Proceedings of the Deep Mixing 2015 Conference, (DFI)
Effect of Grid-Form Deep Mixing Walls to Prevent Liquefaction Damage of Small Houses
Shoichi Tsukuni, Takenaka Civil Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd., Japan; Akihiko Uchida, Takenaka Corporation, Japan; Kazuo Konishi, Takenaka Civil Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd., Japan
In order to investigate the effect of grid-form deep mixing walls as a countermeasure for liquefaction damage to roads and private houses in Urayasu, Japan, three dynamic centrifuge model tests were conducted. Urayasu is located in the Tokyo Bay area, and private houses in the city incurred severe damage due to liquefaction during the 2011 Tohoku earthquake. In grid-form deep mixing walls design, the distance between grid-form walls is critical to prevent liquefaction. This study clarifies the relationship between the settlement of private houses and the distance between grid-form walls under the conditions that exist in Urayasu.
|article #2037; publication #1013 (DM-2015)|