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A great deal of research has been performed in the last ten years in the area of dynamic geotechnical centrifuge testing. The progress made is reviewed, with particular reference to papers presented at this Symposium, problem areas are identified, and suggestions are made to clarify some of the difficulties.
soil, dynamic testing, centrifuge, earthquake
Hayman Professor of Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA