PhD Eng. Nikolay Milev, Eng. Juan José Briones Contreras
The first part of the report presents the members of the team, the places visited, the different types of research and the main goals of the research. The geological and topographic features of the visited areas are considered: banked ground, Idil collapse, Islahiye and Tepehan landslides and the fault in two locations - Chigli and Islahiye, and the damage caused by the earthquake are described. Particular attention is paid to the coastal city of Iskenderun (in part 1) and the city of Golbasi (in part 2), where a number of significant damages were revealed due to the influence of the ground base and the natural frequency of the soil massive was determined. The second part analyzes the reasons for the completely destroyed buildings in the cities of Antakya and Kahramanmarash.
liquefaction, earthquake, geotechnics, soil dynamics, Turkey
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