Seismic Stability of Nonhomogeneous, Anisotropic Slopes

Residual Undrained Deformation from Cyclic Loading
Residual undrained deformation of anisotropically consolidated soil samples under cyclic loading is investigated. The magnitude of residual deformation is influenced by factors such as...

Stresses and Displacements in Cross-Anisotropic Soils
An analytic investigation is presented on the effect of soil cross-anistropy on surface displacements and stress distributions in a homogeneous thick soil deposit (halfspace) subjected...

Ring Loaded Laminated Cylindrical Shells
The stress analysis of a laminated anisotropic cylindrical shell subjected to a circumferentially varying line load is considered. The solution state is obtained through a super-position...

Soil as an Anisotropic Kinematic Solid

The Application of Generalized Stress-Strain Relations

Characterization of the Undrained Anisotropy of Clays

Stress-Deformation Predictions Using A General Phenomenological Model

A Critical State Model for Predicting the Behaviour of Clays

A Numerical Method to Describe Seepage Flow into a Row of Drain Tile

Surface Hydrology: III°Causes of Lateral Flow
Streamlines bend after they enter a nonuniform, sloping soil. On penetrating to a more permeable soil layer they bend downstream. This can occur in unsaturated soil above a sloping water...

Surface Hydrology: IV°Flow in Sloping, Layered Soil
In a nonuniform soil with rotational symmetry the properties change along a coordinate n that forms an angle a with the vertical. During infiltration...

Dynamic Analysis of Unbalanced Anisotropic Sandwich Plates
The modified stiffness method of unbalanced anisotropic sandwich plates is extended and applied to the dynamic analysis of sandwich plates consisting of an orthotropic core and two equal...

Soil Failure Modes in Undrained Cyclic Loading
The failure modes of saturated sand in undrained cyclic loading are explored. A typical soil element subject to dynamic load exists initially under a nonhydrostatic state of stress. Anisotropically-consolidated...

Clay Anisotropy and Braced Wall Behavior
A technique is presented which modifies the basal heave analysis procedures for braced excavations to account for the strength anisotropy exhibited by most natural, soft to medium clays....

Anisotropic Strength of Cohesionless Sands
Natural soil deposits are generally anisotropic as well as heterogeneous. In order to provide a guideline for estimating a reasonable strength parameter applicable to such complex soils,...

Seepage From Freewater Above Impermeable Tailings
A proposed model for seepage discharge into a porous embankment from free water above impermeable tailings is described. It is assumed that the discharge is controlled by saturated seepage...

Nonlinear Hyperelastic (Green) Constitutive Models for Soils: Predictions and Comparisons

A Nonlinear Anisotropic Constitutive Law for Fabrics

Strength Anisotropy of Layered Soil System
Many natural clays acquire the property of cross anisotropy due to the process of sedimentation followed by one-dimensional consolidation. In some other cases, due to rhythmic fluctuations...

 

 

 

 

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