Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
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Raw data (CSV) obtained from torsional shear tests
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These are the records and associated hazard data used for assessing the q-factors. 1) medium_record_set.rar: The ground motions and metadata for 3 medium seismicity European sites with PGA of ag=0.15g 2) high_record_set.rar: The ground motions and metadata for 3 high seismicity European sites with PGA of ag=0.30g 3) HZ_INNOSEIS.xlsx: The corresponding hazard curves for the 6 sites in terms of AvgSa
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The data files contain the numerical code implemented to generate the strain amplitude spectrum required in the proposed frequency-dependent equivalent linear method.
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Cyclic triaxial Testing data belonging to tests performed on a nonplastic silt. Initial relative density of specimens ranged from 30% to 80%.
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A 6-storey model frame weighs 5.4kg made of aluminum strips, acrylic glass and timber boards is mounted on a mechatronic base isolation system. It composes of two linear steel rails and sliding blocks, which can be switched on and off by a control unit via two solenoids. Data is filtered using 6th order Butterworth filter in MATLAB. Test equipment: Shake Table: Quanser Shake Table II Accelerometers: IMI Sensors model 601C03 Data acquisition: National Instrument NI9234
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Two the strongest 6-dof ground motion records from Perron et al. (https://doi.org/10.1785/0220170125) dataset. The records have been obtained at ROAN site (vs,30 = 250 m/s) on Kefalonia Island in Greece. Event "20141108_231542" from November 8th 2014. Epicentral distance 9.2 km (source depth 18.4 km). Modified Intensity VII, PGVhor = 18.4 cm/s. Event "20151117_071007" from November 17th 2015. Epicentral distance 56.23 km (source depth 10.7 km). Modified Intensity V, PGVhor = 14.6 cm/s. Original records were truncated and detrended. Rotational accelerations were obtained from original rotation rates of the 'R1' sensor by numerical differentiations. The plus signs of translational components are toward the North (N-S component), toward the East (E-W component), Up (Z component) Rotational components plus signs are accordingly with right-hand rule. Analyses on the two records can be found in the paper by Bonkowski et al. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soildyn.2018.10.026) When the results are used in future publications please quote the above publication together with: Perron V, Hollender F, Mariscal A, Theodoulidis N, Andreou C, Bard P-Y, et al. Accelerometer, Velocimeter Dense‐Array, and Rotation Sensor Datasets from the Sinaps@ Postseismic Survey (Cephalonia 2014–2015 Aftershock Sequence). Seismological Reseach Letters, 2018, vol.89, pp.678–87 doi:10.1785/0220170125. Where more information can be found.
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In this files, some useful information about the case studies are provided. The headlines of provided informations are introduced as below: 1. Crosss Section of the dams (Cross section & Materials); {These figures are related to the tables 1 & 5 in the paper} 2. Static factor of safety (F.S & Figure);{The details are introduced in the main paper, Table 5} 3. Yield acceleration and related sliding block (Ky & Figure);{The details are introduced in the main paper, Table 5} 4. Site & Fault Orientation 5. All motions Recorded in the Dam site During related earthquake (The related earthquakes are introduced in the main paper, Table 1) 6. Initial main Record (The initial record which was utilized as input record for all analysis of each case; Note that some of them should be scaled as mentioned in table 2) (Note that, all the related references are introduced in the paper)
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Data refer to the first case study presented in the paper (synchronous data). The two videos present the particle motion on the horizontal plane for the points P1 and P2 (data are filtered with a 8.37 and 12.40Hz Gaussian filter, respectively): 1) The 8.37 Hz flexural mode responsible for an oscillation along the EW axis (8.37HZ_flexural_mode.mp4); 2) The 12.40 Hz torsional mode (12.40Hz_torsional_mode.mp4).
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