Seismic Evaluation and Ranking of Bridge Embankments along I-24 in Western KentuckyKentucky Transportation Center Research Report
AbstractThis study represents one of the Seismic Evaluation of I-24 Bridges investigative series. The focus is on slope or embankment stability and liquefaction potential of embankments of bridges along I-24 in Western Kentucky. A rating system is derived to assist in identifying and prioritizing bridge embankments that are susceptible to failure during to projected seismic events. Embankments of one hundred and twenty seven (127) bridges along I-24 in Western Kentucky are evaluated for 50-year and 250-year seismic events. Fifty-two (52) of the 127 embankments were rated as ‘critical’ for the 50-year event, and 60 were rated as ‘critical’ for the 250-year event. Based on this preliminary evaluation, it is recommended that the bridge embankments classified as ‘critical’ be further investigated by performing more detailed analysis.
Digital Object Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.13023/KTC.RR.2006.26
Citation InformationWael Zatar, Issam E. Harik, Peng Yuan and Ching Chiaw Choo. "Seismic Evaluation and Ranking of Bridge Embankments along I-24 in Western Kentucky" (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/issam_harik/7/