The Effective Stress Path for Soil at High Pressureby Jerry A. Yamamuro, Univ of California, Los Angeles, United States,
Poul V. Lade, Univ of California, Los Angeles, United States,
Abstract: The effect of increasing stiffness in the soil skeleton on the effective stress path in undrained triaxial compression tests is experimentally examined and found to not be significant. The effect of creep in the soil skeleton tends to overshadow any possible effect of increasing soil stiffness.
Subject Headings: Soil stress | Soil compression | Effective stress | Compression tests | Soil tests | Stiffening | Shear tests | Triaxial tests
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