In Situ Strength of Rolled and Hydraulic Fill
Rolled and hydraulic fill usually have anisotropic in situ strength characteristics. The strengths on horizontal and vertical planes in an anisotropic soil may be evaluated by vane shear...

Bearing Capacity of Footings on Anisotropic Soils
Using the method of characteristics the ultimate bearing capacity of rough strip footings on soils in which cohesion is anisotropic, and increases linearly with depth, is studied. The...

Closing Materials Research Structural Design Cycle
A capability is described for the simultaneous optimization of material and structural design. This capability is based upon the materials evaluation function concept. It draws upon existing...

Buckling of Anisotropic Composite Plates
The Galerkin method is utilized to formulate the buckling problem of anisotropic composite plates. The plates are made from either particulate or fiber reinforced homogeneous or laminated...

Seepage Through Dams in the Complex Potential Plane
The solution of seepage through a homogeneous isotropic or anisotropic earth dam is obtained by finite differences. The x and y coordinates are considered the dependent variables and the...

Bearing Capacity of Footings on Layered Clays
An analysis of the bearing capacity factors, Nc for strip footings on anisotropic two-layer cohesive...

Anisotropy and Stress Reorientation in Clay
When an undrained failure occurs in a deposit of clay in the field, the shear strength mobilized on a failure surface may vary with the orientation of the surface either as a result of...

Strength Variation Along Failure Surfaces in Clay
Experimental studies have shown that the undrained strength of one-dimensionally consolidated clay may vary with orientation of the failure plane. Three of the types of variation found...

Solution of Anisotropic Seepage by Finite Elements
A new method of numerical solution of equations governing seepage flow, in non-homogeneous and anisotropic media is presented. The formulation is developed in some detail for two dimensional...

Stability of Slopes in Anisotropic Soils
The different types of anisotropic strength properties are evaluated. A method is developed to account for the variation of undrained strength with direction of applied stresses in stability...

Plastic Analysis of Orthotropic Circular Plates
Limit analysis is used to determine the collapse loads and velocity fields of rigid-perfectly plastic, orthotropic circular plates. Anisotropy is described by a modified Tresca yield condition....

Membrane Stresses in Laminated Anisotropic Shells
A membrane stress analysis for laminated anisotropic shells is presented. The shell structure is assumed to be composed of an arbitrary number of bonded layers, each with a different (constant)...

Shear Strength of an Anisotropically Consolidated Clay
The shear strength of a saturated, anisotropically consolidated, remolded clay has been investigated by means of hollow, cylindrical samples where the three applied principal stresses...

Seepage through Layered Anisotropic Porous Media
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Seepage Through Layered Anisotropic Porous Media
Study of seepage from leveed rivers into adjoining agricultural lands; flow nets in idealized cross sections were determined by electric analogy model; boundaries represented channel bed...

Effect of Anisotropic Consolidation on the Undrained Shear Strength of Compacted Clays

Measurement of the Premeability of Tri-Axially Anisotrophic Soil
Effect on piezometer measurements of anisotropy in horizontal plane is analyzed; anisotropy does not significantly affect numerical value of shape factor of piezometer cavity; it may consequently...

Analysis of a Two Way Truss System
Truss system forming space grid is described; grid can be rigidly or elastically supported as desired; two methods of analysis are presented of which first is based on method of consistent...

 

 

 

 

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