Advanced Geotechnical Engineering Soil Structure Interaction using Computer and Material Models

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Advanced Geotechnical Engineering Soil Structure Interaction using Computer and Material Models

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Contents of

  • Chapter 1. Introduction
  • Importance of Interaction
  • Importance of Material Behavior
  • Linear Elastic Behavior
  • Inelastic Behavior
  • Continuous Yield Behavior
  • Creep Behavior
  • Discontinuous Behavior
  • Material Parameters
  • Ranges of Applicability of Models
  • Computer Methods
  • Fluid Flow
  • Scope and Contents
  • References
  • Chapter 2. Beam Columns Piles and Walls One Dimensional Simulation
  • Introduction
  • Beams with Spring Soil Model
  • Governing Equations for Beams with Winkler
  • Model
  • Governing Equations for Flexible Beams
  • Solution
  • Laterally Loaded One Dimensional Pile
  • Coeficients A B C D Based on Boundary
  • Conditions
  • Pile of Ininite Length
  • Lateral Load at Top
  • Moment at Top
  • Pile Fixed against Rotation at Top
  • Example Analytical Solution for Load at Top
  • of Pile with Overhang
  • Example Long Pile Loaded at Top with No
  • Rotation
  • Numerical Solutions
  • Finite Difference Method
  • First Order Derivative Central
  • Difference
  • viii Contents
  • Second Derivative
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Example Finite Difference Method Long
  • Pile Restrained against Rotation at Top
  • Finite Element Method One Dimensional Simulation
  • One Dimensional Finite Element Method
  • Details of Finite Element Method
  • Bending Behavior
  • Axial Behavior
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Applied Forces
  • Soil Behavior Resistance Displacement py v or p y
  • Representation
  • One Dimensional Response
  • py v p y Representation and Curves
  • Simulation of py v Curves
  • Determination of py v p y Curves
  • Ultimate Soil Resistance
  • Ultimate Soil Resistance for Clays
  • py v Curves for Yielding Behavior
  • py v Curves for Stiff Clay
  • py v Curves for Sands
  • py v Curves for Cyclic Behavior
  • Ramberg Osgood Model R O for
  • Representation of py v Curves
  • One Dimensional Simulation of Retaining Structures
  • Calculations for Soil Modulus Es
  • Terzaghi Method
  • Nonlinear Soil Response
  • Ultimate Soil Resistance
  • py v Curves
  • Axially Loaded Piles
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Tip Behavior
  • Soil Resistance Curves at Tip
  • Finite Difference Method for Axially Loaded Piles
  • Nonlinear Axial Response
  • Procedure for Developing ts u t z Curves
  • Steps for Construction of ts u t z
  • Curves
  • Torsional Load on Piles
  • Finite Difference Method for Torsionally
  • Loaded Pile
  • Finite Element Method for Torsionally Loaded
  • Pile
  • Design Quantities
  • Examples
  • Example py v Curves for Normally
  • Consolidated Clay
  • Example Laterally Loaded Pile in Stiff Clay
  • Development of py v Curves
  • Example py v Curves for Cohesionless Soil
  • Simulation of py v Curve by Using Ramberg
  • Osgood Model
  • Example Axially Loaded Pile τs u t z
  • qp up
  • Curves
  • τs u Behavior
  • Parameter m
  • Back Prediction for τs u Curve
  • Tip Resistance
  • Example Laterally Loaded Pile A Field
  • Problem
  • Linear Analysis
  • Incremental Nonlinear Analysis
  • Example One Dimensional Simulation of
  • Three Dimensional Loading on Piles
  • Example Tie Back Sheet Pile Wall by OneDimensional Simulation
  • Example Hyperbolic Simulation for py v
  • Curves
  • Example py v Curves from D Finite
  • Element Model
  • Construction of py v Curves
  • Chapter Two and Three Dimensional Finite Element Static Formulations and Two Dimensional Applications
  • Introduction
  • Finite Element Formulations
  • Element Equations
  • Numerical Integration
  • Assemblage or Global Equation
  • Solution of Global Equations
  • Solved Quantities
  • Nonlinear Behavior
  • Sequential Construction
  • Dewatering
  • Embankment
  • Simulation of Embankment
  • Excavation
  • Installation of Support Systems
  • Superstructure
  • Examples
  • Example Footings on Clay
  • Example Footing on Sand
  • Example Finite Element Analysis of Axially
  • Loaded Piles
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Results
  • Example Two Dimensional Analysis of Piles
  • Using Hrennikoff Method
  • Example Model Retaining Wall Active
  • Earth Pressure
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Validations
  • Example Gravity Retaining Wall
  • Interface Behavior
  • Earth Pressure System
  • Example U Frame Port Allen Lock
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Material Modeling
  • Results
  • Example Columbia Lock and Pile Foundations
  • Constitutive Models
  • Two Dimensional Approximation
  • Example Underground Works Powerhouse
  • Cavern
  • Validations
  • DSC Modeling of Rocks
  • Hydropower Project
  • Example Analysis of Creeping Slopes
  • Example Twin Tunnel Interaction
  • Example Field Behavior of Reinforced
  • Earth Retaining Wall
  • Description of Wall
  • Numerical Modeling
  • Construction Simulation
  • Constitutive Models
  • Testing and Parameters
  • Predictions of Field Measurements
  • Problems
  • References
  • Chapter Three Dimensional Applications
  • Introduction
  • Multicomponent Procedure
  • Pile as Beam Column
  • Pile Cap as Plate Bending
  • In Plane Response
  • Lateral Downward Loading on CapBending Response
  • Assemblage or Global Equations
  • Torsion
  • Representation of Soil
  • Stress Transfer
  • Examples
  • Example Deep Beam
  • Example Slab on Elastic Foundation
  • Example Raft Foundation
  • Example Mat Foundation and Frame System
  • Example Three Dimensional Analysis of
  • Pile Groups Extended Hrennikoff Method
  • Example Model Cap Pile Group Soil
  • Problem Approximate D Analysis
  • Comments
  • Example Model Cap Pile Group Soil
  • Problem Full D Analysis
  • Properties of Materials
  • Interface Element
  • Example Laterally Loaded Piles D
  • Analysis
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Results
  • Example Anchor Soil System
  • Constitutive Models for Sand and
  • Interfaces
  • Example Three Dimensional Analysis of
  • Pavements Cracking and Failure
  • Example Analysis for Railroad Track
  • Support Structures
  • Nonlinear Analyses
  • Example Analysis of Buried Pipeline with
  • Elbows
  • Example Laterally Loaded Tool Pile in
  • Soil with Material and Geometric Nonlinearities
  • Constitutive Laws
  • Validation
  • Example Three Dimensional Slope
  • Results
  • Problems
  • References
  • Chapter 4. Flow through Porous Media Seepage
  • Introduction
  • Governing Differential Equation
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Numerical Methods
  • Finite Difference Method
  • Steady State Conined Seepage
  • Time Dependent Free Surface Flow
  • Problem
  • Implicit Procedure
  • Alternating Direction Explicit
  • Procedure ADEP
  • Example Transient Free Surface in River
  • Banks
  • Finite Element Method
  • Conined Steady State Seepage
  • Velocities and Quantity of Flow
  • Example Steady Conined Seepage in
  • Foundation of Dam
  • Hydraulic Gradients
  • Steady Unconined or Free Surface Seepage
  • Variable Mesh Method
  • Unsteady or Transient Free Surface Seepage
  • Example Steady Free Surface Seepage in
  • Homogeneous Dam by VM Method
  • Example Steady Free Surface Seepage in
  • Zoned Dam by VM Method
  • Example Steady Free Surface Seepage in
  • Dam with Core and Shell by VM Method
  • Example Steady Conined Unconined
  • Seepage through Cofferdam and Berm
  • Initial Free Surface
  • Invariant Mesh or Fixed Domain Methods
  • Residual Flow Procedure
  • Finite Element Method
  • Time Integration
  • Assemblage Global Equations
  • Residual Flow Procedure
  • Surface of Seepage
  • Comments
  • Applications Invariant Mesh Using RFP
  • Example Steady Free Surface in Zoned Dam
  • Example Transient Seepage in River Banks
  • Example Comparisons between RFP and VI
  • Methods
  • Example Three Dimensional Seepage
  • Example Combined Stress Seepage and
  • Stability Analysis
  • Example Field Analysis of Seepage in
  • River Banks
  • Example Transient Three Dimensional Flow
  • Example Three Dimensional Flow under
  • Rapid Drawdown
  • Example Saturated Unsaturated Seepage
  • Problems
  • Appendix A
  • One Dimensional Unconined Seepage
  • Finite Element Method
  • References
  • Chapter 5. Flow through Porous Deformable Media One Dimensional Consolidation
  • Introduction
  • One Dimensional Consolidation
  • Review of One Dimensional Consolidation
  • Governing Differential Equations
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Stress Strain Behavior
  • Boundary Conditions
  • Nonlinear Stress Strain Behavior
  • Procedure Nonlinear Analysis
  • Procedure Nonlinear Analysis
  • Settlement
  • Alternative Consolidation Equation
  • Pervious Boundary
  • Impervious Boundary at H
  • Numerical Methods
  • Finite Difference Method
  • FD Scheme No Simple Explicit
  • FD Scheme No Implicit Crank
  • Nicholson Scheme
  • FD Scheme No Another Implicit
  • Scheme
  • FD Scheme No A Special Explicit
  • Scheme
  • FD Scheme No B Special Explicit
  • Finite Element Method
  • Solution in Time
  • Assemblage Equations
  • Boundary Conditions or Constraints
  • Solution in Time
  • Material Parameters
  • Examples
  • Example Layered Soil Numerical Solutions
  • by Various Schemes
  • Example Two Layered System
  • Example Test Embankment on Soft Clay
  • Example Consolidation for Layer Thickness
  • Increases with Time
  • Example Nonlinear Analysis
  • Example Strain Based Analysis of
  • Consolidation in Layered Clay
  • Numerical Example
  • Example Comparison of Uncoupled and
  • Coupled Solutions
  • Uncoupled Solution
  • Coupled Solution
  • Numerical Example
  • References
  • Chapter 6. Coupled Flow through Porous Media Dynamics and Consolidation
  • Introduction
  • Governing Differential Equations
  • Porosity
  • Constitutive Laws
  • Volumetric Behavior
  • Dynamic Equations of Equilibrium
  • Finite Element Formulation
  • Time Integration Dynamic Analysis
  • Newmark Method
  • Cyclic Unloading and Reloading
  • Parameters
  • Reloading
  • Special Cases Consolidation and Dynamics Dry Problem
  • Consolidation
  • Dynamics Dry Problem
  • Liquefaction
  • Applications
  • Example Dynamic Pile Load Tests Coupled
  • Behavior
  • Simulation of Phases
  • Example Dynamic Analysis of PileCentrifuge Test including Liquefaction
  • Comparison between Predictions and
  • Test Data
  • Example Structure Soil Problem Tested
  • Using Centrifuge
  • Material Properties
  • Results
  • Example Cyclic and Liquefaction Response
  • in Shake Table Test
  • Results
  • Example Dynamic and Consolidation
  • Response of Mine Tailing Dam
  • Material Properties
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Dynamic Analysis
  • Earthquake Analysis
  • Design Quantities
  • Liquefaction
  • Results
  • Validation for Flow Quantity
  • Qx
  • across a b c d Figure
  • Example Soil Structure Interaction Effect
  • of Interface Response
  • Comparisons
  • Example Dynamic Analysis of Simple Block
  • Example Dynamic Structure Foundation
  • Analysis
  • Results
  • Example Consolidation of Layered Varved
  • Clay Foundation
  • Material Properties
  • Field Measurements
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Example Axisymmetric Consolidation
  • Details of Boundary Conditions
  • Results
  • Example Two Dimensional Nonlinear
  • Consolidation
  • Results
  • Example Subsidence Due to Consolidation
  • Linear Analysis Set
  • Nonlinear Analysis
  • Example Three Dimensional Consolidation
  • Example Three Dimensional Consolidation
  • with Vacuum Preloading

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