PROFILE

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NAME

KAZAMA, Motoki
my My information can be found in the page of information for researchers of Tohoku University.
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TITLE

Professor, PhD
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FIELD

Geotechnical Engineering, Earthquake Engineering, Goe-environmental Engineering
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UNIVERSITY

Tohoku University [1981]
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EMAIL

motoki.kazama.b2@tohoku.ac.jp   
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PHONE

+81-22-795-7434
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FAX

+81-22-795-7435
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SUBJECTS

Soil Dynamics, Problematic Soils
Ground Response, Liquefaction, Geo-environmental Problems
Earthquake Resistant Design for Geo-stuctures
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CONTRIBUTIONS

Papers

  1. Toshihiro NODA, Motoki KAZAMA and Akira ASAOKA: NEW DEVELOPMENTS RELATED TO CLARIFICATION OF THE MECHANISMS OF GROUND DEFORMATION CAUSED BY EARTHQUAKES -IN THE WAKE OF THE GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE-, Journal of JSCE, Special topic -Restoration and Recovery from the 2011 Graet East Japan Earthquake (invited paper), Vol.5,133-144, (2017.3.20). http://doi.org/10.2208/journalofjsce.5.1_133
  2. Jongkwan Kim, Tadashi Kawai, Motoki Kazama and Tomohiro Mori: Density Index for Estimating the postliquefaction Volumetric Strain of Silty Soils, International journal of Geomechanics, C40150005,1-13, (2015.12). http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)GM.1943-5622.0000574 .
  3. M. Kazama and T. Noda: Overview of the Geotechnical Damages and the Technical Problems Posed afterthe 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake, Soils and Foundations, Vol. 52 No.5, 49-56, (2012.10). http://doi.org/10.1016/j.sandf.2012.11.003
  4. M. Kazama and T. Noda: Damage statistics (Summary of the 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake damage), Soils and Foundations, Vol. 52 No.5, 780-792, (2012.10). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sandf.2012.11.003 .
  5. A. Yamaguchi, T. Mori, M. Kazama and N. Yoshida: Liquefaction in Tohoku district during the 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake, Soils and Foundations, Vol. 52 No.5, 811-829, (2012.12). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sandf.2012.11.005
  6. M. Kazama, T. Noda, T. Mori and J. Kim: Overview of the Geotechnical Damages and the Technical Problems Posed after the 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake, Geotechnical Engineering Journal of the SEAGS & AGSSEA, Vol. 43 No.2, 49-56, (2012.6). ***Please click here to download full paper
  7. Kazama, M., Kataoka、S. and Uzuoka: Volcanic mountain area disaster caused by the Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake of 2008, Japan, Soils and Foundations, 52(1), 203-219, (2012.2). http://doi.org/10.1016/j.sandf.2012.01.003
  8. Mori, T., Uzuoka, R., Chiba, T., Kamiya, K., and Kazama, M.: Numerical Prediction of Seepage and Seismic Behavior of Unsaturated Fill Slope, Soils and Foundations, 51(6), 1075-1090, (2011.12). http://doi.org/10.3208/sandf.51.1075
  9. Uzuoka, R., Cubrinovski, M., Sugita, H., Sato, M., Tokimatsu, K., Sento, N., Kazama, M., Zhang, F., Yashima, A., Oka, F.: Prediction of pile response to lateral spreading by 3-D soil-water coupled dynamic analysis: Shaking in the direction perpendicular to ground flow, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 28(6), 436-452, (2008.6). DOI: 10.1016/j.soildyn.2007.08.007
  10. Unno, T., Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R. and Sento N., Liquefaction of Unsaturated Sand Considering the Pore Air Pressure and Volume Compressibility of Soil Particle Skeleton, Soils and Foundations, Vol.48, No.1, pp.87-99, (2008). http://doi.org/10.3208/sandf.48.87
  11. Uzuoka, R., Sento, N. and Kazama, M., Seepage and Inertia Effect on Rate-dependent Reaction of a Pile in Liquefied Soil, Soils and Foundations, Vol.48, No.1, pp.15-25, (2008). http://doi.org/10.3208/sandf.48.15
  12. Kwon, Y., Kazama, M. and Uzuoka, R., Geotechnical Hybrid Simulation for One-dimensional Consolidation Analysis, Soils and Foundations, Vol.47, No.6, pp.1133-1140, (2007). http://doi.org/10.3208/sandf.47.1133
  13. Uzuoka, R., Seinto, N., Kazama, M., Zhang, F., Yashima, A., and Oka, F., Three-dimensional numerical simulation of earthquake damage to group-piles in a liquefied ground, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Vol.27, pp.395-413, (2007). Publication site (DOI): 10.1016/j.soildyn.2006.10.003
  14. Toshiyasu Unno, Motoki Kazama, Ryosuke Uzuoka and Noriaki Sento, Change of Moisture and Suction Properties of Volcanic Sand Induced by Shaking Disturbance, Soils and Foundations, Vol.46, No.4, pp.519-528,(2006). http://doi.org/10.3208/sandf.46.519
  15. Kwon, Y., Asano, T., Sento, N., Uzuoka, R. and Kazama, M., Confining Pressure-dependency of Bulk Modulus of Sand during Liquefaction, Structural Eng/Earthquake Eng., JSCE, Vol.23, No.1, pp.149-158,(2006).
  16. Uzuoka, R., Sento, N., Kazama, M. and Unno, T., Landslide during the earthquakes on May 26 and July 26, 2003 in Miyagi, Japan, Soils and Foundations, Vol.45, No.4, pp.149-163, (2005). http://doi.org/10.3208/sandf.45.4.149
  17. Sento, N., Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R., Ohmura, H. and Ishimaru, M., Possibility of Postliquefaction Flow Failure due to Seepage, J. of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol.130, No.7, pp.707-716, (2004). DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)1090-0241(2004)130:7(707)
  18. Toyota, H., Nakamura, K. and Kazama,M., Shear and liquefaction characteristics of sandy soils in triaxial test, Soils and Foundations,Vol.44, No.2, pp.117-126, (2004). http://doi.org/10.3208/sandf.44.2_117
  19. Kazama,M., Sento, N., Ohmura, H., Toyota H. and Kitazume M., Liquefaction and settlement of reclaimed ground with gravelly decomposed granite soil, Soils and Foundations,Vol.43, No.3, pp.57-72, (2003). http://doi.org/10.3208/sandf.43.3_57
  20. Kon young Choul and Motoki Kazama, Application of Hybrid-Online Testing Method to Geotechnical Engineering Problem, Geoenvironmental Engineering, No.3, pp.80-89, (2003).
  21. Yamaguchi, A., Kazama, M. and Toyota H., Kitazume M. and Sugano T. , Effects of the stiffness of soft clay layer on strong motion response, Soils and Foundations, Vol.43, No.1, pp.17-33, (2002). http://doi.org/10.3208/sandf.42.17
  22. Tearada K., Kyoya T., Kazama M. , Lee K. and Oyang L., Image-based modeling and analysis of microstructures for two-scale problems in geomechanics, International J. for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, Vol.26, pp.273-297,(2002).
  23. Kazama, M., Yamaguchi, A. and Yanagisawa E., Liquefaction resistance from a ductility viewpoint, Soils and Foundations, Vol.40, No.6, pp.47-60, (2000).
  24. Kazama, M., Yamaguchi, A. and Yanagisawa E., Seismic Behavior of an Underlying Alluvial Clay at Kobe Man-made Islands During the 1995 Hyogoken-Nambu Earthquake, Special Issue of Soils and Foundations, pp.23-32, (1998).
  25. Nogami,T. and Kazama, M., Thin layer element method for dynamic soil-structure interaction analysis of axi-symmetric structure in submerged soil, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Vol.16, No.5, pp.337-351,(1997).
  26. Nogami,T. and Kazama,M., Dynamic Response Analysis of Submerged Soil by Thin Layer Element Method., Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Vol.11, No.1, pp.17-26,(1992).

International Conferences, Workshops

  1. Motoki Kazama, Tadashi Kawai, Kim Jongkwan and Masayuki Tomita:A framework of seismic design for soil liquefaction based on the energy concept utilizing the ductility performance of soils, 8p, 3rd International Conference on Performance-based Design in Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Vancouver, Canada,2017.7.16-19.
  2. Jongkwan Kim, Tadashi Kawai & Motoki Kazama:Evaluation of contraction potential of silty soils based on the minimum void ratio,6pp, 3rd International Conference on Performance-based Design in Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Vancouver, Canada,2017.7.16-19.
  3. Tadashi Kawai, Kim Jongkwan and Motoki Kazama : Performance of various granular soils in most dense state, 7p, 3rd International Conference on Performance-based Design in Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Vancouver, Canada,2017.7.16-19.
  4. Motoki Kazama, Tadashi Kawai, Jongkwan Kim and Tomohiro Mori, Geotechnical issues of the damage caused by the great east Japan disaster and reconstruction for the Tohoku region, Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication, Vol.2, No.32,pp.1148-1153, Released Jan 29, 2016. doi.org/10.3208/jgssp.ATC1-3-02
  5. K. Yasuhara and M. Kazama: Land subsidences of clay deposits after the Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake, Proc. IAHS, 372, 211-216, 2015. doi:10.5194/piahs-372-211-2015.
  6. M. Kazama, T. Kawai, J. Kim, M. Takagi, T. Morita and T. Unno: Earthquake-induced flow-type failure in volcanic sandy soils and tentative evaluation of the fluidization properties of soils, Volcanic Rocks and Soils, Rotonda et al. (eds), pp.363-369, 2015.
  7. Motoki Kazama and Tomohiro Mori, Evaluation and usage of the soil generated from disaster waste - Case history of Great East Japan Disaster, Proc. of International Conference on Geotechnical Engineering, ICGE-Colombo-2015, pp.161-164, Colombo, SriLanka, 2015.8.10-11.
  8. Motoki Kazama, Tomohiro Mori, Kiyotaka Onuma, Kouichi Oyama, Yoshio Aikawa, Quality evaluation of the soil generated from disaster waste and tsunami deposition soil which include wood waste - Effective use as a construction earth material -, Proc. of International Symposium on Geohazards: Science, Engineering and Management, pp.481-492, Kathmandu, Nepal, 2014.11.21.
  9. Tomohiro Mori, Hiroaki Kabuki, Motoki Kazama, Peter K Hutapea, Jongkwan Kim, Ryuji Sakamoto and Koujirou Takao: The overflow model experiment using the waterway for examining the countermeasure effect against the Tsunami-induced tide embankment scouring, 6th Taiwan-Japan joint workshop on geotechnical hazards from large earthquakes and heavy rainfall, July. 2014.
  10. Uzuoka, R., Unno, T., Sento, N. and Kazama, M.: Effect of pore air pressure on cyclic behavior of unsaturated sandy soil, Unsaturated Soils: Research & Applications, Khalili, Russell & Khoshghalb (Eds), Sydney, 783-789, 2014.7
  11. J. Kim, T. Mori, T. Kawai and M. Kazama, Effect of Non-plastic fines on post-liquefaction deformation, 5th KGS-JGS Geotechnical Engineering Workshop, pp.8-13, Seoul, Korea, October 17, 2013.
  12. J. Kim, M. Kazama and T. Mori, Effect of Relative Density and Number of Cycles on Residual Strain characteristics after undrained Cyclic Loading, New Advances in Geotechnical Engineering, Yangping YAO, Youich WATABE and Wei Hu Editors, pp.195-201, Chengdu, China, May 18-19, 2013.
  13. R.Moncada,Y. Nakajima, T. Mori, T, Kawaiand M. Kazama, Effects of Stress State and Hydraulic Conditions on Soil Erodibility for Cohesionless Soils in Contact with Damage Pipes, Advances in Geotechnical Infrastructure, Edited by C.F.Leung, S.H.Goh & R.F.Shen, paper No.37, May. 2013. PDF-file
  14. J. Kim, M. Kazama and T. Mori, Effect of Relative Density and Number of Cycles on Residual Strain characteristics after undrained Cyclic Loading, International Workshop on Geotechnical Natural Hazards -The 5th Taiwan-Japan Joint Workshop on Geotechnical Hazards from Large Earthquakes and Heavy Rainfall-, pp.SII11-SII22, Tainan, Taiwan, Nov. 2012.
  15. G. Seo, T. Mori, M. Kazama and K. Matsushita: Change of Dynamic Properties of Ground Before and After the Great East Japan Earthquake, International Workshop on Geotechnical Natural Hazards -The 5th Taiwan-Japan Joint Workshop on Geotechnical Hazards from Large Earthquakes and Heavy Rainfall-, pp.SI7-SI20, Tainan, Taiwan, Nov. 2012.
  16. M. Kazama, T. Mori, T. Noda and J. Kim: Geotechnical problems in relation to the revival from the gigantic earthquake in 2011, International Workshop on Geotechnical Natural Hazards -The 5th Taiwan-Japan Joint Workshop on Geotechnical Hazards from Large Earthquakes and Heavy Rainfall-, pp.KY3-KY24, Tainan, Taiwan, Nov. 2012.
  17. Jongkwan KIM, Junya YOSHIDA, Tomohiro MORI and Motoki KAZAMA, RESIDUAL DEFORMATION CONSIDERING PORE WATER MIGRATION DURING CYCLIC SHEARER, International Symposium on Earthquake Engineering, JAEE, Vol.1, pp151-158, (2012.11)
  18. Kazama, M. [Keynote Lecture] Residual deformation property of liquefied soil and related phenomena, pp.85-97, The 14th Asian Regional Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Hong Kong, China, (2011).
  19. Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R., Sento N. and Mori T., [Keynote Lecture] Volcanic mountain area disaster caused by the Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake, the 4th Japan-Taiwan Joint Workshop on geotechnical hazards from large earthquakes and heavy rainfalls, pp.57-74, 2010.10.
  20. Uzuoka, R. Ichiyama, T., Mori, T., Kazama, M., Sento, N. and Uchino, T., GEOTECHNICAL PROPERTIES OF LANDSLIDE DAMS INDUCED BY THE IWATE-MIYAGI NAIRIKU EARTHQUAKE IN 2008, JAPAN, 5th International Conf. on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Paper No.GPLUZ, 2011.1. PDF-file
  21. Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R. and Mori T., EARTHQUAKE INDUCED DEBRIS FLOW AND LANDSLIDE IN THE IWATE-MIYAGI NAIRIKU EARTHQUAKE IN 2008, JAPAN, 5th International Conf. on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Paper No.EIDKA, 2011.1. PDF-file
  22. Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R., Sento N. and Mori T., Volcanic mountain area disaster caused by the Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake, the 4th Japan-Taiwan Joint Workshop on geotechnical hazards from large earthquakes and heavy rainfalls, pp.57-74, 2010.10.
  23. Ichiyama, T., Mori, T., Uzuoka, R. and Kazama, M., Seepage flow analysis of a landslide dam due to the 2008 Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake, the 4th Japan-Taiwan Joint Workshop on geotechnical hazards from large earthquakes and heavy rainfalls, pp.253-260, 2010.10.
  24. Mori, T., Sasaki, K., Kazama, M. and Uzuoka, R., The soil water characteristic curve considered hysteresis and the case study of analysis for reproduction the unsaturated seepage experiment, the 4th Japan-Taiwan Joint Workshop on geotechnical hazards from large earthquakes and heavy rainfalls, pp.91-100, 2010.10.
  25. Katsuno, Y., Iwabuchi, M., Ozawa K. Uzuoka R. and Kazama, Influence of temperature rize under undrained condition on the shear behavior of unsaturated sandy soil considering solubility of gaseous components, Unsaturated Soils, Alonso & Gens (eds), pp.561-566, 2010.9.
  26. Uzuoka, R., Maruyama, T. Mori, T. and Kazama, M., Numerical simulation of an unsaturated slope failure during an earthquake, Unsaturated Soils, Alonso & Gens (eds), pp.1093-1099, 2010.9.
  27. Mori, T. Uzuoka, R. and Kazama, M., The influence on the slope stability of initial degree of saturation of a fill ground, Unsaturated Soils, Alonso & Gens (eds), pp.1267-1272, 2010.9.
  28. Kiyohara, Y., Kazama, M. and Uzuoka,R., Strength behavior of undisturbed volcanic cohesive soil under unsaturated conditions, Unsaturated Soils, Buzzi, Fityus & Sheng (eds), pp.115-120, 2009.11.
  29. Higuchi, S., Sento, N., Kazama, M., Uzuoka,R., Sento, N. and Takahash, H., Influence of earthquake motion characteristics on settlement behavior of tank foundation due to liquefaction, Performance-Based Design in Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Kokusho, Tsukamoto & Yoshimine (eds), pp.595-601, 2009.6
  30. Kazama, M., Uzuoka,R., Sento, N. and Unno, T., Tsukidate failure compared with the other flow-type failure during 2003 earthquakes in Northern Japan, Earthquake geotechnical case histories for performance-based design, Kokusho (ed), pp.185-200, 2009.6
  31. Uzuoka, R., Mori, T., Chiba, T., Kamiya, K. and Kazama, M., Numerical prediction of seepage and seismic behavior of unsaturated fill slope, Prediction and Simulation Methods for Geohazard Mitigation, Oka, Murakami and Kimoto (eds), pp.159-165, 2009.5
  32. Uzuoka, R., Horimi, S., Sento, N. and Kazama, M., Centrifuge Modelling of the riverbank failure during a decline of water table, Proc. of the Fourth International Conference on Scour Erosion, CD-ROM,paper No.C-2, 2008.11
  33. Unno, T., Uzuoka, R., Mori, T., Yamaguchi, A., Nakamura, S. Kazama, M. and Yoshida, N., Land slide dams, debris flows and a slope failure an artificial fill in the Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku earthquake in 2008, Proc. of the 3rd. Taiwan-Japan joint Workshop on Geotechnical Hazards from Large Earthquakes and Heavy Rainfall, pp.285-293, 2008.10
  34. Uzuoka, R., Kazama, M., Unno, T. and Sento, N., Liquefaction analysis of unsaturated of soil with three-phase coupled analysis, Proc. of the 3rd. Taiwan-Japan joint Workshop on Geotechnical Hazards from Large Earthquakes and Heavy Rainfall, pp.55-64, 2008.10
  35. Mori, T., Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R. and Sento, N., Stability assessment based on monitoring during both heavy rainfall and earthquake motion, Landslides and Engineered Slopes, Chen et al. (eds), Vol.2, pp.1241-1246, 2008.7
  36. Kazama, M., Sento, N., Uzuoka, R. and Ishimaru, M., Progressive Damage Simulation of the Showa Bridge Caused by Lateral Spreading during the 1964 Niigata Earthquake, Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, Hanlong Liu, An Deng and Jian Chu Editors, Geotechnical Engineering for Disaster Mitigation, Springer, Proc. of the 2nd International; Conference GEDMAR08, Nanjing, China, pp.171-176, 2008.6
  37. Kazama, M., Shimizu, Y., Mori, T., Sento, N. and Uzuoka, R., Trace of Liquefaction under the Shinano river bank during the 1964 Niigata Earthquake, Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, KYRIAZIS D. PITILAKIS Editor, Paper No.1209, 11p., 2007.6
  38. Unno, T., Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R. and Sento, N., Volumetric compression behavior of sand under cyclic loading history with various stress paths, Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, KYRIAZIS D. PITILAKIS Editor, Paper No.1278, 9p., 2007.6
  39. Uzuoka, R., Shimizu, Y., Kamura, A., Sento, N. and Kazama, M., A unified prediction for liquefaction and settlement of saturated sandy ground, Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, KYRIAZIS D. PITILAKIS Editor, Paper No.1382, 11p., 2007.6
  40. Mori T, Kazama M., Uzuoka R. and Sento, N., Evaluation of representative soil profile in the mesh used in the seismic response analysis of subsurface layers in Sendai Plane, 12th. Japan Earthquake Engineering Symposium, paper No.002, pp.114-117, 2006.11
  41. Fukumoto S., Oikawa K., Sento N. and Kazama M.,Evaluation of cyclic deformation performance for the diluvium sand layers using In-situ freezing sample, 12th. Japan Earthquake Engineering Symposium, paper No.0090, pp.466-469, 2006.11
  42. Nadeej H. Priyankar, Motoki, Kazama, Noriaki, Sento and Ryosuke, Uzuoka: Pore water migration effect during cyclic loading for gravel drain improved ground, 12th. Japan Earthquake Engineering Symposium, paper No.0094, pp.482-485, 2006.11
  43. Unno T., Kazama, M.,Uzuoka, R. and Sento N., Liquefaction mechanism of unsaturated sand considering the compressibility of the pore air, 12th. Japan Earthquake Engineering Symposium, paper No.0098, pp.498-501, 2006.11
  44. Kazama, M., Morimoto, H., Mori, T. and Sento, N. : Micromechanical interpretation of liquefaction resistance of over-consolidated granular assemblies, Geomechanics and Geotechnics of Particulate Media, Hyodo, Murata & Nakata (eds), pp.217-223, Sep12-14, 2006.9.
  45. Priyankara, N.H., Kazama, M., Sento, N. and Uzuoka, R.: Evaluation of Liquefaction Resistance of Gravel Drain Improved Loose Sandy Ground considering the Partially Drained Cyclic Behavior, Proc. of 2nd Japan-Taiwan Joint Workshop, Nagaoka, Niigata, Japan, pp.183-190, Mat18-20, 2006.5.
  46. Mori, T., Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R. and Sento, N.: Evaluation of subsurface ground softness layer of the eastern area of Sendai City based on the bore-hole data, Proc. of 2nd Japan-Taiwan Joint Workshop, Nagaoka, Niigata, Japan, pp.217-224, Mat18-20, 2006.5.
  47. Toshiyasu UNNO, Motoki KAZAMA, Noriaki SENTO and Ryosuke UZUOKA: Cyclic shear behavior of unsaturated volcanic sandy soil under various suction conditions, The 4th International Conference on Unsaturated Soils, ASCE Geotechnical Special Publications 147, pp.1133-1144, Arizona, U.S.A., 2006.4.
  48. Kiyohara, Y., UNNO T., and KAZAMA M.: Infiltration measurements in model embankments composed of volcanic sandy soils, The 4th International Conference on Unsaturated Soils, ASCE Geotechnical Special Publications 147, pp.167-178, Arizona, U.S.A., 2006.4.
  49. Kazama, M. and Yamaguchi, A.: Seismic Behavior of the Ground at Kobe Artificial Islands Inferred from Experiments, International Symposium on Earthquake Engineering Commemorating Tenth Anniversary of the 1995 Kobe Earthquake (ISEE Kobe 2005), pp.B-21-31, 2005.1.
  50. Uzuoka, R., Kazama, M., Zhang, F., A. Yashima A. and Oka, F.: Prediction of Liquefaction Induced Earth Pressure on a Group Pile Foundation, International Symposium on Earthquake Engineering Commemorating Tenth Anniversary of the 1995 Kobe Earthquake (ISEE Kobe 2005), pp.B-191-202, 2005.1.
  51. Uzuoka, R., Sento, N. and Kazama M.: Numerical Analysis of Rate-dependent Reaction of Pile in Saturated or Liquefied Soil, Seismic Performance and Simulation of Pile Foundations in Liquefied and laterally Spreading Ground, Geotechnical Special Publication No.145, edited by R.W. Boulanger and K. Tokimatsu, ASCE, pp.204-217, (Davis, CA, 2005.5).
  52. Priyankara, N.H., Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R., Sento and Sakamoto K.: Evaluation of characteristics of sand compaction pile improved composite ground by online testing method, 16th International Conf. on Soil Mechanics & Geotechnical Engrg., Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Satellite Conference, pp.138-145, (Osaka, Japan, 2005.9)
  53. Kawamura, K, Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R., Sento, N., Suzuki, T. and Oshima, T.: Liquefaction resistance of ground improved by permeable grouting method, 16th International Conf. on Soil Mechanics & Geotechnical Engrg., Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Satellite Conference, pp.130-137, (Osaka, Japan, 2005.9)
  54. Kazama, M., Unno, T., Sento, N. & Uzuoka, R.: Mudflow type failure of artificial fill with volcanic sandy soil during the earthquake on May 26, 2003 in Japan, Proc. of the International Geotechnical Symposium, Geotechnical aspects of natural and man-made disasters, (Astana, Kazakfstan, 2005.6).
  55. Kwon, Y.C., Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R. & Sento, N., An applicability of hybrid-online simulation method on the prediction of the consolidation settlement of clay, Proc. of the 15th Southeast Asian Geotechnical Conference, (Bangkok, Thailand, 2004.11).
  56. Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R., Sento, N.and Unno, Soil-water characteristic curve of volcanic sandy soil which caused mudflow type failure during the 2003 Sanriku-minami earthquake, Taiwan-Japan Joint Workshop on Geotechnical hazards from large earthquake and heavy rainfall, (Taipei, Taiwan, 2004.11).
  57. Asano, T., Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R., Sento, N., Kazama, S., Izumi, N., Nakamura, T. and Chanseng, P.: Geotechnical aspects of riverbank erosion along the Mekong river in Vientiane, Proc. of International Conference on Advances in Integrated Mekong River Management, pp.353-360. (Laos, Vientiane, 2004.11).
  58. Uzuoka, R., Kazama M., Zhang, F., Yashima, A. and Oka, F.: Prediction of Earth Pressures on a Pile Group Due to Liquefaction-induced Ground Flow, COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS, WCCM VI in conjunction with APCOM’04, Tsinghua University Press & Springer-Verlag, Beijing, (Beijing, China, 2004.10).
  59. Kazama, M., Sento, N., Kwon, Y.C., Yamaguchi, A., Geotechnical Hybrid Simulation of Liquefiable Inclined Ground Considering Pore Water Migration, 13rd. WCEE, Paper No. 3475, CD-ROM,(Vancouver, Canada, 2004.8).
  60. Kazama, M., Uzuoka, R., Sento, N.and Unno, T.: Seepage shear failure of sandy soils by pore water injection test, 3rd. International Conference on Continental earthquakes, (Beijing, China, 2004.7)
  61. Kazama, M., Sento, N., Uzuoka, R., Kwon, Y.C. and Sakamoto, K., Geotechnical Hybrid Simulation for predicting earthquake deformation of liquefiable ground both during and after, International Conf. on Cyclic behavior of Soils and Liquefaction Phenomena, Edited by Th. Triantafyllidis, Balkema, pp.479-488, (Bochum, Germany, 2004.3).
  62. Noriaki Sento, Motoki Kazama, Ryosuke Uzuoka, Akihiro Matsuya and Makoto Ishimaru, Liquefaction-induced volumetric change during re-consolidation of sandy soil subjected to undrained cyclic loading histories, Cyclic behaviour of soil and liquefaction phenomena, Edited by Th. Triantafyllidis, Balkema, pp.199-206, (Bochum, Germany, 2004.3).
  63. Uzuoka, R., Sento, N. and Kazama, M.: Numerical analysis on liquefaction-induced progressive deformation with a pore water migration, Proc. of 3rd. International Symposium on Deformation Characteristics of Geomaterials, Lyon, pp.1095-1101, (Lyon, France, 2003).
  64. N., Sento, M. Kazama, S. Fukumoto and K. Saito, Geotechnical hybrid simulation of ground evaluated to be liquefiable by current conventional design method, US-Japan seminar on seismic disaster mitigation in urban area by geotechnical engineering, CD-ROM, (Alaska, 2002.6)
  65. R. Uzuoka, M. Kazama and N., Sento, Numerical analysis on liquefaction -induced progressive deformation with a pore water migration, US-Japan seminar on seismic disaster mitigation in urban area by geotechnical engineering, CD-ROM, (Alaska, 2002.6).
  66. N. Sento, M. Kazama, K. Akahori and H. Ohmura, Mechanism and prediction of flow deformation due to seepage after earthquake, Lessons learned from recent strong earthquakes, 15th International Conf. on Soil Mechanics & Geotechnical Engrg., Earthquake Geotech. Engrg Satellite Conf., pp.369-374, (Turkey, 2001).
  67. Morimoto, H., Okada, N. and Kazama, M., Evaluation of elastic energy of granular assembles subjected to various consolidation histories by DEM, Powders and Grains 2001, Kishino(ed.), Balkema, pp.247-250, (Sendai, 2001).
  68. Kazama, M. and Yanagiawa, E., Strong motion intensity from liquefaction viewpoint, Proc. of 12th. WCEE, CD-ROM, 8p.,(Auckland, New Zealand 2000).
  69. Park, C.H., Kazama, M. and Yanagisawa, E., Detection of pollutant source location by data from monitoring wells, 11th Asian Geotechnical Conf.,(Soul, Korea 1999).
  70. Yanagisawa E, Kazama, M. and Kagatani, T., Liquefaction Resistance Based on Energy Dissipation Capacity, 2nd. International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, pp.519-524, (1999).
  71. Nakamura, S., Kazama, M., Kobayashi, A. and Osumi, T. , Damage due to Northern Iwate Prefecture Earthquake, September 3,1998. 2nd. International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, pp.785-790, (1999).
  72. H. R. Razaghi, Yanagisawa E and Kazama, M., Permanent displacement analysis of circular sliding block during shaking, Slope Stability Engineering, N. Yagi, T, Yamagami and J-C. Jiang editors, Vol.1, pp.641-646, (1999).
  73. Kazama, M., Kagatani, T. and Yanagisawa E., Liquefaction Characteristics of Decomposed Granite Soil at Kobe artificial Island, International Symposium on Problematic Soils, IS-Tohoku 98, pp.411-415, (1998).
  74. Lee, K. H., Kazama, M., Yanagisawa E. and Ohneda, H., Consolidation Characteristics of the Dredged Sludge Mixed with Oyster Shells. International Symposium on Problematic Soils, IS-Tohoku 98, pp.575-578, (1998).
  75. Yanagisawa E., Kazama, M. and Park, C.H., A Method of Soil Classification Based on Fuzzy Cluster Analyses. International Symposium on Problematic Soils, IS-Tohoku 98, pp.677-680, (1998).
  76. Kazama, M., Masuda, M., Yamaguchi, A. and Yanagisawa E., Liquefaction Strength of Decomposed Granite Soil Inferred from Array Records. Engineering Mechanics: A Force for the 21st Century, ASCE , pp.478-481, (1998).
  77. Kazama, M. and Yanagisawa, E., Dynamic Properties of soft clay obtained from centrifuge shaking table test, Proc. of 11WCEE, (1996).
  78. Kazama,M., Nonlinear dynamic behavior of the ground inferred from strong motion array records at Kobe Port Island during the 1995 Hyogo-ken Nanbu Earthquake, Proc. of International Workshop on Site Response subjected to Strong Earthquake Motions, pp.185-200, (1996).
  79. Kazama, M., Toyota, H., Towhata,I. and Yanagisawa, E., Stress strain relationship of sandy soils directly obtained from 1-D centrifuge shaking table tests, Proc. of IS/TOKYO 95, pp.711-716,(1995).
  80. Kazama, M., Toyota, H. and Inatomi,T., Stress Strain Relationship in Soils Directly Obtained from Centrifuge Shaking Table Tests, Int. Workshop on Wind and Earthquake Engineering for Offshore and Coastal Facilities, pp.129-143, (1995).
  81. Kazama,M., Inatomi,T. and Iizuka,E., Comparison of 1g and Centrifuge Models of a dynamic earth pressure problem, Proc. Internat. Conf on Geotechnical Centrifuge, pp.197-202,(1994).
  82. Inatomi,T. Kazama,M. Ishibashi,T. Naito,S. Takeda,T. and Yamanobe,S., Analysis of Characteristics of Pre-stressed Concrete Cable-Stayed Bridge (Aomori Bay Bridge) using Strong Motion Observation data., Proc. of FIP Symposium, pp.1537-1544, (1993).
  83. Kazama,M. and Inatomi,T., Dynamic Earth Pressure and Dynamic Water Pressure of Fills behind Quaywalls, Engineered Fills, Edited by B.G.Clarke, C.J.F.P.Jones & A.I.B. Moffat, pp.140-152, (1993).
  84. Inatomi,T. and Kazama,M., Shaking Table Tests for the Seismic Stability of Caisson Type Quaywalls both in Ordinary 1G Field and in Centrifugal Field, Proc. of 10th WCEE, Vol.5, pp.2801-2806, (1992).
  85. Nogami,T. and Kazama,M., Study of Soil-Structure Interaction in Offshore Environment by Thin Layer Element Method, Proc. of 2nd Int. Offshore and Polar Engineering Conf. , (1992).
  86. Kazama,M. and Nogami,T., Effects of Permeability and Loading Rate on Dynamic Stiffness of Saturated Soil, Proc. of Int. Conf. on Geotechnical Eng. for Coastal Development, pp.459-462,(1991).
  87. Inatomi,T., Kazama,M., Noda,S. and Tsuchida,H., Centrifuge Dynamic Model Test in PHRI, Proc. of the 21st. Joint Meeting of US/JAPAN Panel on Wind and Seismic Effects, US/JAPAN Natural Resources Conference, pp.181-192, (1988).
  88. Kazama, M. and Inatomi,T., A Study on Seismic Stability of Large Scale Embedded Rigid Structures, Proc. of 9th WCEE, Vol.3, pp.629-634, (1988).
  89. Inatomi,T., Kazama,M. and Ohtsuka,K., Development of Earthquake Simulator in the PHRI Centrifuge and Its Application, Proc. of 9th WCEE, Vol.8-SI-3, pp.831-836, (1988).
  90. Inatomi,T., Kazama,M., Iai,S. Kitazume,M. and Terashi,M., Development of an earthquake simulator for the PHRI centrifuge, Proc. Int. Conf. on Geotechnical Centrifuge Modelling, pp.111-114, (1988).
  91. Kazama,M. and Inatomi,T., Analytical Study on Seismic Stability of Embedded Rigid Structures, Proc. of 7th Japan Earthquake Engrg. Symposium, pp.1099-1104, (1986).

Other Contributions

  1. Case histories of post-liquefaction remediation, technical committee for earthquake geotechnical engineering, TC4, ISSMGE, pp.41-56, 2001.(co-author)
  2. Handbook on Liquefaction Remediation of Reclaimed land, Port and Harbour Research Institute Ditor, Balkema, 1997.(co-author)

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