The sequence of sediment behaviour during wave-induced liquefaction

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The sequence of sediment behaviour during wave-induced liquefaction. / Sumer, B. Mutlu; Hatipoglu, Figen; Fredsøe, Jørgen; Sumer, S. Kaan.

In: Sedimentology, Vol. 53, No. 3, 2006, p. 611-629.

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Sumer, B. Mutlu; Hatipoglu, Figen; Fredsøe, Jørgen; Sumer, S. Kaan / The sequence of sediment behaviour during wave-induced liquefaction.

In: Sedimentology, Vol. 53, No. 3, 2006, p. 611-629.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2006

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T1 - The sequence of sediment behaviour during wave-induced liquefaction

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A1 - Fredsøe,Jørgen

A1 - Sumer,S. Kaan

AU - Sumer,B. Mutlu

AU - Hatipoglu,Figen

AU - Fredsøe,Jørgen

AU - Sumer,S. Kaan

PB - Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

PY - 2006

Y1 - 2006

N2 - This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation of the complete sequence of sediment behaviour beneath progressive waves. The sediment was silty with d(50) = 0.060 mm. Two kinds of measurements were carried out: pore-water pressure measurements (across the sediment depth), and water-surface elevation measurements. The process of liquefaction/compaction was videotaped from the side simultaneously with the pressure and water-surface elevation measurements. The video records were then analysed to measure: (i) the time development of the mudline, (ii) the time development of liquefaction and compaction fronts in the sediment and (iii) the characteristics of the orbital motion of the liquefied sediment including the motion of the interface between the water body and the sediment. The ranges of the various quantities in the tests were: wave height, H = 9-17 cm, wave period, T = 1.6 sec, water depth = 42 cm, and the Shields parameter = 0.34-0.59. The experiments reveal that, with the introduction of waves, excess pore pressure builds up, which is followed by liquefaction during which internal waves are experienced at the interface of the water body and the liquefied sediment, the sequence of processes known from a previous investigation. This sequence of processes is followed by dissipation of the accumulated excess pore pressure and compaction of the sediment which is followed by the formation of bed ripples. The present results regarding the dissipation and compaction appear to be in agreement with recent centrifuge wave-tank experiments. As for the final stage of the sequence of processes (formation of ripples), the ripple steepness (normalized with the angle of repose) for sediment with liquefaction history is found to be the same as that in sediment with no liquefaction history.

AB - This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation of the complete sequence of sediment behaviour beneath progressive waves. The sediment was silty with d(50) = 0.060 mm. Two kinds of measurements were carried out: pore-water pressure measurements (across the sediment depth), and water-surface elevation measurements. The process of liquefaction/compaction was videotaped from the side simultaneously with the pressure and water-surface elevation measurements. The video records were then analysed to measure: (i) the time development of the mudline, (ii) the time development of liquefaction and compaction fronts in the sediment and (iii) the characteristics of the orbital motion of the liquefied sediment including the motion of the interface between the water body and the sediment. The ranges of the various quantities in the tests were: wave height, H = 9-17 cm, wave period, T = 1.6 sec, water depth = 42 cm, and the Shields parameter = 0.34-0.59. The experiments reveal that, with the introduction of waves, excess pore pressure builds up, which is followed by liquefaction during which internal waves are experienced at the interface of the water body and the liquefied sediment, the sequence of processes known from a previous investigation. This sequence of processes is followed by dissipation of the accumulated excess pore pressure and compaction of the sediment which is followed by the formation of bed ripples. The present results regarding the dissipation and compaction appear to be in agreement with recent centrifuge wave-tank experiments. As for the final stage of the sequence of processes (formation of ripples), the ripple steepness (normalized with the angle of repose) for sediment with liquefaction history is found to be the same as that in sediment with no liquefaction history.

U2 - 10.1111/j.1365-3091.2006.00763.x

DO - 10.1111/j.1365-3091.2006.00763.x

JO - Sedimentology

JF - Sedimentology

SN - 0037-0746

IS - 3

VL - 53

SP - 611

EP - 629

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