# Geoecology and Computers

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Geoecology and Computers book

# Geoecology and Computers

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Geoecology and Computers book

Edited BySergeyA. Yufin

Edition 1st Edition

First Published 2000

eBook Published 2 May 2018

Pub. location London

Imprint Routledge

Pages 556 pages

eBook ISBN 9780203753620

SubjectsEarth Sciences, Environment & Agriculture

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Yufin, S. (Ed.). (2000). Geoecology and Computers. London: Routledge, https://doi.org/10.1201/9780203753620

This volume presents technical papers devoted to development and practical use of computer methods in geotechnical and geoenviromental engineering. It covers issues on space use and construction, soil and rock mechanics, and mining applications amongst other topics.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part 1|105 pages

Keynote lectures

chapter 1|12 pages

#### Hydrological information in environmental impact assessment and other projects

ByC. J. Blasi

chapter 2|14 pages

#### Application of discontinuum modeling in geotechnical studies for nuclear waste isolation

ByR. Hart, C. Fairhurst

chapter 3|6 pages

#### Numeric methods and method comparison to the ground water modeling of the infiltration of surface water

ByJ. Thiel, R.A. Herrmann

chapter 5|4 pages

#### Application of computer modeling to nuclear waste repository design

BySaeid Saeb, Christopher T. Francke

chapter 6|13 pages

#### On the modelling of in-plane interaction of ice and stationary structures: A review

ByA.P.S. Selvadurai

chapter 8|5 pages

#### Modeling the processes of the construction life cycles on the basis of CALS-technologies

ByV.I. Telichenko

chapter 9|6 pages

#### Estimation of rock mass Boundary conditions using a bayesian approach – Application to the URL, Canada

ByF. Tonon, B. Amadei, D.M. Frangopol

chapter 12|11 pages

#### Recent advances in geotechnical engineering software

ByTh. Zimmermann, A. Truty, S. Commend, J.-L. Sarf

part 2|50 pages

Underground space use and construction

chapter 14|8 pages

#### Repowering of the Miranda hydroelectric project – Numerical investigations for the analysis of the new underground structures

ByN. S. Leitão, L. R. Sousa

chapter 15|6 pages

#### Expert’s systems for mapping of St. Petersburg underground space

ByE.A. Lomakin, S.Ya. Nagorny, P.N. Chaunin

chapter 16|6 pages

#### Prediction of ground movement due to shield tunneling

ByH. Mashimo, T. Ishimura, K. Fujii

chapter 18|3 pages

#### Geomechanical problems of urban underground construction

ByA. Protosienya, D. Potyomkin

chapter 19|10 pages

#### Discontinuum analysis and support design of road tunnels – A case study

ByR. Venugopala Rao, S. Naik, M.N. Reddy, R.N. Gupta

chapter 20|6 pages

#### Numerical investigations for the analysis of a large underground station of Lisbon Metro

ByA. Vieira, L. R. Sousa, J. Barreto

part 3|231 pages

Numerical methods for soil and rock mechanics

chapter 21|6 pages

#### Estimation of soil deformation modulus associated with BEM modeling of cone impression

ByS. M. Aleynikov

chapter 22|3 pages

#### Mathematical software designed for deformation control of engineering structures

ByV.D. Baryshnikov, L.N. Gakhova

chapter 23|5 pages

#### The all-up prognosis of bearing capacity and settling of stuffed piles

ByL.M. Borozenetz, S.A. Vinogradoff, V.K. Lungu, G.O. Fedoseeff, A.G. Fedoseeff

chapter 24|3 pages

#### The defects confluence theory for the description of rock destruction process

ByA.D. Borulev, A.A. Komev, D.V. Shelymagin

chapter 26|6 pages

#### A simplified methodology for the stability analysis of rock slopes with non-persistent discontinuity systems

ByM. Castelli

chapter 27|8 pages

#### Back analysis in the interpretation of concrete dam foundation behavior

ByA.T. Castro, J.V. Lemos

chapter 28|4 pages

#### Mathematical modelling of collapse of big volume mountainous landslide masses

ByA. Chanturia, N. Jgamadze, H. Meladze, N. Skhirtladze

chapter 29|4 pages

#### Three dimensional hexahedron mesh generation for rock engineering

ByS.H. Chen, S.F. Chen

chapter 30|7 pages

#### On the influence of strain softening in the numerical analysis of geotechnical problems

ByA. Cividini, G. Gioda, D. Sterpi

chapter 32|3 pages

#### Computer modeling of structurally heterogeneous hard rock in geomechanics

ByV.A. Dunaev, S.N. Zhurin, S.S. Sery

chapter 33|5 pages

#### Some experiments in 3D numerical limit analysis (NLA)

ByAldo F. Durand, Euripedes A. Vargas, Luiz E. Vaz

chapter 34|4 pages

#### Computer version of FEM for design of pile structures in soils

ByYa.A. Eyyubov, A.A. Ali-zade, M.B. Akhundov

chapter 36|4 pages

#### Database ‘Information card’ for analogues of railway embankments

ByY.K. Frolovsky, A.A. Zaitcev

chapter 37|4 pages

#### Solving problems of stressed states of a mass having block structure

ByL.N. Gakhova

chapter 38|5 pages

#### Express evaluation of slope stability for landslide-hazard zoning

ByE. Gaziev, V. Levtchouk

chapter 39|3 pages

#### Computerized method of CPT data processing for a raft foundation calculation

ByB.V. Goncharov, G.V. Kogan, Sh.R. Nezamutdinov

chapter 40|6 pages

#### Calculation of combined effect of vertical and lateral loads of piles with a variable section by a finite element method

ByA.L. Gotman

chapter 42|6 pages

#### Integrated software for numerical modeling of geomechanical problems

ByI. M. Iofis, A.V. Maksimov

chapter 43|6 pages

#### Software packages for automation of environmental monitoring and experimental data processing

ByK.J. Kachiashvili, D.G. Gordeziani, D.Yu. Melikdzhanian, V.I. Khuchua, V.A. Stepanishvili

chapter 45|6 pages

#### A model of system with random parameters for dynamic soil-structure interaction

ByM. L. Kholmyansky

chapter 46|4 pages

#### Solution of the permafrost engineering problems with use of computer technologies

ByL. N. Khrustalev, G. E. Pustovoit, L. V. Emelianova, N.V. Emelianov

chapter 48|3 pages

#### Refined methods of analysis of complicated foundation plates with varying thickness

ByE.B. Koreneva

chapter 49|6 pages

#### Numerical modelling of soft soils using the Modified Cam-Clay and Melanie models

ByL.J.L. Lemos, P.J.V. Oliveira, P.A.L.F. Coelho

chapter 50|6 pages

#### Informational support system for diagnosis and prediction of dam’s behaviour

ByV. Levtchouk, J. Alberro, E. Gaziev

chapter 51|6 pages

#### Application of the modified Cam-Clay model to a residual soil

ByP.C. Lodi, S.L. Machado, O.M. Vilar

chapter 52|2 pages

#### Prediction of the settlement of the railway dam at the tunnel construction

ByA. Malinin

chapter 53|3 pages

#### Computerized calculation of pile load capacity and the geological sections plotting

ByG. V. Mitkina, Y. M. Shemenkov

chapter 56|5 pages

#### Methodology of an adequate choice of input parameters for a 3-D geomechanical model

ByL. A. Nazarova

chapter 57|2 pages

#### A simplified method of operations with the random values in the geotechnical problems

ByI. B. Ryzhkov

chapter 58|5 pages

#### Applicability of ‘COSMOS/M’ program complex for soil basement computation

ByK.Sh. Shadunts, A. V. Deryabin, A.V. Letyagin

chapter 59|3 pages

#### Record-keeping automatization of foundations footings failures

ByV.G. Simagin, E. I. Ratkova, A. A. Rogov, D. P. Kositcin

chapter 60|6 pages

#### Numerical modelling in geotechnical practice

ByV. Ulitski, A. Shashkin, V. N. Paramonov

chapter 61|4 pages

#### Simplified subsoil models in solution of combined subsoil-superstructure calculation problems

ByV. Ulitski, A. Shashkin, K. Shashkin

chapter 62|6 pages

#### Object-oriented approach in programming of finite element method

ByA.N. Vlasov, M.G. Mnushkin, Yu.G. Yanovsky

chapter 63|4 pages

#### The program for slope stability analysis by engineering methods

ByA. N. Vlasov, M.G. Mnushkin

chapter 64|6 pages

#### AE signal computer processing at the gas storage cavern development

ByA. S. Voznesensky, Y.U. Demtchishin

chapter 65|5 pages

#### The mathematical modelling of mechanical properties of joints in the rock mass by means of a special contact element

ByM.G. Zertsalov, D. S. Konyukhov

part 4|34 pages

Dynamic problems

chapter 66|3 pages

#### Change of dynamic properties of piles with accumulated damage

ByA.A. Ali-zade, M.B. Akhundov

chapter 67|5 pages

#### Numerical modelling of ‘Dam-Foundation-Reservoir’ system for earthquakes

ByV. I. Bronshtein, M. E. Groshev

chapter 68|6 pages

#### The fast dynamic prediction of excavation engineering

ByHuang Hongwei, Yang Jibao, Yang Ningxia, Xiong Zuosheng

chapter 70|3 pages

#### Applying of a super cell method for the spatial underground structures dynamic calculation

ByA.V. Peskov, A.A. Kornev

chapter 71|2 pages

#### Simulation of reinforced brick strucures at seismic excitation

ByV.I. Prokopiev, U. Fahritdinov

chapter 72|6 pages

#### Application of wave equation for interpretation of dynamic penetration tests

ByI.E. Shkolnikov

part 5|47 pages

Mining applications

chapter 73|6 pages

#### Application of the discrete element method in the research of the surface movement induced by underground mining

ByFeng Dingxiang, Chen Wensheng, Ge Xiurun

chapter 74|5 pages

#### The Eurasia lithospheric plate horizontal tectonic stresses modelling

ByA.A. Kozyrev, S. N. Savchenko

chapter 75|7 pages

#### Analysis of subsidence behaviour using discontinuum models for underground coal excavations

BySripad Naik, R. Venugopala Rao, R.N. Gupta

chapter 76|5 pages

#### Mine engineering monitoring at Kuzbass callieries

ByV.P. Potapov, V.A. Fedorin, B.V. Vlasenko

chapter 77|9 pages

#### Novel approach to optimise the dimensions of pillars in underground hard rock mine

ByM.N. Reddy, R. Venugopala Rao, S. Naik, R.N. Gupta

chapter 79|5 pages

#### Computer modeling of rock mass state at geomechanic monitoring

ByB.V. Vlasenko, V.E. Anufriev, V.D. Jalevsky

part 6|67 pages

Hydrology, hydrogeology and groundwater

chapter 80|4 pages

#### Monitoring of hydrological parameters and their use in environmental protection

ByC.J. Blasi

chapter 81|5 pages

#### A finite element numerical analysis for a fluid-solid coupling flow in a deforming porous medium

ByPingchuan Dong, He Shunli, Zhaoxin Lang

chapter 82|5 pages

#### Datan – An MS Excel based tool for estimating design values in hydrology

ByJ. Jensen, T. Frank, D. Wisser

chapter 83|7 pages

#### Optimisation of the Chemoga-Yeda-Sens hydropower scheme, Ethiopia

ByC. Jokiel, R. Walker

chapter 84|6 pages

#### Contaminant transport modeling in multi-porosity fractured systems using a multi-continuum approach

ByV.R. Lagendijk, T. Vogel, J. Köngeter

chapter 85|5 pages

#### Large scale groundwater modelling and calibration

ByT. Manskopf, A. Braxein, T. von Schwarzenberg

chapter 86|3 pages

#### On mathematical modelling and numerical resolution of pollution diffusion in rivers

ByH.V. Meladze, E.D. Gordeziani, F.C. Torralba

chapter 87|5 pages

#### Dam safety assessment using long-term hydrological modelling techniques

ByM.W. Ostrowski

chapter 88|7 pages

#### Use of computer models as an aid to decision-making for the rehabilitation of old waste deposits with the permeable-wall technology

ByCh. Priesemann, Th. Priesemann

chapter 89|6 pages

#### FE approach to coupled transient flow and stability analysis of antiflood embankments

ByA. Urbański, M. Grodecki

chapter 90|5 pages

#### Simulating unsaturated flow using the multi-continuum approach

ByT. Vogel, V.R. Lagendijk, J. Köngeter