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Rain-triggered landslide hazards and mitigation measures in Thailand: From research to practice
Abstract Recently, the frequency of rain-triggered landslides in Thailand has been on the increase and has gained momentum, coincident with the effects of climate change. In this regards, the impactExpand
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Probabilistic Analysis of Liquefaction Potential: the First Eyewitness Case in Thailand
On the 24 th March 2011, the 6.8 magnitude earthquake called Tarlay Earthquake strikes Myanmar. the 0.2 g acceleration was measured at Maesai, Chiengrai station which located 30 km from theExpand
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New and Economical Mixing Method of Cement-Admixed Clay for DMM Application
Results of unconfined compression and one-dimensional compression tests of cement-admixed Bangkok clay confirmed the existence of an optimum mixing clay water content. That figure is defined as theExpand
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Damages and causative factors of 2015 strong Nepal Earthquake and directional movements of infrastructures in the Kathmandu Basin and along the Araniko Highway
The strong earthquake on April 25, 2015 (7.8 Mw) and the aftershock on May 12, 2015 (7.3 Mw) claimed the lives of 8,659 people, plus 21,150 people injured and huge economic loss together with seriousExpand
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Centrifuge Modeling of LNAPL Infiltration in Granular Soil with Containment
AbstractThis paper presents the results from four centrifuge experiments modeling light, nonaqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) migration in a sandy soil. These experiments were performed to evaluate theExpand
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Local Site Investigation of Liquefied Soils Caused by Earthquake in Northern Thailand
ABSTRACT Ambient noise measurements and spectral analysis of surface waves were performed in Mae Lao to investigate the local site effects of the May 5, 2014 Mae Lao earthquake in Northern Thailand.Expand
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Cyclic Pore Water Pressure Generation and Stiffness Degradation in Compacted Clays
AbstractCyclic hollow cylinder torsional tests were performed in undrained conditions on 12 compacted clay specimens collected from two types of dams (an earth-core rock-filled dam and an earth-zoneExpand
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Landslide Monitoring and Assessment System using Low-Cost Wireless Communication
Landslides are one of the most dangerous natural disasters in Thailand. Areas with landslide hazard can be found in many parts of the country. Accurate rainfall data are required to assess chances ofExpand
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Centrifuge simulation of LNAPL transportation in sand deposits with containment under flow and no-flow conditions
Light nonaqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) contamination of subsoil is a serious problem affecting human health and disturbing the environment. This paper describes centrifuge tests of LNAPL migration inExpand
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