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000126240 245__ $$aEnhanced viscoplastic modelling of soft soils
000126240 269__ $$a2008
000126240 260__ $$aNone$$bTaylor & Francis$$c2008
000126240 336__ $$aConference Papers
000126240 520__ $$aGeotechnical experimental observations of the influence of strain rate on the mechanical behaviour of soft soils express fundamental microscopic processes. The main macroscopical displays are creep, relaxation and strain-rate effect on strength. With these considerations in mind, an innovative constitutive formulation accounting for the time-dependency of the mechanical behaviour of soft soils is developed based on the unique effective stress-strain-strain rate concept. The performance of the proposed model is presented with numerical examples and comparisons with experimental data.
000126240 6531_ $$aBehavior
000126240 6531_ $$aClay
000126240 700__ $$0240226$$aLaloui, Lyesse$$g105611
000126240 700__ $$aChalindar, Suzanne
000126240 7112_ $$aGeotechnics of Soft Soil – Focus on Ground Improvement$$cGlasgow, UK$$dSeptember 2008
000126240 773__ $$j1$$k1$$q55-64$$tGeotechnics of Soft Soil – Focus on Ground Improvement
000126240 909C0 $$0252080$$pLMS$$xU10264
000126240 909CO $$ooai:infoscience.tind.io:126240$$pconf$$pENAC
000126240 937__ $$aLMS-CONF-2008-028
000126240 973__ $$aEPFL$$rNON-REVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED
000126240 980__ $$aCONF