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Searched for: LC Classification is Technology -- Engineering (General). Civil engineering -- Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General) -- Soil mechanics
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This paper discusses the neglect of micro-mechanics in soil mechanics, and seeks to establish a role that will benefit both the research worker and the practitioner. In support of the mathematical construct of...
The hydrocollapse of loess continues to cause major geotechnical problems throughout the world. Work is currently being conducted to develop a constitutive model to analyze the behavior of collapsing loess soils. This...
This Swedish based site, Pile Info, is a description site based upon Pile technology and its applications. The site provides information on many different topics such as, geology, soil mechanics, pile statistics, and...
A mesh based partition of unity method, known as the manifold method, is used in simulating the evolution of a slope failure. The problem configuration consists of a simple slope that has pre-existing tensile cracks...
Soil bearing earth pressure theory assumes that upon exceeding a certain stress condition, rupture surfaces are formed in the soil mass. Thus, the stress causing the formation of these rupture surfaces may be considered...
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