6 edition of Critical state soil mechanics via finite elements found in the catalog.
|Statement||A.M. Britto, M.J. Gunn.|
|Series||Ellis Horwood series in civil engineering|
|Contributions||Gunn, M. J. 1951-|
|LC Classifications||TA710 .B743 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||488 p. :|
|Number of Pages||488|
|LC Control Number||86033791|
This comprehensive new two-volume work provides the reader with a detailed insight into the use of the finite element method in geotechnical engineering. As specialist knowledge required to perform geotechnical finite element analysis is not normally part of a single engineering degree course, this lucid work will prove invaluable. Constitutive modelling for liquefaction. Determining state parameter in situ. Soil variability and characteristic states. Static liquefaction and post-liquefaction strength. Cyclic stress-induced liquefaction (cyclic mobility and softening). Finite element modelling of soil liquefaction. Practical implementation of critical state approach.
Arul M. Britto is the author of Critical State Soil Mechanics Via Finite Elements ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews)/5(3). Associated with each of the examples listed above there is a collection of standard solutions to commonly occurring problems to which the engineer can refer (i.e. the theories of elasticity, plasticity and fluid mechanics). Contents: Mechanics Critical state soil mechanics Analysis of consolidation using finite elements Introduction to CRISP.
Critical state soil mechanics. Critical State Soil Mechanics is the area of soil mechanics that encompasses the conceptual models that represent the mechanical behavior of saturated remolded soils based on the Critical State concept. The aim of the Introduction to Critical State Soil Mechanics course is to provide practicing engineers with a sound understanding of critical state soil mechanics and its application in geotechnical engineering. The theory of consolidation and shear behaviour of soil can be unified within the framework of critical state soil Size: 1MB.
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Critical State Soil Mechanics Via Finite Elements Ellis Horwood series in civil engineering Series in Civil and Mechanical Engineering: Authors: Arul M.
Britto, Michael John Gunn: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Ellis Horwood, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Dec 3, ISBN:Length: critical state soil mechanics via finite elements Initial chapters describe basic theories of continuum mechanics, critical state soil mechanics and finite element techniques.
Most of the book is devoted to the description of an line FORTRAN program called CRISP (critical state program) which uses the finite element technique and allows predictions to be made of ground deformations using critical state by: Critical State Soil Mechanics via Finite Elements BRITTO, A.M.; GUNN, M.J.
| Books |Cited by: This paper presents numerical modeling of piles in expansive soils. The finite element software (ADINA) is used in the modeling, Cam-Clay soil model representing the expansive soils.
As a verification of the proposed numerical model, a well documented case study of piles constructed in expansive soil is used. Key-Words: numerical modeling, finite element method, soil mechanics, Mohr-Coulomb, Nova, Vermeer, retaining wall 1 Introduction The materials used in civil engineering have been and still are continuously studied in order to obtain effective design of the structures.
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Year:Cited by: In this paper, some practical aspects of the finite element implementation of critical state models are discussed. Improved automatic algorithms for stress integration and load and time stepping are presented.
The implementation of two generalized critical state soil models, with one described first in this paper and the other recently published elsewhere, is by: : Critical State Soil Mechanics Via Finite Elements (Ellis Horwood Series in Civil Engineering) () by Britto, A.M.; Gunn, M.J.
and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Paperback. This book covers all the basic theory of CSSM and finite elements and contains a complete FORTRAN listing of a finite element program CRISP (Critical State Program), developed by research workers in the Cambridge University Soil Mechanics Group.
Critical state theories describe soil as a two phase elasto-plastic yielding continuum, but the program also includes elastic descriptions of soil behaviour Author: Arul M. Britto, Mike J. Gunn. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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