Zoltán Bán

Zoltán Bán
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Geotechnics

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The seismicity of Hungary can be considered moderately active, nevertheless contemporary reports from the past approx. 350 years documented surface manifestations of liquefaction occurrences. The last such earthquake was the 1956 Dunaharaszti ground motion, for which the location of two liquefied sites could be identified approx. 60 years after the...
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Numerous methods exist to determine the liquefaction potential of a site due to earthquake, from which the stress-based empirical methods are the most commonly used in practice. Despite of being widespread , their shortcomings have given way to the evolution of strain-based and energy-based methods. Unlike strain-and stress-based methods the benefi...
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Numerous methods exist to determine the liquefaction potential of a site due to earthquake, from which the stress-based empirical methods are the most commonly used in practice. Despite of their widespread use, their shortcomings have given way to the evolution of strain and energy-based methods. Their benefits make them a very promising alternativ...
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The Paks Nuclear Power Plant is constructed at the soft soil site. As a result of the post-Fukushima stress-test, liquefaction should be analysed as beyond design basis hazard. The aim of the analysis is to define the post-event condition of the plant, definition of plant vulnerabilities and identification of the necessary measures for accident man...
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In case of some nuclear power plants constructed at the soft soil sites, liquefaction should be analysed as beyond design basis hazard. The aim of the analysis is to define the postevent condition of the plant, definition of plant vulnerabilities, and identification of the necessary measures for accident management. In the paper, the methodology of...

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analyse the nuclear power plant site hazard characterisation and design basis definition practice in light of current post-Fukushima design requirements