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Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering in North America: The Last 40 Years
W. F. Marcusson III, W. D. Liam Finn, & R. H. Ledbetter. The 32nd Henry M. Shaw Lecture in Civil Engineering, presented to the College of Engineering, North Carolina State University. Traces the evolution of geotechnical earthquake engineering practice in North America from 1954 to 1994. The development of the state of the art has been shaped strongly by 4 areas of practice: assessment of seismic hazard, estimation of liquefaction potential, seismic response analysis of earth structures, & seismic safety evaluation & remediation of existing dams with potentially liquefiable zones. Evolution of practice in each of these areas is traced & the current state of the art is evaluated.
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