Table of contents for Soil behaviour in earthquake geotechnics / Kenji Ishihara.

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1. Characteristics of dynamics problems
2. Characteristic changes in cyclic stress in typical dynamic loading environments
3. Methods of representing stress-strain relations in cyclic loading
4. Apparatus and procedures for laboratory tests
5. In-situ survey by wave propagation
6. Low-amplitude shear moduli
7. Strain-dependency of modulus and damping
8. Effect of loading speed and stiffness degradation of cohesive soils
9. Strengths of cohesive soils under transient and cyclic loading conditions
10. Resistance of sand to cyclic loading
11. Sand behaviour in monotonic loading
12. Evaluation of liquefaction resistance by in-situ soundings
13. Analysis of liquefaction
14. Settlement in sand deposits following liquefaction
15. Flow and on-flow conditions and residual strength
16. Onset condition for liquefaction and consequent flow
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Soil dynamics.
Earthquake engineering.