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liquefy

/liq·ue·fy/ (lik´wĭ-fi) to become or cause to become liquid.
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The results of grain size analysis of clayey silt deposits (Layer-2) indicate that these samples have higher percentage of fines and thus fall out of range of potentially liquefiable soils as per Tsuchida's method.
Though the resonance effect in structures and surface soil layers also plays an important role in structural damage, it may be said in general that liquefiable or soft soil layers tend to absorb a large part of incident seismic energy by the hysteretic soil damping under induced large strain, leading to lighter structural damage by inertia force than competent soil layers (Kokusho and Motoyama 2002).
Fat does not block the jiluwa because it is a liquefiable substance.
The open ended steel shells were driven through the liquefiable layers into the firm soil below using a Delmag D80-23 pile hammer - the largest terrestrial pile hammer available.
The treatment of potentially liquefiable lens (subject to consolidation of the concerned conditional phase).
The result indicates that grain size analyses of river alluvium for Layer-1 and Layer-3 falls within limits of most liquefiable soils whereas clayey silt deposits (Layer-2) has higher percentage finer by weight in the grain size range of 75mm to 0.
Densification of loose granular soils, heterogeneous soils and liquefiable soils can be achieved by surface compaction.
markets for liquid, liquefiable, gaseous and electrical energy, the multiple crises that have befallen this industry in tire last 18 months are unprecedented.
The liquefiable fractions of natural gas are an important factor, in North America (70.
Stabilization of potentially liquefiable sand deposits using gravel drains", J.
These possibilities could establish a bright new gold standard of convenience for holders of gold and other precious metals, by transforming physical assets into modern, mainstream, liquefiable assets for common use in everyday life.