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- T. Akhlaghi, Ali Nikkar
- TheScientificWorldJournal
- 2014

Seismic design loads for tunnels are characterized in terms of the deformations imposed on the structure by surrounding ground. The free-field ground deformations due to a seismic event are estimated, and the tunnel is designed to accommodate these deformations. Vertically propagating shear waves are the predominant form of earthquake loading that causes… (More)

- T. Akhlaghi
- World Congress on Engineering
- 2007

Surface wave method can be used to determine the properties of the component materials of a pavement structure. The measurements are made of the differences in the phase of a wave of the Rayleigh type, received at two points at known radial spacing from the source of the wave. Pavements for highways or airport runways are usually constructed of cement… (More)

- T. Akhlaghi, Ali Nikkar
- TheScientificWorldJournal
- 2014

Evaluation of the accuracy of the pseudostatic approach is governed by the accuracy with which the simple pseudostatic inertial forces represent the complex dynamic inertial forces that actually exist in an earthquake. In this study, the Upper San Fernando and Kitayama earth dams, which have been designed using the pseudostatic approach and damaged during… (More)

- T. Akhlaghi
- 2006

The non-linear programming theory along with active set algorithm is employed to solve the objective function of quadratic type problem in soil mechanics under plain strain and two dimensional loading conditions. Combination of lower bound limit analysis and finite element method leads to an appropriate procedure for determining the collapse load of the… (More)

- T. Akhlaghi
- 2007

The use of surface waves of the Rayleigh type enables the properties of the component materials of a layered structure, such as a pavement, to be determined. The method has the advantage that the measurements are performed dynamically, thus making an allowance for the inertial and frequency dependent response of the pavement. The velocity of the waves is… (More)

- T. Akhlaghi
- 2010

Abstract—Surface wave method is an in-situ nondestructive testing procedure used for geotechnical explorations and determining the stiffness profile of the ground layers on land and under water. The method is based on the generation of surface waves and recording them on the surface of the ground on land or offshore, analysis of the phase differences… (More)

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