Seafloor Processes and Geotechnology
An ideal resource for civil engineers working with offshore structures, pipelines, dredging, and coastal erosion, Seafloor Processes and Geotechnology bridges the gap between the standard soil mechanics curriculum of civil engineering and published material on marine geotechnology. Utilizing organized information on sediments and foundations for ma
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Geotechnical Properties of Marine Sediments
Slope Stability and Foundations
Other editions - View all
acoustic American Society anchor ASTM Atterberg limits bearing capacity behavior calcareous carbonate Chaney clay compression cone consolidation Copyright ASTM core Corer curve cyclic loading deformation Delta density deposits drill string earthquake effective stress equation factor failure Francis Group Geological Geotechnical Engineering grain heave compensator in-situ increase Journal laboratory layer liquefaction Marine Geotech Marine Geotechnology marine sediments measured Mechanics and Foundation method modulus ocean overconsolidated parameters particles penetration penetrometer permeability permission of ASCE permission of Taylor pile plastic platform pore pressure pore water pressure Proceedings properties Reprinted with permission resistance sample sampler sand Sangrey saturated seabed seafloor seismic shear modulus shear strength shear stress shown in Figure silt skin friction slides slope Society for Testing Soil Mechanics stress–strain structure submarine surface Taylor & Francis Testing and Materials turbidity currents typically undrained shear strength vane velocity vertical void ratio water content wave