4 edition of Creep of soils and related phenomena found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 397-411) and indexes.
|Statement||Jaroslav Feda ; reviewers, Jiří Šimek, Pavol Peter.|
|LC Classifications||TA710 .F36713 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||422 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||422|
|ISBN 10||802000209X, 044498822X|
|LC Control Number||93123828|
Soil creep definition is - slow down-slope movement of earth materials under the influence of gravitation. Collapses from the macromechanical point of view occur by loading, by wetting, by creep, by radial softening, by excess pore water pressure. The classification is not exhaustive. Soils as structured systems behave as all such systems: gradual (smooth) development (deformation) is periodically interrupted by by:
Not all smiles are created equal. tonipostius via Flickr How much teeth should you show when you smile? How wide should your grin be, and what if it’s crooked? Using a variety o. Creep and stress relaxation are two processes where phenomenological models are most useful in predicting soil behavior. However, they are often treated as two separate phenomena although physical considerations suggest that one process could be responsible for bringing about the other.
Many researchers have studied creeping behaviour of clayey soils in the laboratory using both oedometer and triaxial tests; however in most cases, they have only concentrated on the pre-peak creep behaviour of soil, which does not adequately explain the creep movement that undergo large displacements at close-to-residual state of shear. CREEP ON A HILLSIDE DEPENDS NOT ONLYON CLIMATIC CONDITIONS AND ANGLE OF SLOPE BUT ON TYPE OF SOIL, PARENT MATERIAL, AND MANY OTHER FACTORS. CFS Sharpe () “Landslides and Related Phenomena” Columbia University Press Prior to Dr. Sharpe's book, Physical Geology Text Books did not contain a section on Mass Wasting.
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Read the latest chapters of Developments in Geotechnical Engineering atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Get this from a library. Creep of soils and related phenomena. [Jaroslav Feda] -- In this volume, soil creep is analysed within the framework of other soil-rheological phenomena, such as stress relaxation and long-term resistance, to present an in-depth discussion of the effect of.
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pp pp. ref pp of Abstract: This textbook (13 chapters) covers the following aspects: (1) rheological behaviour of geomaterials; (2) structure and texture of soils; (3) state parameters of soils; (4) elasticity, viscosity and plasticity; (5) experimental rheology rheology Subject Cited by: Creep of Soils and Related Phenomena by J.
Feda. ebook. Sign up to save your library. In this volume, soil creep is analysed within the framework of other soil-rheological phenomena, such as stress relaxation and long-term resistance, to present an in-depth discussion of the effect of time on soil behaviour.
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The theory of hereditary creep was selected as the best theory serving the author's purpose to propose simple constitutive relations governing creep of soils.
The proposed constitutive relations have been implemented into FEM programs and the effect of the time factor has been demonstrated by the solution of such boundary value problems as a Author: Jaroslav Feda.
Creep of Soils and Related Phenomena. Support. Adobe DRM creep was selected as the best theory serving the author’s purpose to propose simple constitutive relations governing creep of soils.
The proposed constitutive relations have been implemented into FEM programs and the effect of the time factor has been demonstrated by the solution.
In this volume, soil creep is analysed within the framework of other soil-rheological phenomena, such as stress relaxation and long-term resistance, to, ISBN Buy the Creep of Soils: and Related Phenomena ebook. The theory of hereditary creep was selected as the best theory serving the author's purpose to propose simple constitutive relations governing creep of soils.
The proposed constitutive relations have been implemented into FEM programs and the effect of the time factor has been demonstrated by the solution of such boundary value problems as a. A Creep Model of Unsaturated Soil Based on Burger’s Model: ZHENG Jun 1,2, WANG Shi-mei 3, ZHOU Hui 1,2, WANG Li 3, ZOU Liang-chao 3, XU Hui-yuan 4, HOU Hui-ming 1,2: Key Laboratory of Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, WuhanChina; sity of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.
Creep of frozen soils is one of the most important topics in engineering activities when frozen soils are involved. This paper firstly gives a review on the previous studies on creep of frozen soils.
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Creep of frozen soils is one of the most important topics in engineering activities when frozen soils are involved. This paper firstly gives a review on the previous studies on creep of frozen soils. It is found that extensive experimental work has been carried out, which has facilitated recognition of Cited by: 3.
Chapter 5 CREEP OF SOILS*1 MECHANISM OF CREEP Attenuating and non-attenuating creep As has already been mentioned, the process of creep may proceed at an either decreasing or increasing rate, respectively referred to as attenuating creep and nonattenuating creep (Fig. Undrained creep has been observed in many experimental works with soft soils, and its simulation has been addressed in other works.
38,39,44,50, 59, The usual procedure is to perform. Downhill creep, also known as soil creep or commonly just creep, is the slow, downward progression of rock and soil down a low grade slope; it can also refer to slow deformation of such materials as a result of prolonged pressure and stress.
Creep may appear to an observer to be continuous, but it really is the sum of numerous minute, discrete movements of slope material caused by the force of. Creep and stress relaxation phenomena occur simultaneously in a geosynthetic-reinforced soil (GRS) structure. Therefore, the simultaneous measurement of creep and stress relaxation occurring in a soil-geosynthetic composite during long-term laboratory interaction tests is by: Apart from soil creep,what are other types of mass wasting?
(Solved) Give other types of mass wasting apart from soil creep. Date posted: June 6, Answers (1) In which ways do plants cause weathering? (Solved) Explain ways in which plants cause weathering. Date posted: June 6. Keywords: Settlement, consolidation, creep, sample disturbance, parameter interpretation.
1 BACKGROUND AND DEFINITIONS Consolidation and creep of clayey soils is an extensively studied topic in soil mechanics. Significant advancements have occurred since the formal inception of the classical theory of consolidation for soils (Terzaghi, ).File Size: KB.