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Free soil liquefaction analysis software from SPT data

Project description

PYLIQ

State of the art free soil liquefaction analysis software from SPT data

Installation

$ pip install PYLIQ

Usage example:

from PYLIQ import analyze
import os

input_file = 'PYLIQ Input.xlsx'
file_dir = os.path.dirname(__file__)

analyze(input_file, file_dir)

Features:

  • Fast and easy data input from excel file
  • Batch processing from multiple SPT borings at once
  • Automated generation of results data in excel format
  • Automated generation of results graphics in pdf or png format

Analyses options:

  • Deterministic Standard Penetration Test (SPT) liquefaction triggering analysis according to state of the art method proposed by Idriss & Boulanger (2014)
  • Estimation of liquefaction effects / consequences:
    • Liquefaction potential index (LPI)
      • Iwasaki et al. (1978)
    • Liquefaction severity number (LSN)
      • van Ballegooy et al. (2014)
    • Liquefaction-induced damage
      • Ishihara (1985)
    • Lateral spreading / displacements
      • Idriss & Boulanger (2008)
      • Youd et al. (2002)
    • Post-liquefaction vertical reconsolidation settlements
      • Idriss & Boulanger (2008) based on Ishihara & Yoshimine (1992)
    • Post-liquefaction residual strength
      • Olson & Stark (2002)
      • Idriss & Boulanger (2008)
      • Weber (2015)

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