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000133587 245__ $$aBehavior of Unsaturated Aggregated Soil in Oedometric Condition
000133587 269__ $$a2009
000133587 260__ $$c2009
000133587 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000133587 520__ $$aNatural and agricultural soils usually possess an aggregated structure; in the sense that they are composed of aggregates and large inter-aggregate pores. Under the natural condition, these soils are usually unsaturated and the large pores are easily drained. The present paper looks at the combined effects of soil structure and partial saturation on the mechanical behaviour of aggregated soils. Conventional and suction-controlled oedometer testing are used to evaluate the soil response at different combinations of saturation and the initial soil structure. The soil structure effects are assessed by comparing the behaviour of aggregated to that of the corresponding reconstituted soil. The effects of suction in reconstituted and aggregated soils are evaluated by testing at different levels of suction.
000133587 6531_ $$aaggregation, apparent preconsolidation, oedometer, soil
000133587 6531_ $$astructure, suction
000133587 700__ $$0240998$$aKoliji, Azad$$g160132
000133587 700__ $$0240226$$aLaloui, Lyesse$$g105611
000133587 700__ $$0241269$$aVulliet, Laurent$$g106690
000133587 773__ $$j49$$k3$$q369-380$$tSoils and Foundations
000133587 8564_ $$uhttp://www.jiban.or.jp/e/sf/contents/49-3.html$$zURL
000133587 909C0 $$0252080$$pLMS$$xU10264
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000133587 937__ $$aLMS-ARTICLE-2009-001
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000133587 980__ $$aARTICLE