Laboratory Shear Strength of Soil: A Symposium, Issue 740

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ASTM International, 1981 - Anisotropy - 717 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Laboratory Strength Testing of Soilsa s saada
7
Comparison of Various Methods for Determining Ka
78
Apparatus and Techniques for Static Triaxial Testing of Ballast
94
Mechanical Behavior and Testing Methods of Unsaturated Soils
114
Determination of Tensile Strength of Soils by UnconfinedPenetration
130
Torsion Shear Apparatus for Soil Testingp v lade
145
A Servo System for Controlled Stress Path Testsk t law
164
PlaneStrain Testing of Sandn dean marachi j m duncan
294
Effect of End Membrane Thickness on the Strength of Frictionless
303
Field Density Gradation and Triaxial Testing of LargeSize Rockflll
315
Data Reduction and Application for Analytical
329
Normalized StressStrain for Undrained Shear Testsv p drnevich
387
The CriticalState Pore Pressure Parameter from Consolidated
410
Nonlinear Anisotropic StressStrainStrength Behavior of Soils
431
A General TimeRelated Soil Friction Increase Phenomenon
456

A New Control System for Soils Testingr j mitchell
180
Lateral Stress Measurements in Direct Simple Shear Device
191
Tensile Properties of Compacted Soilsmosaid alhussaini
207
Effect of Organic Material on Soil Shear Strength
226
Effect of Shearing StrainRate on the Undrained Strength of Clay
243
Undrained Shear Behavior of a Marine Clayd c koutsoftas
254
Shearing Behavior of Compacted Clay after Saturationc w lovell
277
On the Random Aspect of Shear Strengthr n yong
485
Preconsolldation Pressure Predicted Using sp Ratio
502
Stress Path Tests with Controlled Rotation of Principal Stress
516
Shear Strength of Cohesionless Soils from Incremental Creep Test
541
Comparison of Shear Strength Values Derived from Laboratory
551
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