Limit analysis of seismic ground motion by a rigid body-spring model.

T. Kawamoto, Yasuaki Ichikawa, T. Hirano

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Abstract

A rigid body-spring model whose formula of stiffness is revised from the original model proposed by Kawai is applied to some dynamic analyses of geotechnical structures. The governing equation of motion with damping effects is derived from the virtual work principle. This model can easily represent progressive and discontinuous failure process of structures. Response characteristics of this model are clarified, then several numerical examples are presented.-Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNumerical methods in geomechanics. Proc. 4th international conference, Edmonton, 1982. Volume 1
EditorsZ. Eisenstein
PublisherBalkema
Pages383-391
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 1982
Externally publishedYes

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limit analysis
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damping
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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Kawamoto, T., Ichikawa, Y., & Hirano, T. (1982). Limit analysis of seismic ground motion by a rigid body-spring model. In Z. Eisenstein (Ed.), Numerical methods in geomechanics. Proc. 4th international conference, Edmonton, 1982. Volume 1 (pp. 383-391). Balkema.

Limit analysis of seismic ground motion by a rigid body-spring model. / Kawamoto, T.; Ichikawa, Yasuaki; Hirano, T.

Numerical methods in geomechanics. Proc. 4th international conference, Edmonton, 1982. Volume 1. ed. / Z. Eisenstein. Balkema, 1982. p. 383-391.

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Kawamoto, T, Ichikawa, Y & Hirano, T 1982, Limit analysis of seismic ground motion by a rigid body-spring model. in Z Eisenstein (ed.), Numerical methods in geomechanics. Proc. 4th international conference, Edmonton, 1982. Volume 1. Balkema, pp. 383-391.
Kawamoto T, Ichikawa Y, Hirano T. Limit analysis of seismic ground motion by a rigid body-spring model. In Eisenstein Z, editor, Numerical methods in geomechanics. Proc. 4th international conference, Edmonton, 1982. Volume 1. Balkema. 1982. p. 383-391
Kawamoto, T. ; Ichikawa, Yasuaki ; Hirano, T. / Limit analysis of seismic ground motion by a rigid body-spring model. Numerical methods in geomechanics. Proc. 4th international conference, Edmonton, 1982. Volume 1. editor / Z. Eisenstein. Balkema, 1982. pp. 383-391
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