Jan 03, 2021 · In general, the inherent anisotropy influences the stressstrain curves of the soils, which has the different pattern in each soil. For RC and YM soils, as the anisotropy angle rises the curves move drawdown and after reaching a specific a s the trend is reversed; i.e., when a s value increases from the specific value to 90°, the curves move Influence of Anisotropic Small Strain Stiffness on the Sep 24, 2012 · Constitutive models based on the multilaminate framework naturally account for strain-induced anisotropy, but inherent anisotropy needs additional considerations. A recently introduced feature is the capability of the model to take into account anisotropic elasticity in the small strain range.
However, the influence of stiffness anisotropy can be approximately accounted for by using the average of the axial stiffnesses. AB - Constitutive models based on the multilaminate framework naturally account for strain-induced anisotropy, but inherent anisotropy needs additional considerations. STRENGTH BEHAVIOR OF AN ANISOTROPICALLY strength behavior of an anisotropically consolidated remolded clay. if a soil specimen is consolidated under any conditions other than those to which it has been previously subjected, its structure will be altered and a change in its strength characteristics will result. Soils and Foundations Vol 59, Issue 2, Pages 241-570 Biogeotechnical approach for slope soil stabilization using locally isolated bacteria and inexpensive low-grade chemicals:A feasibility study on Hokkaido eway soil, Japan. Sivakumar Gowthaman, Shumpei Mitsuyama, Kazunori Nakashima, Masahiro Komatsu, Satoru
Recent Advancement in Soil Behavior, in Situ Test Methods, Pile Foundations, and Tunneling slates, phyllites and schists, are characterized by inherent anisotropy due to the existence of the preferentially oriented weakness plane. In this study, the influences of the anisotropic properties of rockmass on the deformation and stability of Undrained anisotropy and non-coaxial behavior of clayey Apr 01, 2014 · The influence of the intermediate principal stress parameter, shear stress level, and inherent anisotropy on the non-coaxial behavior of the clayey soil was found to be insignificant when compared with the sand. The non-coaxial behavior of the clayey soil depended more on Discrete element modelling of the influence of inherent It was found that not only the principal direction of inherent anisotropy can significantly influence the strength and the deformation characteristics, but also the degree of inherent anisotropy. The peak shear strength first decreases as the bedding angle increases and reaches the minimum value at a bedding angle of 6075°.