2016
DOI: 10.1007/s00603-016-0971-7
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Abstract: A large-scale shaking table test was performed to study the dynamic response of slopes parallel to geological bedding (bedding slopes) and slopes that cross-cut geological bedding (counter-bedding slopes). The test results show that the acceleration amplification coefficients increase with increasing elevation and, when the input earthquake amplitude is greater than 0.3 g, both bedding and counter-bedding slopes begin to show nonlinear dynamic response characteristics. With increasing elevation, the displaceme… Show more

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“…AFAs increase with the increase of relative elevation. Due to the differences of slope materials, wave types and excitation frequency, the magnitude of AFAs among the results by present study and those by Liu & Xu (2014), Fan et al (2016, Xu et al (2008) and Chen et al (2010) are different. For instance, the AFAs in the result of Fan et al (2016) vary slightly along the elevation of slope, which are smaller than those by present study, Liu & Xu (2014), Xu et al (2008) and Chen et al (2010).…”
Section: Effects Of Excitation Amplitude Of Acceleration On Afacontrasting
confidence: 69%
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“…AFAs increase with the increase of relative elevation. Due to the differences of slope materials, wave types and excitation frequency, the magnitude of AFAs among the results by present study and those by Liu & Xu (2014), Fan et al (2016, Xu et al (2008) and Chen et al (2010) are different. For instance, the AFAs in the result of Fan et al (2016) vary slightly along the elevation of slope, which are smaller than those by present study, Liu & Xu (2014), Xu et al (2008) and Chen et al (2010).…”
Section: Effects Of Excitation Amplitude Of Acceleration On Afacontrasting
confidence: 69%
“…Therefore, the model slope will have a larger dynamic response when frequency parameter increases from 0.29 to 1.71 which is gradually close to the natural frequency of model slope. Figure 9a shows the comparison between present studies and the results reported by Liu & Xu (2014), Fan et al (2016, Xu et al (2008) and Chen et al (2010), and the detailed test parameters are listed in Table 5. The variation of AFAs with relative elevation reported by present study are consistent with those by Liu & Xu (2014), Fan et al (2016, Xu et al (2008) and Chen et al (2010), i.e.…”
Section: Effects Of Excitation Amplitude Of Acceleration On Afasupporting
confidence: 52%
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“…Among others, Lin and Wang (2006), Liu et al (2013), and G. Fan, Zhang, et al (2016) performed shakingtable tests on rock slopes having different stiffnesses, strengths, and bedding orientations. They reported a positive correlation between the amplification of the seismic acceleration and the height of the model slopes, which can derive from the reduction of stiffness along height (Ambraseys, 2009;Dakoulas & Gazetas, 1986).…”
Section: Laboratory Tests Using Shaking Tablesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…is test system can reproduce earthquake excitation and collect test data automatically and accurately. erefore, the shaking table test is a direct method used to reveal structural dynamic response and failure modes; the approach has been widely used in seismic response research on various structures [18][19][20].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%