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Simulation of SASW Test

Ali Zomorodian
University of Shiraz, Shiraz, Iran
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Abstract

Introduction

Simulation of SASW Test

Transformation of Loading into Frequency-Wavenumber Domain

Determination of Vertical Flexibility Coefficient

Determination of Displacements In Spatial Domain

Computer Simulation of the SASW Test

Verification of the Simulation Program

Proposed Filter Criterion

Simulation of the Steady-State Rayleigh Wave Test

Summary and Conclusions

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