1997 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For advancing dynamic characterization of geotechnical materials.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geotechnical engineering, Surface wave, Shear, Modulus and Rayleigh wave. Kenneth H. Stokoe is interested in Liquefaction, which is a branch of Geotechnical engineering. His work in Surface wave addresses subjects such as Phase velocity, which are connected to disciplines such as Material properties and Hammer.
The Shear study combines topics in areas such as Seismology and Slowness. His studies in Modulus integrate themes in fields like Young's modulus, Structural engineering and Falling weight deflectometer. As part of one scientific family, Kenneth H. Stokoe deals mainly with the area of Rayleigh wave, narrowing it down to issues related to the Wavelength, and often Acoustics, Dispersion and Love wave.
Geotechnical engineering, Structural engineering, Surface wave, Deflection and Stiffness are his primary areas of study. His Geotechnical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Shear, Modulus, Soil water and Shear modulus. The Falling weight deflectometer and Slab research he does as part of his general Structural engineering study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Nondestructive testing, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His research on Surface wave also deals with topics like
Kenneth H. Stokoe focuses on Geotechnical engineering, Deflection, Shear, Liquefaction and Wave velocity. His work on Liquefaction resistance as part of general Geotechnical engineering study is frequently connected to In situ, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Deflection study deals with Slab intersecting with Asphalt, Cracking and Falling weight deflectometer.
Kenneth H. Stokoe has researched Shear in several fields, including Induced seismicity and Alluvium. His work in Wave velocity tackles topics such as Pile which are related to areas like Acoustics. His Shear modulus research incorporates elements of Municipal solid waste, Shear waves, Shearing and Shear stress.
Kenneth H. Stokoe mostly deals with Geotechnical engineering, Shear, Shear modulus, Wave velocity and Municipal solid waste. His specific area of interest is Geotechnical engineering, where Kenneth H. Stokoe studies Liquefaction. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil test and Cyclic shear.
As part of the same scientific family, Kenneth H. Stokoe usually focuses on Shear, concentrating on Induced seismicity and intersecting with Anisotropy and Dynamic testing. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Shear modulus, concentrating on Shearing and frequently concerns with Shear stress, Pure shear, Tangent modulus and Young's modulus. His Wave velocity research incorporates themes from Empirical modelling, Waste material, Surface wave, Seismology and Shear waves.
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Liquefaction resistance of soils from shear-wave velocity
Ronald D. Andrus;Ronald D. Andrus;Kenneth H. Stokoe.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2000)
Measurement of Shear Waves in Laboratory Specimens by Means of Piezoelectric Transducers
Enrico G.M. Brignoli;Marino Gotti;Kenneth H Stokoe.
Geotechnical Testing Journal (1996)
LIQUEFACTION RESISTANCE BASED ON SHEAR WAVE VELOCITY
Ronald D. Andrus;Kenneth H. Stokoe.
NCEER Workshop on Evaluation of Liquefaction Resistance of SoilsNational Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (1997)
Unit weight of municipal solid waste
Dimitrios Zekkos;Jonathan D. Bray;Edward Kavazanjian;Neven Matasovic.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2006)
Dynamic soil properties : Laboratory, field and correlation studies
K. H. Stokoe;M. B. Darendeli;R. D. Andrus;L. T. Brown.
Proceednings of the 2nd international conference on earthquake geotechnical engineering 1999. (1999)
Seismic-Wave-Based Testing In Geotechnical Engineering
Kenneth H. Stokoe;J. Carlos Santamarina.
ISRM International Symposium (2000)
EFFECTS OF VARIOUS PARAMETERS ON THE STIFFNESS AND DAMPING OF SOILS AT SMALL TO MEDIUM STRAINS
K H Stokoe Ii;S K Hwang;Jn-K Lee;R D Andrus.
PRE-FAILURE DEFORMATION OF GEOMATERIALS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM, 12-14 SEPTEMBER 1994, SAPPORO, JAPAN. 2 VOLS (1995)
Shear Modulus: A Time-Dependent Soil Property
D. G. Anderson;Kenneth H Stokoe.
ASTM special technical publications (1978)
Guide for Shear-Wave-Based Liquefaction Potential Evaluation:
Ronald D. Andrus;Kenneth H. Stokoe;C. Hsein Juang.
Earthquake Spectra (2004)
USE OF SURFACE WAVES IN PAVEMENT EVALUATION.
Soheil Nazarian;Kenneth H. Stokoe.
Transportation Research Record (1986)
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