Cveen 6330 – Introduction to Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics



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CVEEN 6330 – Introduction to Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics

Dr. Steven F. Bartlett, Associate Professor


Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, University of Utah
122 South Central Campus Dr.
Salt Lake City, Utah  84112
bartlett@civil.utah.edu


General Class Information and Requirements


  • Adobe Acrobat Reader (Required to view documents.  Use this to download from the web.)

  • Syllabus

Lecture Notes (print and bring to class – except for Lectures 1 and 2)


  • Lecture 1a Introduction to Geotechnical Hazards 

  • Lecture1b Utah and Salt Lake Valley Seismic Hazards

  • Lecture 2 Structure of Earth, Plate Tectonics, Earthquake Intensity and Magnitude (ADDED p. 17)

  • Lecture 3 Strong Ground Motion

  • Lecture 4a 1-D Wave Propagation in an Infinite Elastic Medium

  • Lecture 4b 3-D Wave Propagation in an Elastic Medium 

  • Lecture 4c Wave Propagation in a Layered Medium 

  • Lecture 5 Harmonic Motion, Theory of Vibration, Equations of Motion for SDOF System

  • Lecture 6a Fourier Transforms and Non - Periodic Motion and Response of SDOF System

  • Lecture 6b Response Spectra and Design Spectra

  • Lecture 6c Design Spectra from Building Code - ASCE 7-05 Seismic Design Provisions

  • Lecture 7 Dynamic Properties of Soils from Laboratory and Field Tests

  • Lecture 8a 1-D Ground Response Analysis - Shake Analysis

  • Lecture 8b Development of Design Ground Motion for Soft Soils

  • Lecture 9a 2-D Ground Response Analysis - Crest Accelerations 

  • Lecture 9b 2-D Ground Response Analysis - Deformation Analysis

  • Lecture 9c  Advanced Techniques for Embankment Deformation Analysis

  • Lecture 10a Liquefaction (Triggering Analysis)

  • Lecture 10b Liquefaction (Settlement and Lateral Spread Analysis) 

Reading Assignments (Do not print)

Lecture 1 Introduction to Earthquake Hazards - Ch 1. Kramer 


  • Lecture 1 2004 EERI Presentation on Indonesian Earthquake and Tsunami

Lecture 2 introduction to Seismology and Geology - Ch. 2 Kramer


  • Lecture 2 The Dynamic Earth - USGS

  • Lecture 2 Wells and Coppersmith

  • Lecture 2 Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country (Intro. Earthquakes in Utah)

Lecture 3 engineering characterizaton of Strong Ground Motion and Deterministic Seismic Hazard Analysis - Ch. 3 and Ch 4.1 - 4.3 Kramer


  • Lecture 3 Development of Earthquake Instruments

  • Lecture 3 Introduction to Next Generation Attenuation (NGA) Relations

  • Lecture 3 Abrahamson and Silva Attenuation Relation

Lecture 4 introduction to Elastic Theory – wave propagation in rock and soil - Ch. 5 Kramer 

Lecture 5 introduction to response of structures, Vibratory Motion of SDOF System - Kramer - App. A.1 - A.2


  • Lecture 5  Theory of Vibration and Equations of Motion– Chopra

  • Lecture 5 Elastic Systems and Other Topics - Chopra

Lecture 6 The Response Spectra concept and its uses – Kramer App. A.3


  • Lecture 6  Introduction Building Code Concepts for Engineering Design

  • Lecture 6 ASCE 7-05 Seismic Provisions

Lecture 7   Characterization of the Dynamic Properties of Soils - Ch. 6 Kramer


  • Introduction to Field Methods

  • Standard Penetration Test (SPT)

  • Cone Penetrometer Test (CPT)

  • Down hole

  • Cross hole

  • SASW (Spectral Analysis of Surface Waves) – Overview

  • SASW (Theory)

  • SASW (Field Application)

Lecture 8  1d Ground Response Analysis of soils - Ch. 5.5.1, Ch. 7.1 - 7.2 Kramer

Lecture 9   2D Embankment Response and Deformation Analyses - Ch. 10.1 to 10.6.1.3 Kramer


  • Lecture 9a  Evolution of Dynamic Analysis

  • Lecture 9b Makidisi-Seed Deformation Analysis

Lecture 10   Liquefaction, Lateral Spread and Liquefaction Settlement - Ch. 9 Kramer


  • Lecture 10a NCEER Liquefaction Procedure

  • Lecture 10b Bartlett Youd Regression Model

  • Lecture 10c Bartlett Youd Regression Model update

  • Lecture 10d Tokimatsu and Seed Settlement Analysis 

Videos

Lecture 1


  • The Day the Earth Shook (Part 1)

  • The Day the Earth Shook (Part 2)

  • The Day the Earth Shook (Part 3)

  • 1995 Kobe Japan - Building collapse, damage to lifelines and fire

  • 1906 San Francisco Earthquake - Building collapse and fire

  • 1906 San Francisco Earthquake - Part 1

  • 1906 San Francisco Earthquake - Part 2

  • 1906 San Francisco Earthquake - Part 3

  • 1906 San Francisco Earthquake - Part 4

  • 1906 San Francisco Earthquake - Annotations

  • 1933 Long Beach Earthquake

  • 2004 Indonesian Earthquake - Tsunami Banda Aceh Indonesia – Part 1

  • 2004 Indonesian Earthquake – Tsunami Banda Aceh Indonesia – Part 2

  • 2004 Indonesian Earthquake - Tsunami Patong Beach

Lecture 2


  • San Andreas Fault - Strike Slip Fault

  • Los Angeles Fault System

  • Northridge Blind Thrust Fault

  • Elastic Rebound Theory

  • P and S Wave Arrival from Kobe Japan Earthquake

  • P and S Wave Arrival from Nisqually Washington Earthquake

Lecture 3


  • Importance of Duration

  • Trenching Studies

  • GPS and Earthquake Prediction

Lecture 4


  • P-Wave

  • S-Wave (Shear Wave)

  • Rayleigh Wave

  • Water Wave

  • Standing Wave

  • Reflection at hard (fixed) boundary

  • Reflection at soft (free) boundary

  • Soft to hard transition boundary

  • Hard to soft transition boundary

Lecture 5


  • 1 Transverse Node with 1 Degree of Freedom (Quicktime with Loop Turned On)

  • 2 Transverse Nodes with 2 Degrees of Freedom (Quicktime with Loop Turned On)

  • 3 Transverse Nodes with 3 Degrees of Freedom (Quicktime with Loop Turned On)

  • 4 Transverse Nodes with 4 Degrees of Freedom (Quicktime with Loop Turned On)

  • Resonance for Single Degree of Freedom System

  • Tacoma Narrows Bridge - Example of Resonance

  • Bridge Damage during North Ridge Earthquake

  • Weld Problems in Steel Frame Buildings

Lecture 10


  • 1964 Niigata Earthquake - Liquefaction

  • Liquefaction Settlement and Overturning 

Homework Assignments


  • Homework Assignment #1 (due 9/3/09 5:00 p.m)

  • Homework Assignment #2 (due 9/15/09 in class)

  • Homework Assignment #3 (due 9/22/09 in class) 

  • Homework Assignment #4 (due 10/1/09 in class)

  • Homework Assignment #5

  • Homework Assignment #6

  • Homework Assignment #7

  • Homework Assignment #8

  • Homework Assignment #9

  • Homework Assignment #10 

project – Graduate Students only

CVEEN 6330 Design Project


Misc





  • Homework 2 Example Problems

  • Homework 3 NGA Relations Excel Spreadsheet

  • Homework 4 Finite Difference Method

  • Seismosignal

  • Nonlin

  • Exam 1 – Example Exam

  • Homework 5 Example of Vibrations using MathCAD

  • Quake/W initial conditions file for HW#11

  • Exam 3 - Key

 

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