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Id: 15340
Autor: Sequeira Gómez, Lenner.
Título: Estudio geofísico hidrogeológico para abastecimiento de agua a la ciudad de Estelí
Fonte: Tierra;3(5):12-3, dic. 1998.
Idioma: Es.
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Id: 14333
Autor: Esquivel B., Róger.
Título: Nuevas técnicas para el análisis del subsuelo
Fonte: In: Costa Rica. Universidad de Costa Rica. Escuela de Ingeniería Civil; Costa Rica. Colegio de Ingenieros Civiles. 4=cuarto Seminario de ingeniería estructural. San José, Costa Rica. Universidad de Costa Rica. Oficina de Publicaciones, feb. 1989. p.259-67, ilus.
Idioma: Es.
Conferência: Apresentado em: Seminario de Ingeniería Estructural, 4, San José, 1-3 dic. 1988.
Resumo: Se presenta en este trabajo una revisión de las técnicas disponibles en el país y su metodología como es la penetración estándar. Posteriormente se exponen las nuevas tecnologías desarrolladas para el "estudio in situ" del subsuelo y su incidencia en los costos de las obras.(AU)
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Id: 14091
Autor: Argentina. Ministerio de Desarrollo Social y Medio Ambiente. Secretaría de Desarrollo Sustentable y Política Ambiental.
Título: Metodologías : Monitoreo de agua y sedimentos en cursos superficiales y de suelos afectados por contaminantes de origen industrial.
Fonte: s.l; Argentina. Ministerio de Desarrollo Social y Medio Ambiente. Secretaría de Desarrollo Sustentable y Política Ambiental; s.f. 170 p. tab.
Idioma: Es.
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Id: 12130
Autor: Costa Rica. Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR). Programa de Ingeniería Sísmica.
Título: Evaluación del impacto ingenieril de un terremoto en la península de Nicoya : Informe final.-v.1
Fonte: San José; Costa Rica. Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR). Programa de Ingeniería Sísmica; set. 1999. [100] p. ilus.
Idioma: Es.
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Id: 11853
Autor: Sontoya, Miguel A.
Título: Estudios del subsuelo en el valle de México.
Fonte: México, D.F; México. Sistema Nacional de Protección Civil. Centro Nacional de Prevención de Desastres (CENAPRED); feb. 1996. 91 p. ilus, tab. (Cuadernos de Investigación, 34).
Idioma: Es.
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Id: 11103
Autor: Basöz, Nesrin I; Kiremidjian, Anne S.
Título: Evaluation of bridge damage data from the Loma Prieta and Northridge, California earthquakes.
Fonte: Buffalo, N.Y; U.S. Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (MCEER); Jun. 1998. 167 p. ilus, tab. (Technical Report MCEER, 98-0004).
Idioma: En.
Resumo: This report presents the significant findings from a study of damage to bridges during the 1989 Loma Prieta and the 1994 Northridge, C A earthquakes. In both earthquakes, less than five percent of the bridges that were exposed to ground shaking were damaged. AS experienced in the past earthquakes, bridges with non-monolithic abutment types, discontinuous spans and single column bents performed poorly. High skew contributed to high damage levels. Data on bridge damage were compiled, reviewed and analyzed to correlate observed bridge damage to structural characteristics of bridge, ground motion levels and estimated repair cost. Damage states reported after the earthquakes were investigated and new damage state definitions for concrete bridges were proposed. bridges were grouped by their structural characteristics and correlation studies were perfomed to obtain ground motion-damage relationships and ground motion-repair cost ratio relationships. Logistic regression analysis was used to obtain empirical fragility curves. Currently available fragility curves and damage probability matrices were compared to observed damage data and the empirical relationships developed in this study (AU)
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Id: 11101
Autor: Leslie Youd, T.
Título: Screening guide for rapid assessment of liquefaction hazard at highway bridge sites.
Fonte: Buffalo, N.Y; U.S. Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (MCEER); Jun. 1998. 58 p. ilus, tab. (Technical Report MCEER, 98-0005).
Idioma: En.
Resumo: Liquefaction-induced ground and foundation displacement has been a major cause of earthquake damage to bridges. For example, during the great Alaskan earthquake of March 27, 1964, liquefaction-induced lateral ground displacement inflicted structural distress to 266 railway and highway bridges, collapsing about 20 and damaging many others beyond repair. This destruction primarily at river crossings, disrupted the surface transportation system in southern Alaska for many months after the earthquake. Numerous other occurrences of bridge damage or collapse have occurred around the world as a consequence of liquefaction. These types of deposits and terrain are highly vulnerable to liquefactionand lateral spread. Because of the high potential for bridge damage and consequent disruption to transportation systems evaluation of liquefaction hazard is a major part of any assessment of seismic hazard to highway systems As an aid to seismic hazard assessment this report provides a "screening guide" for systematic evaluation of liquefaction hazard at bridge sites and a guide for prioritizing sites for further investigation or mitigation. This guide is intended for use by highway engineers with experience in geotechnical engineering practice, but not necessarily specialized knowledge in seismic hazard evaluation. Only sites with significant hazard need tobe evaluated with the more sophisticated and time consuming-procedures. If there is clear evidence that liquefaction or damaging ground displacement are very unlikely, the site is classed as "low liquefaction hazard and and low priority for further investigation" and the evaluation is complete, or unclear, the site is classed as having possible liquefaction hazard and the screening proceeds to the next step. If the available site information is insufficient to complete a liquefaction hazard analysis, then simplified seismic, geologic and hidrologic criteria are used to prioritize the bridge site for further investigation (AU)
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Id: 9590
Autor: Backman, Karin; Jonsson, Annika; Nygren, Petra.
Título: In situ determination of soil permeability in Panama city : An attempt to determine the hydrogeological factor for the landslide hazard mapping.
Fonte: Panamá; Panamá. Lulea University of Technology; 1996. 74 p. ilus, mapas, tab.
Idioma: En.
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Id: 7311
Autor: Parra M., Denys; Aguilar B., Zenón; Ayquipa, Carmen; Alva Hurtado, Jorge E.
Título: Evaluación del potencial de licuación de suelos en la ciudad de Mayobamba
Fonte: In: Perú. Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería. Facultad de Ingeniería Civil; Perú. Centro Peruano Japonés de Investigaciones Sísmicas y Mitigación de Desastres. Conferencia nacional de ingeniería civil, 9. Ica, Perú. Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería. Facultad de Ingeniería Civil;Perú. Centro Peruano Japones de Investigaciones Sísmicas y Mitigación de Desastres, 1992. p.11-22, mapas, tab.
Idioma: Es.
Conferência: Apresentado em: Conferencia Nacional de Ingeniería Civil, 9, Ica, 14-20 sept. 1992.
Resumo: El presente estudio tiene el objetivo de analizar e identificar las zonas susceptibles a sufrir licuación en la ciudad de Moyobamba y comparar los resultados con los fenómeno ocurrido durante los sismos de 1990 y 1991. Se describe la metodología simplificada para evaluar el potencial de licuación de suelos, para lo cual son necesarias las propiedades del suelo, las que han sido determinadas a través de calicatas y sondajes de exploración de suelo como Ensayos de Penetración Estandar y Cono Holandés, ejecutados por el Laboratorio Geotécnico del CISMID, Con el sismo de diseño y la aceleración máxima en el sitio se evalúa el potencial de licuación en distintas zonas de Moyobamba. Se aprecia coincidencia de ocurrencia del fenómeno de licuación en los lugares susceptibles a éste (AU)
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Id: 6598
Autor: Kelson, Keith I; VanArsdale, Roy B; Simpson, Gary D; Lettis, William R.
Título: Late hologene episodes of deformation along the central reelfoot scarp, Lake County, Tennessee
Fonte: In: U.S. Central United States Earthquake Consortium (CUSEC). Hazard assessment preparedness, awareness, and public education emergency response and recovery socioeconomic and public policy impacts : Proceedings. Memphis, Tennessee, U.S. Central United States Earthquake Consortium (CUSEC), 1993. p.195-203, mapas.
Idioma: En.
Conferência: Apresentado em: <1993 = Mil novecientos noventa y tres> National Earthquake Conference : Earthquake Hazard Reduction in the Central and Eastern United States : A Time for Examination and Action, Memphis, Tennessee, 2-5 May 1993.
Resumo: This research is desinged to assess Holocene tectonic defornmation in the Lake County uplift region, and to evaluate the recurrence of large - magnitude earthquakes in the Central New Madrid seismic zone. A 90-m long trench across the central reelfoot scarp exposed fluvial levee and overbank deposits overlain by colluvial deposits at the base of the scarp. Liquefaction related features include unweathered sand dikes and sills that intrude into the fluvial deposits. We interpret that the sand dikes and sills are results of the A.D. 1811-12 earthquakes, and that the colluvial deposits along the scarp estimated that the time between the two most - recent earthquakes large enough to produce liquefaction and/or surface deformation along the scarp is about 200 to 600 years (AU)
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