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Geo-Vibrations, Dynamics, and Directional Effects

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A significant category of problems in soil dynamics involves estimation of damage or vibration levels at a point some distance from an energy source. Usually some kind of attenuation relations or geometrical prediction is adequate to give reasonable predictions, although these generally assume radial symmetry, which is frequently not appropriate. Some interesting examples of such case histories are described, including the use of “VibroSeis” trucks for geophysical exploration.

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