Study on Secondary Compression of Claysby Toshihisa Adachi, Kyoto Univ, Dep of Civil, Engineering, Kyoto, Japan,
Fusao Oka, Kyoto Univ, Dep of Civil, Engineering, Kyoto, Japan,
Mamoru Mimura, Kyoto Univ, Dep of Civil, Engineering, Kyoto, Japan,
Abstract: An elastoviscoplastic constitutive model shows that a strain rate effect parameter is related to the coefficient of secondary compression. The relation was verified experimentally by test results on four different clayey soils. The effect of a sample thickness on amount of primary consolidation is discussed on the basis of the model.
Subject Headings: Soil compression | Clays | Mathematical models | Consolidated soils | Physical models | Strain | Soil stress | Mechanical properties | Japan | Asia
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