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Soil Plasticity: Theory and Implementation (Developments in Geotechnical Engineering) ePub download

by W.F. Chen,G.Y. Baladi

  • Author: W.F. Chen,G.Y. Baladi
  • ISBN: 0444424555
  • ISBN13: 978-0444424556
  • ePub: 1577 kb | FB2: 1435 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science (November 15, 1985)
  • Pages: 234
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Elsevier's Developments in Geotechnical Engineering book series is designed to provide a comprehensive . Published: 1st November 1985 Authors: .

Elsevier's Developments in Geotechnical Engineering book series is designed to provide a comprehensive source of detailed information on all aspects of Geotechnical Engineering. This book presents some fundamental concepts behind the basic theories and tools of discrete element methods (DEM), its historical development, and its wide scope of applications in geology, geophysics and rock engineering.

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This book is addressed primarily to civil engineers familiar with such traditional topics as strength of materials, soil . It introduces the reader to the theory of soil plasticity and its numerical implementation into computer programs.

This book is addressed primarily to civil engineers familiar with such traditional topics as strength of materials, soil mechanics, and theory of elasticity and structures, but less familiar with the modern development of the mathematical theory of soil plasticity necessary to any engineer working under the general heading of nonlinear analysis of soil-structure system. This book will satisfy his needs in the case of the soil medium.

This book is addressed primarily to civil engineers familiar with such traditional topics as strength of materials, soil mechanics, and theory of elasticity and structures, but less familiar with the modern development of the mathematical theory of soil plasticity necessary to any engineer working.

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Developments in Geotechnical Engineering 58 MODELLING OF SOIL-STRUCTURE .

Developments in Geotechnical Engineering 58 MODELLING OF SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction (Developments in Geotechnical Engineering). Developments in Geotechnical Engineering, 83 Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction This Page Intentionally Left Blank. Recent developments in nonlinear analysis.

Soil plasticity theory and implementation, developments in geotechnical engineering. Physical modeling utilizing a geotechnical centrifuge was done to study the effects of explosions on underground tunnels. Manual for LS-DYNA soil material model 147. B A Lewis. Centrifuge modeling allows the study of the effects of a large explosion on prototype scale, through experiments using smaller explosives, using scaled models of actual structures. Blasts scale to the third power of gravity (g). For example a one gram charge in a model subjected to 100 g's is equal to a ton of prototype (full scale) explosives.

This book is addressed primarily to civil engineers familiar with such traditional topics as strength of materials, soil mechanics, and theory of elasticity and structures, but less familiar with the modern development of the mathematical theory of soil plasticity necessary to any engineer working under the general heading of nonlinear analysis of soil-structure system. This book will satisfy his needs in the case of the soil medium.It introduces the reader to the theory of soil plasticity and its numerical implementation into computer programs. The theory and method of computer implementation presented here are appropriate for solving nonlinear static dynamic problems in soil mechanics and are applicable for finite difference and finite element computer codes. A sample computer model subroutine is developed and this is used to study some typical soil mechanics problems.With its comprehensive coverage and simple, concise presentation, the book will undoubtedly prove to be very useful for consulting engineers, research and graduate students in geotechnical engineering.