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XML Use of centrifuge experiments and discrete element analysis To model the reverse fault slip
Y.Y. Chang, C.J. Lee, W.C. Huang, W.J. Huang, M.L. Lin, W.Y. Hung, Y. H. Lin
XML Feasibility study of fault rupture deviation by slurry wall
M. Fadaee, M.K. Jafari, M. Kamalian, M. Moosavi, A. Shafiee
XML Evaluation of lateral spreading utilizing artificial neural network and genetic programming
M. H. Baziar, A. Saeedi Azizkandi
XML Influence of soil setup on shaft resistance variations of driven piles: Case study
I. Hosseinzadeh Attar, K. Fakharian
XML Numerical modeling of reverse fault rupture propagation through clayey embankments
M. Mortazavi Zanjani, A. Soroush
XML Shakedown method versus pseudostaic method for seismic slope stability
F. Askari, M. R. Arvin, O. Farzaneh
XML Evaluation of the effect of induced vibration on early age lightweinght air-trapped soil
Kwang-Suek Oh, Tae-Hyung Kim
XML Seismic ground response analysis of unsaturated soil deposits
M. Biglari, I. Ashayeri
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