In-plane deformation of non-coaxial plastic soil
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Published by The Laboratory in Hanover, N.H .
Written in English


  • Continuum mechanics.,
  • Deformations (Mechanics)

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StatementShunsuke Takagi ; prepared for Directorate of Facilities Engineering, Office, Chief of Engineers by Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory.
SeriesCRREL report -- 78-7.
ContributionsUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Directorate of Facilities Engineering., Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 28 p. :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17548284M

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The strain localization in soil under plane strain and true triaxial conditions were predicted by bifurcation analysis on the non-coaxial plasticity. Constitutive equations for planar deformation of rigid plastic materials, J. Mech A comparison of two classes of non-coaxial plasticity models in plane strain, Unpublished Note, University of Nottingham. Google Scholar. Yang, Y. and Yu, H.S. (a). Numerical simulations of simple shear with non-coaxial soil models, Int. J. Num. Analy. The non-coaxial plastic flow rule (after Rudnicki and Rice, ).. 25 Results of the coaxial and non-coaxial predictions with perfect plas-ticity, K0 =; (a) shear stress ratio; (b) orientations of the principal stress and principal plastic strain rate (after Yang and Yu, b) Non-coaxial plasticity for granular soils subjected to stress rotations. Apart from the experimental research, non-coaxial plastic flow rules have also been derived theoretically from a micro-mechanical study of granular materials (Christoffersen et al. ). Non-coaxiality has been studied theoretically within the context of fully.

Elastic and plastic soil deformation and its influence on emission of greenhouse gases Christoph Haas 1*, Dörthe Holthusen, Anneka Mordhorst, Jerzy Lipiec2, and Rainer Horn1 1Institute for Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, CAU Kiel, Hermann-Rodewald-Str. 2, Kiel, Germany 2Institute of Agrophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, P.O. Box , Lublin, Poland.   Many types of soils exist in nature varying in their composition, size and characteristics. They have to be suitably classified before they are involved in any geotechnical application. However, clarity does not exist in the existing soil classification systems in classifying inorganic silts, silty sands and silty gravels that are non plastic. Peth, J. Nellesen, G. Fischer, and R. Horn, “ Non-invasive 3D analysis of local soil deformation under mechanical and hydraulic stresses by μCT and digital image correlation,” Soil . Plasticity of Soil It is the property of soil by which it undergoes deformation without cracking or fracturing. Criteria: i. The soil should be clay. ii. Presence of water Negative charges are present on the surfaces of clay particles. The water molecules are dipolar and hence they are attracted towards the surfaces of clay particles.

The non‐coaxial soil stress–strain response can be studied in the laboratory such as with simple shear apparatus 2, 8, directional shear cell 5, 6, torsional hollow cylinder 17 and two‐dimensional (2D) general stress appara These tests allow various degrees of control of the rotation of the principal axes of stress or strain. Book Description. This book is about geoplasticity, solid mechanics of rock, jointed rock and soil beyond the domain of a purely elastic deformation. Plastic deformation is irreversible and begins at the limit to elasticity with any attempt at further loading. As discussed, the inherent deformation method is an advantageous method for predicting the welding distortion of large welded structures. The thermal elastic-plastic FEM [33] can also be employed as a practical tool to predict the welding distortion of a fairly large structure, as shown in Fig. The length of the structure in the figure is. In-Plane Deformation of Non-Coaxial Plastic Soil, Shunsuke Takagi; Materials Science; ; View 8 excerpts, cites background and methods; Save. Alert. Research Feed. Inversion of Meg Data for a 2-D Current Distribution. George Dassios, Konstantia Satrazemi; Mathematics; ; 1. Highly Influenced. Open Access. View 4 excerpts, cites background;.