# Centrifugal Method of Mixing Soil with Stabilizer

*A new method of pulverizing and mixing soil with stabilizers is considered for the purpose of minimizing the energy required in these operations. The method consists of extruding soil...*

Response of Torsionally Excited Foundations

*Investigated herein are two aspects of the response of a rigid massless foundation of circular plane which is supported at the surface of a homogeneous elastic half space and is excited...*

Flow Through Annulus with Large Radial Clearance

*This investigation deals with a theoretical analysis of the characteristics of a fully developed turbulent helical flow in a concentric annulus, and an experimental program to verify the...*

Ripple Profiles Modeled Mathematically

*Fundamental to the mechanics of ripple and dune behavior is the eddy zone in the lee of the bedform. A profile model based on irrotational flow and incorporating an eddy zone is presented...*

Predicted Pullout Strength of Sheet-Piling Interlocks

*A theoretical study was made to determine the role of material properties and interlock dimensions in the pullout strength of steel sheet piling. Pullout occurs after large plastic rotations...*

Tangent Stiffness in Space Frames

*A tangent stiffness matrix is derived for the geometrically nonlinear analysis of elastic space frames, based on the assumption of small relative deformations but large rotations. The...*

Behavior of Polygonal and Circular Ring Beams

*In this paper, expressions for rotational stiffness of polygonal and circular rings are derived and interpreted, and results are also presented graphically as design aids. A special study...*

Elasto-Plastic Analysis of Coupled Shear Walls

*An elasto-plastic procedure for analysis of coupled shear walls by assuming a partial or complete collapse mechanism is presented. The complete collapse mechanism is assumed to occur when...*

Spiral Flows in Finite Rotating Annular Tubes

*Three-dimensional, time-dependent, axisymmetric flows of an incompressible Newtonian fluid in an annular tube as well as in a circular one were analyzed numerically. The flow was produced...*

Stability of Framed Structures

*The stability characteristics of multistory framed structures are studied herein. A simplified reduced eigenvalue approach to include the effect of joint rotation is used, and its validity...*

Finite Deflections of Circular Membranes

*The behavior of membrane-like structures is of interest in conjunction with problems concerning slack diaphragms, inflatable structures, explosive forming of metals, interpretation of...*

Free Vibrations of Arches Flexible in Shear

*An analysis of the in-plane, free vibration of uniform, circular arches is made, considering the effects of both shearing deformation and rotatory inertia. From a study of numerical solutions,...*

Free Vibration of Horizontally Curved Beams

*The effects of transverse shearing deformation and the flexural rotatory inertia on the natural frequencies of horizontally circularly curved beams were studied....*

Transverse Anisotropy in Disks and Plates

*This technical note describes the method of limit analysis which is used to obtain the collapse loads of a rotating disk and circular plate under lateral loading....*

Inviscid Shear Flow with Corner Eddies

*Steady rotational flow of an inviscid fluid in a two-dimensional channel with symmetrical, asymmetrical abrupt contractions and also flow in a circular channel with a symmetric abrupt...*

Helical Flow through Concentric Annulus

*The object of this investigation is to study the properties of a fully developed turbulent helical flow in a concentric annulus. A steady axial flow is assumed to take place under a constant...*

Behavior of Laterally Loaded Piles: III—Socketed Piles

*An analysis is made of the working-load behavior of a single laterally loaded pile, the tip of which is socketed into rock underlying the soil layer, for various combinations of boundary...*

Plastic Behavior of Hollow Structural Sections

*A series of tests on beams of hollow structural sections was conducted to determine their adequacy in plastic design. A minimum plastic rotation requirement of law times the elastic limit...*

Composite Beams in Torsion

*The experimental behavior of four 12 WF 27 sections in composite action with a reinforced concrete slab (2 in., 3 in., 4 in., 6 in. thick) by 36.0 in. wide, subjected to only an end torque...*

Concrete Arch Culvert Behavior-Phase 2

*An arch culvert, under a 240-ft. (73-m) embankment, was tested to assess influence on structural behavior of four methods of backfilling, including Method A, employing well-compacted structure...*

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