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  • Building Deformation Prediction Based on Ground Surface

    Oct 10, 2018 · M. Son and E. J. Cording, "Estimation of building damage due to excavation-induced ground movements," Journal of Geotechnical and Geo-Environmental Engineering, vol. 131, no. 2, pp. 162–177, 2005. View at: Publisher Site | Google Scholar

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  • Estimation of building damage due to excavation-induced

    BUILDING RESPONSE TO EXCAVATION-INDUCED SETTLEMENT

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  • A simplified estimation of excavation-induced ground

    Moreover, building settlement due to dewatering is about 25–70% of the total building settlement. Dewatering and basement excavation-induced building settlement is in a range of 0.07% H to 0.15%

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  • Assessment of building damage due to excavation …

    Estimation of building damage due to excavation-induced ground movements. Building damage due to excavation-induced ground movement is evaluated using a damage criterion based on the average state of strain in the distorting portion of the structure, and by considering the effect of building shear stiffness on the distortions imposed by the ground settlement profile.

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  • Estimation of building damage due to excavation-induced

    BUILDING RESPONSE TO EXCAVATION-INDUCED SETTLEMENT

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  • Ground Loss | Geotechnical Software GEO5 | Fine

    The program predicts ground movements with such precision that it is now possible to use the results to estimate financial compensation for damage induced by tunneling. Its accuracy is sufficient for the preparation of contract documents and for use by contractors bidding for tunnel construction.

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  • Response of framed buildings to excavation-induced …

    damage to a number of buildings together with the observa-tions from full-scale model tests (Burland et al., 1977). Since then, these equations have been re-written and are now the basis for estimating the potential building damage caused by tunnelling- and excavation-induced deformations. The procedure for building damage assessment, outlined

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  • Excavation Induced Building Response by Laminate Beam …

    Building damage adjacent to any kind of excavation (Figure 1) is a major design consideration in urban areas. In spite of support system, excavation leads to some ground movements and any building within the zone of influence is likely to be affected. It is hence necessary to predict building damage for preventing any adverse effect due to

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  • (PDF) Numerical Modelling, Monitoring, and Field

    Through around the excavation and cause any building hold by the the evaluation of building response to ground movement, a affected ground to distort, and possibly sustain damage. variety of parameters can be used to quantify building Therefore, a major concern during …

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  • Estimation of Building Damage Due to Excavation …

    Assessment of building damage due to excavation-induced

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  • EFFECTS OF LIQUEFACTION-INDUCED GROUND …

    Excavation surveys after the quake showed that this was the case for some pile heads. Integrity sonic testing further suggested that failures might have occurred at some depths other than pile heads. These findings indicate that the effects of liquefac-tion-induced ground movements on piles should be prop-

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  • Assessment of Excavation-Induced Building Damage | Request PDF

    Building damage due to excavation-induced ground movement is evaluated using a damage criterion based on the average state of strain in the distorting portion of the structure, and by considering

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  • (PDF) Numerical Modelling, Monitoring, and Field

    Through around the excavation and cause any building hold by the the evaluation of building response to ground movement, a affected ground to distort, and possibly sustain damage. variety of parameters can be used to quantify building Therefore, a major concern during …

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  • 339. Massarsch, K.R and Fellenius, B.H., 2014. Part 1

    Damage Category (IV) comprises building damage caused by dynamic effects in the building itself and is the only damage category, which is normally considered in vibration standards. 2.2 Influence of Building Foundation Ground conditions play an important role when assessing the risk of damage due to pile-driving induce vibrations.

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  • The Impact of Construction Vibration on Adjacent Structures

    Direct vibration damage is caused by vibration energy transmitted to the foundation through direct contact with the bearing soils. Ground vibrations travel most often, in construction, as surface waves. This type of wave decreases in magnitude, or attenuates, with …

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  • Predicting damage to buildings from excavation- induced

    This paper presents an overview of methods that can be used to predict damage to buildings as a result of excavation-induced ground movements. To make such a prediction, estimates are needed of the distributions of ground movements at the support level of a building foundation. These estimates can be made based on semiempirical methods or results of finite element analyses.

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  • Evaluation of Ground Movements Caused by TBM Tunneling …

    - Based on strains induced in Building - Correlate strains to limiting strains and a extent of likely damages to building and required repair and mitigation • Stage 3 - Modelling of buildings and ground and their interaction effects - Only for buildings assessed slight or higher damage categories in stage 2 …

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  • BUILDING RESPONSE TO EXCAVATION-INDUCED …

    Feb 01, 2021 · In the proposed method for soft soil ground conditions, the short-term excavation-induced settlement is derived using empirical expressions and long-term displacement is estimated by coupling empirically-derived relationships for excavation-induced groundwater drawdown with a soil stratification model and consolidation theory.

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  • Pile Driving Vibrations and Building Damage | Piling

    Jan 12, 2015 · Ground conditions play an important role when assessing the risk of damage due to pile-driving induced vibrations (see Figure 2). One example is a building on loose sand or silt. If the building is founded on uncompacted granular soil and the area has not previously been exposed to strong ground vibrations, the building is more prone to suffer

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  • Structural Reliability Analysis of Tunneling-Induced

    tunneling-induced ground settlement and building damage assessment using numerical methods. This analysis was presented at the 6th Asian-Pacific Symposium on Structural Reliability and its Applications (APSSRA6) on 2830 May 2016 in - Shanghai, China and has been slightly revised from its original version (Powers et al. 2016). 2.

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