# Numerical Methods in Geomechanics Volume 1

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Numerical Methods in Geomechanics Volume 1 book

# Numerical Methods in Geomechanics Volume 1

DOI link for Numerical Methods in Geomechanics Volume 1

Numerical Methods in Geomechanics Volume 1 book

ByG. Swoboda

Edition 1st Edition

First Published 1988

eBook Published 1 November 2017

Pub. location London

Imprint Routledge

Pages 716 pages

eBook ISBN 9780203745366

SubjectsEngineering & Technology

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Swoboda, G. (1988). Numerical Methods in Geomechanics Volume 1. London: Routledge, https://doi.org/10.1201/9780203745366

First Published in 2017. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Informa company.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part |180 pages

Main lectures

chapter 1|10 pages

#### Behavior and simulation of soil tunnel with thin cover

ByToshihisa Adachi, Tadashi Kikuchi, Hiroshi Kimura

chapter 2|10 pages

#### Progress in BEM applications in geomechanics via examples

ByP.K. Banerjee, Gary F. Dargush

chapter 3|14 pages

#### Application of analytic and semi-analytic techniques to geotechnical analysis

ByJ.R. Booker

chapter 4|7 pages

#### Incrementally multi-linear and non-linear constitutive relations: A comparative study for practical use

ByF. Darve, B. Chau, H. Dendani

chapter 5|10 pages

#### Unified approach for constitutive modelling for geologic materials and discontinuities

ByC.S. Desai

chapter 6|15 pages

#### Dynamic nonlinear hysteretic effective stress analysis in geotechnical engineering

ByW.D. Liam Finn, M. Yogendrakumar, N. Yoshida

chapter 7|14 pages

#### Some numerical techniques for free-surface seepage analysis

ByGiancarlo Gioda, Augusto Desideri

chapter 11|14 pages

#### Some recent developments in interactive computer graphics for 3-D nonlinear geotechnical FEM analysis

ByFred H. Kulhawy, Kirk L. Gunsallus, Anthony R. Ingraffea, Patrick C.-W. Wong

chapter 16|12 pages

#### Simple models for soil behaviour and applications to problems of soil liquefaction

ByO.C. Zienkiewicz, A.H.C. Chan

part 1|104 pages

Numerical techniques and programming

chapter 17|5 pages

#### Experiences with the analysis of geotechnical problems solved by the FEM using different equation solvers on several computers

ByHermann Schad, Frank Breinlinger

chapter 18|5 pages

#### Some computational experiences of a geomechanical benchmark in rock salt

ByD. Piper, N.C. Knowles

chapter 19|10 pages

#### Improved algorithm for non-linear analysis by the finite element method

ByP. Humbert, P. Mestat

chapter 20|8 pages

#### A unified approach to the analysis of saturated-unsaturated elastoplastic porous media

ByB.A. Schrefler, L. Simoni

chapter 21|8 pages

#### Uni-axial wave propagation through fluid-saturated elastic soil layer

ByL.W. Morland, R.S. Sandhu, W.E. Wolfe

chapter 22|10 pages

#### Formulations and a methodology for computing the response of unsaturated soils to changes in temperature

ByH.H. Vaziri

chapter 23|6 pages

#### Several aspects of formation of structures of computer programs, selection and algorithmization of medium models in geomechanics

ByA.A. Yufin, V.I. Titkov, A.S. Morozov, T.L. Berdzenishvili

chapter 25|7 pages

#### The use of Lees’ algorithm in the analysis of some ground heat and mass transfer problems

ByH.R. Thomas, S.W. Rees

chapter 26|5 pages

#### Hybrid finite element model utilized for fracture of concrete beams on elastic foundations

ByS.M. Sargand, G.A. Hazen, H. Zheng

chapter 28|7 pages

#### Displacement discontinuities and interactive graphics for three-dimensional, hydraulic fracturing simulators

ByL. Vandamme, P.A. Wawrzynek

chapter 29|5 pages

#### Stress analysis of large structures in hydraulic engineering by weighted residuals method

ByChang Yang, Dai Miaoling

part 2|263 pages

Constitutive laws of geotechnical materials

chapter 31|6 pages

#### Generalized constitutive equations of saturated sand

ByTej B.S. Pradhan, Tadanobu Sato, Toru Shibata

chapter 33|6 pages

#### Coupled elasto-plastic deformation-flow finite element analysis using imaginary viscosity procedure

ByM. Shoji, T. Matsumoto, S. Morikawa, H. Ohta, A. Iizuka

chapter 34|6 pages

#### Strength behavior of granular materials using discrete numerical modelling

ByJohn M. Ting, Brent T. Corkum

chapter 35|6 pages

#### A complete constitutive law for soil structure interfaces

ByM. Boulon, N. Hoteit, P. Marchina

chapter 38|8 pages

#### Incremental theory of elasticity and plasticity under cyclic loading

ByY. Ichikawa, T. Kyoya, T. Kawamoto

chapter 39|8 pages

#### Numerical simulation of the behaviour of saturated sand

ByM.J. Prabucki, W. Wunderlich

chapter 40|6 pages

#### A constitutive model of soils for evaluating principal stress rotation

ByH. Matsuoka, Y. Suzuki, K. Sakakibara

chapter 41|10 pages

#### Assessment of a new class of implicit integration schemes for a cone-cap plasticity model

ByK. Runesson, E. Pramono, S. Sture, K. Axelsson

chapter 43|8 pages

#### Discontinuous numerical model for partially saturated soils at low saturation

ByJ.A. Gili, E.E. Alonso

chapter 44|6 pages

#### Modelling the development of rupture surfaces using displacement-type finite element methods

ByR.G. Wan, D.H. Chan, N.R. Morgenstem

chapter 45|6 pages

#### Constitutive subroutine to simulate alternating loading of granular materials

ByF. Molenkamp

chapter 46|6 pages

#### Constitutive equation of tertiary sedimentary mudstone considering strain hardening and strain softening

ByK. Watanabe, A. Denda, H. Kawasaki, A. Nakazawa

chapter 47|6 pages

#### Theoretical evaluation of the frictional damping of rocks

ByAlpa Giovanni, Gambarotta Luigi

chapter 48|6 pages

#### Analysis of the cone penetration test by the strain path method

ByC.I. Teh, G.T. Houlsby

chapter 49|11 pages

#### Constitutive laws including kinematic hardening for clay with pore water pressure and for sand

ByH. Duddeck, D. Winselmaim, F.T. König

chapter 50|6 pages

#### An anisotropic hardening model for the mechanical behaviour of clay

ByHirai Hiroyoshi

chapter 52|7 pages

#### Model of sand behaviour towards shearing and compressibility in three-dimensional conditions of stress and strain

ByS. Chaffois, J. Mormet

chapter 53|6 pages

#### Elasto-plastic anisotropic hardening model for sand in a wide stress region

ByH. Murata, N. Yasufuku

chapter 56|7 pages

#### Verification of elasto-viscoplastic model of normally consolidated clays in undrained creep

ByT. Matsui, N. Abe

chapter 57|6 pages

#### A solution method for continua with continuously varying stiffnesses

ByM.A. Koenders, A.F. Williams

chapter 58|6 pages

#### Mathematically consistent formulation of elastoplastic constitutive equations

ByK. Hashiguchi

chapter 59|7 pages

#### On errors involved in the experimental-numerical investigation in triaxial compression tests

ByJanusz M. Dluzewski, Lech A. Winnicki

chapter 61|6 pages

#### Constitutive relations with general Masing rule under multi-dimensional stress condition

ByK. Nishi, M. Kanatani

chapter 62|8 pages

#### Some constitutive laws for creeping soil and for rate-dependent sliding at interfaces

ByL. Vulliet, K. Hutter

chapter 65|5 pages

#### Mathematical modelling and prognose dimensions of karst sinkholes in multilayered soil bases of buildings and structures

ByE.A. Sorochan, G.M. Troitzky, P.D. Grigoruk, V.V. Tolmachyov

chapter 66|7 pages

#### A model for predicting the viscoplastic stress-strain behaviour of clay in three-dimensional stresses

ByT. Nakai, K. Tsuzuki

chapter 69|7 pages

#### Geomechanical applications of fully coupled, transient thermoelasticity

ByJ.P. Carter, J.R. Booker

part 3|156 pages

3 Flow and consolidation

chapter 71|8 pages

#### Numerical investigation of hydraulic fracturing in clays

ByH.K. Tam, H.K. Mhach, R.I. Woods

chapter 72|6 pages

#### Consolidation analysis of soils by elasto-plastic constitutive models

ByY.K. Cheung, Y. Tsui, P.Y. Lu

chapter 73|9 pages

#### Deformation of a sedimentary overburden on a slowly creeping substratum

ByN.C. Last

chapter 74|5 pages

#### Evaluation of a quasi-dynamic algorithm for soil consolidation problems

ByD. Kovačićc, A. Szavits-Nossan

chapter 75|5 pages

#### Consolidation of layered soils under time-dependent loading

ByJ.C. Small, J.R. Booker

chapter 76|6 pages

#### Constitutive modelling for anisotropically overconsolidated clay

ByY. Kohata, T. Mitachi, M. Kawada

chapter 78|7 pages

#### Modelling thermal, three-dimensional, three-phase flow in a deforming soil

ByW.S. Tortike, S.M. Farouq Ali

chapter 79|6 pages

#### Finite difference analysis of consolidation by vertical drains with well resistance

ByA. Onoue

chapter 80|6 pages

#### Interpretation of concrete top base foundation behaviour on soft ground by coupled stress flow finite element analysis

ByKatsuhiko Arai, Ikuo Yasukawa, Yuzo Ohnishi, Masakuni Horita, Shinji Nakaya

chapter 81|5 pages

#### On the determination of the matrix of permeability for partially saturated finite elements

ByS. Gobbi, S.M. Petrazzuoli

chapter 82|5 pages

#### Imperfect underground barriers under transient seepage conditions

ByR. Jappelli, F. Federico, C. Valore

chapter 83|4 pages

#### Prediction of consolidation of elastoplastic subsoils

ByA. L. Goldin, A.A. Gotlif, V.S. Prokopovich

chapter 84|6 pages

#### Effects of test procedure on constant rate of strain pressuremeter tests in clay

ByI.C. Pyrah, W.F. Anderson, L.S. Pang

chapter 85|6 pages

#### Analytical procedure for evaluating pore-water pressure and deformation of saturated clay ground subjected to traffic loads

ByM. Hyodo, K. Yasuhara

chapter 86|6 pages

#### Partial-drained behaviour of clay under cyclic loading

ByKazuya Yasuhara, Kazutoshi Hirao, Masayuki Hyodo

chapter 87|10 pages

#### Consolidation settlements of interacting structural foundations

ByA.P.S. Selvadurai, K.R. Gopal

chapter 88|8 pages

#### Undrained Bearing Capacity of Anisotropically Consolidated Clay

ByAkira Nishihara, Hideki Ohta

chapter 89|6 pages

#### Three-dimensional bearing capacity analysis of clays under partially drained condition

ByA. Asaoka, S. Ohtsuka

chapter 90|8 pages

#### The effect of anisotropy on consolidation in a soil layer

ByM.F. Randolph, J.R. Booker

chapter 91|8 pages

#### Flow analysis of clay layer due to berth construction

ByT. Adachi, F. Oka, M. Mimura