (NEES-2006-0205)," https://datacenterhub.org/resources/14330.

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