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EXPERIMENTAL RHEOLOGY CLAYEY SOILS (Geotechnika , No 13)
January 1, 1995
by Taylor & Francis
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
Creep of Soils 6. Methods of Experimental Data Handling 7. Theories of Creep Soil rheology is a branch of soil mechanics investigating the origin of, and the time-dependent changes in the stressed and strained state of soil. The author of this book however interprets rheology as being the science concerned on the one hand with how the state. A hybrid model for soils, which combines percolation theory and finite element method is presented. The internal soil structure is modelled via the finite element method, and percolation networks are used for analyzing its mechanical behaviour. Through a microscopic characterization of elastic properties of soil grains, the model is generated. The effective percolation threshold obtained is.
Books Book Series Online Platforms Open Access Books. Subjects. Experimental study of the soil-water characteristics of a decomposed soil using the relative humidity (RH) An in situ investigation of the swell-shrinkage behaviour of clayey soils, M. Chretien and R. Fabre. Fluid rheology is produced by rheological material. Plasticity rheology mainly refers to the sliding and peristaltic between soil solid particles under shear stress. It is generally believed that the soft soil rheology mainly belongs to fluid rheology, while the rheology of sand and other coarse grained soil mainly belongs to plasticity rheology.
Clays and Clay Minerals, , Vol. 17, pp. Pergamon Press. Printed in Great Britain RHEOLOGICAL MODEL STUDIES IN CLAY R. W. CHRISTENSEN and J. S. KIM Department of Engineering Mechanics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. The aim of this work is to show the makings of γ-ray spectroscopy proximal survey within experimental fields with clayey soils in western γ-ray spectrometer used for the fieldwork was “The Mole”, made by “The Soil Company”, “Medusa system” and the University of Groningen, from The Netherlands.
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"The book is intended for scientists and engineers involved in the study of the physical, mechanical and rheological properties of clayey soils and their application to solution of the theoretical problems of rheology and the design of various structures.
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clayey and silty soils. Rheology in Soils, In the first part of the book, the author describes laboratory tests, based on internationally accepted methods. The second part of the book. Abstract. Problems involving shear creep of clayey soils as viscoplastic bodies are examined. The creep rate of the soil is represented by a binomial generalized rheologic equation; the problem of the travel speed of the soil over an inclined surface is solved using this equation.
This paper introduces basic concepts of rheology for geotechnicians, specially highlighting viscoelasticity under simple shear stress, which explains with reasonable accuracy well known phenomena dependent on time in soils.
The objective is to bring geotechnicians to rheology and show another important tool to access geotechnical problems. Most of the observations in literature have focused on the determination of the time-dependent behavior of clayey soils, whereas the reported experimental studies of granular materials are few.
This paper presents an up-to-date review of the various observed time- and rate-dependent phenomena that are known to exist for both clay and sand.
Mechanical behavior of an unsaturated clayey silt: an experimental and constitutive modelling study Enrique Romero, a Marcelo Sánchez, * b Xuerui Gai, b Mauricio Barrera, a Antonio Lloret a a Division of Geotechnical Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona.
Rheology is a science dealing with the mechanical behavior of fluids and plastic bodies when subjected to external stresses. Hooke’s law for a perfect elastic body, Newton’s law for ideal fluids, and finally, Bingham’s yield represent terms on which rheology is based (Bingham, ).Theoretical aspects of rheology are the relation of the flow/deformation behavior of material and its.
The shrinkage swelling phenomenon of clayey soils is affected by Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere (SVA) interactions and can cause severe structural damage. Gui, Y, Zhao, G & Khalili, NExperimental investigation of desiccation of clayey soils.
in B Samali, MM Attard & C Song (eds), From Materials to Structures: Advancement through Innovation. CRC Press, Leiden The Netherlands, pp. -Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and MaterialsSydney, Australia, 11/12/ In this study, Hong Kong marine deposits (HKMDs), which are clayey soils, and a sand-mixed bentonite (SMB) soil were investigated in relaxation tests.
Relaxations were performed in both the loading stage and the unloading stage. This paper is focused on the testing study and modeling of the time-dependent relaxation behavior of clayey soils. Experimental study on instability of bases on natural and lime/cement-stabilized clayey soils. Author links open overlay panel Raymond N.
Yong a Vahid R. Ouhadi b. Show more. It is shown that soil mineralogy and pore fluid analysis, in conjunction with X-ray diffraction testing, can be combined to provide a set of practical ways to monitor.
RHEOLOGICAL PECULIARITY OF CLAYEY SOILS DEFORMATION UNDER SWELLING INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RHEOLOGY AND SOIL MECHANICS, SEPTEMBERCOVENTRY, UK. The results of the experimental studies of the mechanism of the rheological process in swelling clayey soils have been presented in this paper.
ing inZ urich, soil rheology was recognized as an in-Juliana Keiko T The Power Law ts the experimental results for man y non- clayey soils [35–37] and w ater treatment sludge [7.
The conceptual model is illustrated schematically in Figure first, second, and fourth columns are from Hockley and Omotoso (, this volume, figure 1), with the fourth column simplified to show only the pathways of mineral solids, including clays, through oil-sands of the operations takes advantage of or is affected by one or more of the fundamental physical processes.
Abstract The paper presents an experimental study on water retention behaviour of two reconstituted soils, a silty clay (Speswhite kaolin) and a sandy clayey silt (Barcelona silt) and two compacted soils, a silty clay (Speswhite kaolin) and a silty sandy gravel (Adige river embankment).
The rate-dependent rheological behaviour of soils of different origins and characteristics was studied and the applicability of the power law model was examined.
The studied soils were divided into three groups: (i) low-activity soils, (ii) high-activity soils, and (iii) silt-rich soils. The results show that the power law applies to all these.
Abstract Experimental data from different testing methodologies on different compacted clayey soils, with dominant bimodal pore size distribution, are presented and analysed, to provide a comprehensive picture of the evolution of the aggregated fabric along hydraulic and mechanical paths.
The tests found that the waste fibres (PET and PP) improved the strength properties of the Pekan clayey soils. The unconfined compressive strength (UCS) value increased with the increasing percentage of PET fibre and reached the optimum content at 10% reinforcement, where it showed the highest improvement of kN/m 2 from kN/m 2 and.