Geomaterials: Constitutive Equations and Modelling

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F. Darve
CRC Press, Nov 1, 2002 - Architecture
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Contents

1 An Introduction to the Rheology of Geomaterials
1
2 Recent Trends in Laboratory Testing
7
3 Viscous Properties of Geomaterials
27
4 Damage Fracture and Size Effect in Concrete
55
5 Experimental Simulation of Geotechnical Structures
85
Geotextiles
101
7 The Expression of Rheological Laws in Incremental Form and the Main Classes of Constitutive Equations
123
8 An Introduction to the Classical Theory of Elastoplasticity
149
11 Viscoplasticity in Rock Mechanics
239
12 A Micromechanical Analysis of the Behaviour of Granular Materials
263
Experimentation and Theory
283
14 Behaviour of Porous Saturated Deformable Media
311
The Case of Saturated Soils
329
16 Homogenization of Periodic Media
349
17 Rheology and Computer Codes
361
18 Numerical Modelling in Soil Dynamics
389

9 Geomechanical Applications of the Theory of Multimechanisms
187
10 Incrementally Nonlinear Constitutive Relationships
213

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