Published: Jan 1960
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Field experiments to determine dynamic soil characteristics, obtained either by sinusoidal or by impact excitation, yielded almost identical values. The results coincide rather closely with previously published theoretical considerations. The reasons for some inconsistencies, not accountable for at earlier tests, are discussed.
Bernhard, R. K.
Professor of Engineering Mechanics, Bureau of Engineering Research, Rutgers University, The State University, New Brunswick, N.J.
Paper ID: STP44329S