Stress Conditions in Triaxial Compression

by A. Balla,

Serial Information: Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 1961, Vol. 126, Issue 1, Pg. 1074-1101

Document Type: Journal Paper


Investigation of stresses and deformations occurring in test specimen, during triaxial compression test, used to determine shearing strength of soil; influence of end restraint on cylindrical test specimens exerted by stiff loading plates with any degree of roughness, is considered by introduction of simplified roughness function; numerical solutions for test specimen with length-diam ratio of 2.0 and for maximum roughness of plates.

Subject Headings: Triaxial tests | Compression tests | Load tests | Soil tests | Compression | Numerical analysis | Soil deformation | Triaxial loads

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