Preface; Foreword; Introduction: Fumio Tatsuoka; Photos; Special Keynote Paper by
Tatsuoka, F. : Inelastic Deformation Characteristics of Geomaterial;Keynote Papers by Lo Presti, D., Pallara, 0., and Mensi, E. : Characterization of Soil Deposits for Seismic Response Analysis; Di Benedetto, H. : Small Strain Behaviour and Viscous Effects on Sands and Sand-Clay Mixtures; Shibuya, S. and Kawaguchi, T. : Advanced Laboratory Stress-Strain and Strength Testing of Geomaterials in Geotechnical Engineering Practice; Behavior of Granular Materials: Pallara, 0., Froio, F., Rinolfi, A., and Lo Presti, D. : Assessment of Strength and Deformation of Coarse Grained Soils by Means of Penetration Tests and Laboratory Tests on Undisturbed Samples; Umetsu, K. : Strength Properties of Sand by Tilting Test, Box Shear Test and Plane Strain Compression Test; Matsushima, T., Katagiri, J., Uesugi, K., Nakano, T., and Tsuchiyama, A. : Micro X-ray CT at SPring-8 for Granular Mechanics; Saomoto, H., Matsushima, T., and Yamada, Y. : Visualization ofParticle-Fluid System by Laser-Aided Tomography; Verdugo, R. and de la Hoz, K. : Strength and Stiffness of Coarse Granular Soils; Muir Wood, D., Sadek, T., Dihoru, L., and Lings, M.L. : Deviatoric Stress Response Envelopes from Multiaxial Tests on Sand; Yasin, S.J.M. and Tatsuoka, F. : Stress-Strain Behaviour of a Micacious Sand in Plane Strain Condition; Behavior of Clays: Nishie, S., Wang, L., and Seko, I. :Undrained Shear Behavior of High Plastic Normally Ko-corisolidated Marine Clays; Nash, D.F.T., Lings, Mi., Benahmed, N., Sukolrat, J, and Muir Wood, D.: The Effects of Controlled Destructuring on the Small Strain Shear Stiffness Go of Bothkennar Clay; Fortuna, S., Callisto, L, and Rampello, S. : Small Strain Stiffness of A Soft Clay along Stress Paths Typical of Excavations;
Parlato, A., d'Onofrio, A., Penna, A., and Santucci de Magistris, F. : Mechanical Behavior of Florence Clay at the High-Speed Train Station; Lanzo, G. andPagliaroli, A. : Stiffness of Natural and Reconstituted Augusta Clay at Small to Medium Strains; Silvestri, F., Vitone, C., d'Onofrio, A., Cotecchia, F., Puglia, R., and Santucci de Magistris, F. : The Influence of Meso-Structure on the Mechanical Behavior of a Marly Clay from Low to High Strains; Teachavorasinskun, S. : Inherent vs. Stress Induced Anisotropy of Elastic Shear Modulus of Bangkok Clay; Soil Viscous Properties: Sorensen, K.K., Baudet, B.A., and Tatsuoka, F. : Coupling ofAgeing and Viscous Effects in An Artifically Structured Clay; Duttine, A., Di Benedetto, H., and Pham Van Bang, D.
Viscous Properties of Sands and Mixtures of Sand/Clay from Hollow Cylinder Tests; Enomoto, T., Tatsuoka, F., Shishime, M., Kawabe, S., and Di Benedetto, H. : Visocus Property of Granular Material in Drained Triaxial Compression; Deng, J-L. and Tatsuoka, F. : Viscous Property of Kaolin Clay With and Without Ageing Effects by Cement-Mixing in Drained Triaxial Compression; Modified Soils and Soil Mixtures: Kuwano, J. and Tay, W.B.: Effects of Curing Time and Stress on the Strength and Deformation Characteristics ofCement-Mixed Sand; Lovati, L, Tatsuoka, F., and Tomita, Y. : Effects of Some Factors on The Strength and Stiffness of Crushed Concrete Aggregate; Michalowski, R. and Thu, M. : Freezing and Ice Growth in Frost-Susceptible Soils; Ansary, M.A., Noor, M.A., and Islam, M. : Effect ofFly Ash Stabilization on Geotechnical Properties of Chittagong Coastal Soil; Lohani, T.N., Tatsuoka, F., Tateyama, M. and Shibuya, S. : Strengthening of Weakly-Cemented Gravelly Soil with Curing Period; Ampadu, S. : The Loss of Strength of An Unsaturated Local Soil on Soaking; Uchimura, T., Kuramochi, Y., and Bach, T.T. : Material Properties of intermediate Materials Between Concrete and Gravelly Soil; Kongsukprasert, L., Sano, Y., and Tatsuoka, F.: Compaction-Induced Anisotropy in the Strength and Deformation
Characteristics of Cement-Mixed Gravelly Soils; Wang, J.P., Ling, H.I.,
The material in this work is focused on recent developments in research into the stress-strain behavior of geomaterials, with an emphasis on laboratory measurements, soil constitutive modeling and behavior of soil structures (such as reinforced soils, piles and slopes). The latest advancements in the field, such as the rate effect and dynamic behavior of both clay and sand, behavior of modified soils and soil mixtures, and soil liquefaction are addressed.
Contains publications reflecting the latest advancement on different subjects of geotechnical engineering
Subjects range from laboratory testing to soil modeling and field behavior of soil structures
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