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The following projects have already been completed using our facilities.






Steel Pile Jacket Seismic Soil Structure Interaction Study, Bruce Kutter
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Shallow Bridge Foundations in Liquefying Soils, Bruce Kutter
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Modeling the Nonlinear, Effective Stress Seismic Response of Deep Silt Deposits, Stephan Dickenson
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Centrifuge Testing for Seismic Retrofit of BART Offshore Transbay Tube, Bruce L. Kutter
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Development of Improved Procedures for a Seismic Design for Buried or Partially Buried Structures, Nicholas Sitar
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NEESR-GC: Seismic Risk Mitigation for Ports, Glenn Rix
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NEESR-II: Towards Developing an Engineering Procedure for Evaluating Building Performance on Softened Ground, Jonathan Bray
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SGER: Development and Verification of In-flight Grouted Helical Pier Placement Technique for Use in Foundation Rehabilitation Investigations, Hutchison
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Pile Foundations in Liquefied and Laterally Spreading Ground, Kohji Tokimatsu
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STAP13: Design Guidelines for Foundation Rocking of Bridge Piers, Stephen Mahin
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Inertial and Kinematic Load Combinations on Pile Foundations in Liquefying and Laterally Spreading Abutments, Ross Boulanger
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Effect of Ground Deformations and Liquefaction on Bridges, Ross Boulanger
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Collaborative Research: Dynamic Behavior of Slickensided Surfaces, J. M. Duncan
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Collaborative Research: Demonstration of NEES for Studying Soil-Foundation-Structure Interaction, Sharon Wood
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Performance of Shallow Foundations, Bruce L. Kutter
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Effects of Void Redistribution on Liquefaction Flow of Layered Soils, Bruce L. Kutter
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Performance of Improved Ground Under Strong Seismic Loading , Sitar
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Modeling of the Seismic Performance of Waterfront Embankment-Pile Wharf Systems, Stephen Dickenson
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Centrifuge Characterization and Numerical Modeling of the Dynamic Properties of Tire Shreds for use as Bridge Abutment Backfill, Jeremic
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Centrifuge Modeling of Cyclic Mobility and Lateral Spreading,
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Comprehensive Investigation of Nonlinear Site Response: Collaborative Research with UC San Diego and UC Davis, Elgamal
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Rockfill Dams, Bruce L. Kutter
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Seawalls II, Bruce L. Kutter
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CAREER: Soil Improvement for Mitigating Liquefaction Hazards to Waterfront Retaining Structures, Stephen Dickenson
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Centrifuge Model Studies of the Seismic Response of Reinforced Soil Slopes, Nicholas Sitar
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Behavior of Piles in Laterally Spreading Ground During Earthquakes, Ross Boulanger
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Seismic Response of LNG Production Facility Structures, Bruce L. Kutter
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Dynamic Centrifuge Testing of Reinforced Soil Walls, Raj V. Siddharthan
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Settlement, Sliding, and Liquefaction Remediation of Layered Soil, Bruce L. Kutter
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The Response of Piles During Earthquake: Dynamic Soil-Pile -Superstructure Interaction, Bruce L. Kutter
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Centrifuge Modeling of the Seismic Performance of Seawalls for Man-made Islands, Bruce L. Kutter
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Nonlinear Seismic Behavior of Cylindrical Earth Retaining Wall in Liquefiable Sandy Gravel, Bruce L. Kutter
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