The effects of cyclic triaxial testing techniques on the liquefaction behavior of Monterey No. 0 sand
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30 percent Aver BEHAVIOR OF MONTEREY cause initial liquefaction chamber pressure Chief of Engineers cycles to initial cyclic stress ratio cyclic triaxial strength cyclic triaxial tests diameter dynamic strength Effect of tamping effective confining pressure high by 2.8 Horz initial effective confining liquefaction potential listed in Table loading wave form lower B-value Miscellaneous paper S-76-6 Moist Rodding Moist Moist Tamping Moist Mulilis nearly triangular loading number of cycles percent axial strain percent stronger performed on specimens performing undrained cyclic pore water pressure pounds mass prepared by moist procedure of variable Rect Rect Rect relative density required to cause Rodding Moist Rodding shear modulus simple shear sine wave specimens compacted specimens prepared specimens tested specimens were compacted stronger than specimens tamping foot Tamping Moist Tamping tamping rod test results tests were performed triangular loading wave TRIAXIAL TESTING TECHNIQUES undrained cyclic triaxial vacuum Waterways Experiment Station Yes Yes Yes