- مبلغ: ۸۶,۰۰۰ تومان
- مبلغ: ۹۱,۰۰۰ تومان
Representative dynamic properties of municipal solid waste (MSW) are required to perform reliable seismic analyses of MSW landfills. A comprehensive large-scale cyclic triaxial laboratory testing program was performed on MSW retrieved from a landfill in the San Francisco Bay area to evaluate the small-strain shear modulus, and strain-dependent normalized shear modulus reduction and material damping ratio relationships of MSW. The effects of waste composition, confining stress, unit weight, time under confinement, and loading frequency on these dynamic properties were evaluated. The small-strain shear modulus depends primarily on waste composition, confining stress, unit weight, and time under confinement. The normalized shear modulus reduction and material damping curves for MSW depend on waste composition and confining stress. Based on the results of this study and a review of literature, strain-dependent shear modulus reduction and material damping relationships are recommended for use in landfill design.