Results for: Liquefaction

In Science

What is liquefaction?

Liquefaction is the process of liquefying or making liquid.(as told by dictionary.) Liquefaction is the process where soil loses strength and acts like a liquid instead of a s (MORE)

What is liquefaction in earthquakes?

Liquefaction is the name given to the process that converts a solid soil mass into a liquid. Liquefaction occurs in cohesionless soils (typically those with a higher content (MORE)

Definition of liquefaction?

"liquefaction" means turning into liquid.    In architecture and civil engineering, "liquefaction" often is used to describe the effects of earthquakes on certain kinds (MORE)

What does liquefaction mean?

Liquefaction is the process by which a solid or gas becomes a liquid, or where a solid displays the qualities of a liquid.
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In Soil

How does liquefaction occur?

Liquefaction occurs in cohesionless soils (typically those with a higher content of larger grains such as sand sized clasts) which have water in the pore spaces, and are poorl (MORE)

What is liquefaction and how can earthquakes cause liquefaction to occur?

Liquefaction occurs in cohesionless soils (typically those with a higher content of larger grains such as sand sized clasts) which have water in the pore spaces, and are poorl (MORE)

Does liquefaction have minerals?

Liquefaction is a process that occurs within soils that are poorly drained and contain pore water when seismic waves pass through them. Therefore in the soil minerals will be (MORE)

Where has liquefaction occurred?

It depends the area of study where the term is used.In geoology liquefaction is when water is forced out of the ground during the violent shaking that occurs in an earthquake. (MORE)
In Science

How does liquefaction start?

To exist as a liquid, H2 must be cooled below hydrogen's  critical point of 33 K. However, for hydrogen to be in a full  liquid state without evaporating at atmospheric pres (MORE)