Ronald D. Andrus

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Civil Engineering Clemson University, Clemson, SC, United States 
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Aboye SA, Andrus RD, Ravichandran N, et al. (2015) Seismic site factors and design response spectra based on conditions in Charleston, South Carolina Earthquake Spectra. 31: 723-744
Aboye SA, Andrus RD, Ravichandran N, et al. (2014) A new seismic site coefficient model based on conditions in the South Carolina coastal Plain Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. 104: 2866-2883
Hossain AM, Geiger AJ, Andrus RD, et al. (2014) In situ seismic crosshole testing of six natural sand deposits in the South Carolina coastal plain Geotechnical Special Publication. 1142-1156
Heidari T, Andrus RD. (2012) Liquefaction potential assessment of Pleistocene beach sands near charleston, South Carolina Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering. 138: 1196-1208
Heidari T, Andrus RD, Moysey SMJ. (2011) Characterizing the liquefaction potential of the Pleistocene-age Wando Formation in the Charleston area, South Carolina Geotechnical Special Publication. 510-517
Heidari T, Andrus RD. (2010) Mapping liquefaction potential of aged soil deposits in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina Engineering Geology. 112: 1-12
Hayati H, Andrus RD. (2009) Updated liquefaction resistance correction factors for aged sands Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering. 135: 1683-1692
Andrus RD, Hayati H, Mohanan NP. (2009) Correcting liquefaction resistance for aged sands using measured to estimated velocity ratio Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering. 135: 735-744
Fairbanks CD, Andrus RD, Camp WM, et al. (2008) Dynamic periods and building damage at Charleston, South Carolina during the 1886 earthquake Earthquake Spectra. 24: 867-888
Hayati H, Andrus RD. (2008) Liquefaction susceptibility of fine-grained soils in Charleston, South Carolina based on CPT Geotechnical Special Publication. 327-334
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