Simulation of Salt Behavior Using In Situ Responseby William T. Li, Bechtel Natl Inc, San Francisco, CA, USA,
Abstract: This paper presents an improved method for simulating the salt behavior. In this method, the governing equations are normalized to the creep function, which represents the transient and the steady-state creep behavior. Both the transient and the steady-state portions of in situ response history are used in determining the creep function. Finally, a nonlinear mapping process relating the normalized and real time domains determines the behavior of the salt.
Subject Headings: Salts | Creep | Steady states | Structural behavior | Transient response | Field tests | Mapping
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