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Finite element analysis of the time-dependent behavior of soft clays
Ronaldo Israel Borja
Thesis (Ph. D.)- Stanford University, 1984.
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|Pagination||3 Microfiches (242 fr)|
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D.J. Gooch, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, Structural Analysis. Assessment of the remaining life of complex components and structures may require the use of sophisticated techniques such as finite element analysis to determine stresses and temperatures at critical points. Alternatively the overall behavior of a component may be described by use of a . An introductory textbook covering the fundamentals of linear finite element analysis (FEA) This book constitutes the first volume in a two-volume set that introduces readers to the theoretical foundations and the implementation of the finite element method (FEM). The first volume focuses on the use of the method for linear problems. A general procedure is presented for the finite element Author: Ioannis Koutromanos.
Finite-Element Parametric Study of the Consolidation Behavior of a Trial Embankment on Soft Clay Wenxiong Huang1; Stephen Fityus2; Daniel Bishop3; David Smith4; and Daichao Sheng5 Abstract: The paper presents a case study for numerical analysis of the consolidation behavior of an instrumented trial embankment constructed on a soft soil foundation. This report is dealing with time dependent settlements calculated with numerical methods and subsequent comparisons with field measurements. The numerical computations in this report have been performed using Plaxis, a two-dimensional numerical program based on the finite element method. Plaxis is very practical for solving complex geotechnical problems involving settlements or slope stability.
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This study investigated the time-dependent behavior of a diaphragm wall and ground surface for a typical excavation in soft clay using two-dimensional finite element analysis. During excavation, deformations normally increase with time, both in the soil excavation time and the elapsed time between excavation : Syiril Erwin Harahap, Chang-Yu Ou.
Abstract Columnar inclusion is one of the effective and widely used methods for improving engineering properties of soft clay ground. This paper investigates the consolidation behavior of composite soft clay ground using both physical model tests under an axial-symmetry condition and finite element simulations using the PLAXIS 2D program.
Modeling Time-Dependent Behavior of Soft Sensitive Clay The model is implemented into a finite-element code, which enables coupled consolidation analyses.
between experimental results and simulations show that the model has good predictive ability on the time-dependent behavior of a soft sensitive clay. Recommended. Cited By.
The settlement behavior of soft natural clays under a year embankment load is investigated by obtaining the high-quality undisturbed samples of soft natural clays beneath a constructed embankment. Download Finite Element Analysis By S.S. Bhavikatti – With the author`s experience of teaching the courses on Finite Element Analysis to undergraduate and postgraduate students for several years, the author felt need for writing this concept of Finite Element Analysis, finding properties of various elements and assembling stiffness equation is developed systematically by splitting.
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ISBN The export rights of this book are vested solely with the publisher. element analysis framework for implementing modiﬁed Cam clay model” being submitted by Dipika Devi, to the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy is a record of bonaﬁde research work carried out by her under my supervision.
The aim of this work was to study the biomechanical behavior of a "All-on-four" implant-supported prosthesis through a finite element analysis using either isotropic or anisotropic properties of bone. Settlement Analysis of Embankments on Soft Clays Finite-Element Parametric Study of the Consolidation Behavior of a Trial Embankment on Soft Clay.
International Journal of Geomechanics September Comparison of Natural and Remolded Plastic Clay. The model is used to simulate various strain-rate and creep tests under one-dimensional and triaxial conditions on the intact samples of Vanttila clay.
The comparisons between experimental results and simulations show that the model has good predictive ability on the time-dependent behavior of a soft sensitive clay.
Abstract. A discussion is presented of the numerical analysis, based on the finite element method, of the time dependent effects that develop when a tunnel is driven in a rock mass characterized by a viscous : G.
Gioda, A. Cividini. In order to model the strainsoftening behavior of clays in Finite Element Method, - NGI () and Jostadand Gri mstad () proposed the NGI-ADPSoft2 NGI-ADPSoft2 model is a total stress model based on an anisotropic Tresca yield soil criterion, able to simulate the postpeak softening behavior of Size: KB.
A computer based method of simulating or analyzing the behavior of structures or components. | Review and cite FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS protocol, troubleshooting and other methodology information. Created Date: 6/22/ AMFile Size: 9MB. This book details the mathematical analysis which justifies the finite element method which was largely discovered and explored in the late 60's.
It stays in the linear or Hilbert Space domain. This is not a limitation and is still current as nonlinearity is usually introduced at a degree of approximation.5/5(4). Finite element analysis of time-dependent behavior in deep excavations. This study investigated the time-dependent behavior of a diaphragm wall and ground surface for a typical excavation in soft clay using two-dimensional finite element analysis.
It is unsteady because the moisture content changes as a function of time. This chapter presents a finite element solution of unsteady and unsaturated flow in porous media. It also presents an unsteady, unsaturated, one-dimensional, horizontal flow in a soil of constant cross section and finite length.
Embankment settlement is estimated based on one-dimensional consolidation analysis and nonlinear finite-element analysis following Biot’s consolidation theory. Finite-element results are calibrated against the measured field data for a period of more than 3 years.
Development and dissipation of excess pore pressure, long-term settlement, and horizontal displacement are predicted and. Finite Element Modeling of Embankment Resting on Soft Ground Stabilized with Prefabricated Vertical Drains.
modeling the clay behavior, through finite element analysis. Though some sections are dated, the contents of this book remain a solid foundation for understanding the behavior of finite element techniques in theory and in practice.
Furthermore, while the contents are mathematically rigorous, the authors largely avoid the theorem/lemma/proof of most mathematical books, and instead describe the analysis in an almost conversational tone.
Model tests and finite element analysis for vertically loaded anchors subjected to cyclic loads in soft clays Xinglei Cheng, Yifeng Li, Piguang Wang, Zhongxian Liu, Yadong Zhou Article Predicting the behavior of sand columns in soft clays using hypoplastic finite element modeling A.
Riman, S. Sadek & S. Najjar Numerical modeling of controlled modulus column installation in soft soils using a linear elastic perfectly plastic soil model.Finite Element Analysis.
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