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[HQR04-14] Topographic and ground condition for hazard mapping of liquefaction on natural levee
Keywords:liquefaction hazard map, natural levee, soft foundation, Nakagawa Lowland, Kazo Lowland, Rokkou area
As a result of comparative study, the mud layer less than N value 10 accumulated more than 6m at all places that liquefaction occurred. This result supports a proposal of Koarai and Sato(2015). Therefore, it is thought that the thickness of soft foundation is effective for liquefaction criteria.
In addition, there were no natural levees with a relative height exceeding 5m. Furthermore, after calculating the relative height of the plural points that liquefaction occurred on the natural levee, the value turned out less than 2.5m at all points. The result suggests the need to change the criterion of Nakano et al(2015).
This research was supported by the committee members of the Japanese Geotechnical Society.