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Variation of Small-Strain Shear Modulus of Unsaturated

A new framework is developed to extend an existing small-strain shear modulus (G max) model to determine G max of unsaturated silty soils along different paths of the soil water retention curve (SWRC) including the scanning loops.The suitability of the proposed framework is validated against experimental results of a series of bender-element tests performed in this study and data reported in Variation of Small-Strain Shear Modulus of Unsaturated A new framework is developed to extend an existing small-strain shear modulus (G max) model to determine G max of unsaturated silty soils along different paths of the soil water retention curve (SWRC) including the scanning loops.The suitability of the proposed framework is validated against experimental results of a series of bender-element tests performed in this study and data reported in Strain-rate-dependent failure criteria for composites Feb 07,2011 Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#0183;Experiments were conducted at three strain rates.Quasi-static tests were conducted in a servohydraulic testing machine at a strain rate of 10 4 s 1.Intermediate rate tests were also conducted in the servohydraulic machine at an average strain rate of 1 s 1.A special fixture was designed with a gap between the specimen and the bottom crosshead to allow for crosshead

Strain-dependent dynamic properties of Bushehr siliceous

Apr 01,2018 Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#0183;The experimental results,as shown in Fig.6,Fig.7,Fig.8,clearly indicate that increase of shear strain amplitude would decrease and increase shear modulus and damping ratio of the sand,respectively.This trend,which was observed for all tests,is the typical behavior of soils under dynamic loading,as observed in the previous studies.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Previous123456NextAn experimental study on the shear property dependencyMoreover,the shear modulus increased with the frequency and decreased as the dynamic strain increased.Fig.2 to 5 show the correlation of the shear modulus and the damping ratio with the temperature,frequency,and displacement conditions for different values of the shear modulusSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextExperimental Characterization of Stress- and Strain Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#0183;Granular materials,including jointed rocks,typically display nonlinear strain-dependent responses that can be characterized by the shear modulus degradation curve.In this study,the effects of grouting on the strain-dependent shear stiffness of jointed rock mass were investigated at the small-strain (below 10-5) and mid-strain (10-5 to 10-3

Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Shear Modulus and Damping Ratio in Aggregate-Clay

An experimental study was performed on the compacted mixtures of gravel-kaolin and sand-kaolin under different initial confining stresses and shear strain amplitudes to investigate the effects of aggregates on the shear modulus,damping ratio and pore pressure during strainNew experiments on shear modulus of elasticity of arteries.The difference of shear modulus at body temperature (37 degrees C) and room temperature (25 degrees C) is within 10%.The shear modulus varies significantly with changing longitudinal and circumferential strains in proportion to the strain energy due to these strains.A constitutive equation based on a pseudo strain energy function is proposed.

Experimental study to evaluate the effect of particle size

Oct 15,2020 Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#0183;This study presents an experimental investigation on the effect of mean particle size D 50 on the small strain shear modulus G max of coarse-grained poorly-graded and well-graded soils.Combined with particle morphology analysis,a series of shear wave velocity tests were performed on pure sand,pure gravel and sand-gravel mixture specimens by Experimental study on time-dependent stress and strain of Shear-box test with strain measurement was used to study time-dependent stress and strain of in-plane shear (Mode II) fracture process of rock and to reveal the mechanism of Mode II fracture.Numerical results show that the maximum shear stress max at the crack tip is much larger than the maximum tensile stress 1 and the ratio of max/ 1 is about 5,which favors Mode II fracture of rock.Experimental study on time-dependent stress and strain of Shear-box test with strain measurement was used to study time-dependent stress and strain of in-plane shear (Mode II) fracture process of rock and to reveal the mechanism of Mode II fracture.Numerical results show that the maximum shear stress max at the crack tip is much larger than the maximum tensile stress 1 and the ratio of max/ 1 is about 5,which favors Mode II fracture of rock.

Experimental study on the determination of small strain

Experimental study on the determination of small strain-shear modulus of loess soil Mona El Mosallamy a,*,Tarek T.Abd El Fattah a,Mohammed El Khouly b a National Research Centre,Egypt b Cairo University,Egypt Received 1 January 2014; revised 26 October 2014; accepted 24 November 2014Experimental study on strain-rate-dependent behavior and The experimental results show that the failure strain and ultimate strength increase as increasing strain rate.The elastic modulus is sensitive to strain rate in tensile tests,but less sensitive to strain rate in compression tests.The main failure modes of the specimens are the matrix crack and fiber pull-out.Experimental study of strain-rate-dependent behavior of Aug 01,2002 Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#0183;Experimental study of strain-rate-dependent behavior of carbon/epoxy composite. there is an increase in the transverse and in-plane shear moduli as compared to the static values, and a marked increase in initial modulus for specimens with zero degree fiber orientations.In addition,it was shown that glass/epoxy exhibited marked changes

Experimental study of seismic cyclic loading effects on

The increasing of the shear modulus by increa- sing the shear strain is affected by some of the soil properties,such as the Void ratio (e),the Over consolidated ratio (OCR),the Normal stress Experimental study and mathematical modelling on dependentJul 07,2014 Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#0183;This paper reports a series of experimental research aiming at exploring the dependent stiffness and damping properties of MRE material in shear mode.The tests of dynamical properties characterisation are conducted with different driving frequencies (1-80Hz),strain amplitudes (0.8-2.0%) and magnetic fields (0-400mT).Experimental evaluation of shear modulus scaling of Using a modern description of the shear modulus,validated against both ab initio theory and experimental measurements,we then assess how the experimentally measured pressure dependence scales with shear modulus.We find that the common assumption of scaling strength linearly with the shear modulus is too soft at high pressures and offer

Experimental evaluation of shear modulus scaling of

Using a modern description of the shear modulus,validated against both ab initio theory and experimental measurements,we then assess how the experimentally measured pressure dependence scales with shear modulus.We find that the common assumption of scaling strength linearly with the shear modulus is too soft at high pressures and offer Experimental evaluation of shear modulus scaling of Experimental data,typically measured at static pressures,are used as a means of calibration to construct models that parameterize the material properties; e.g.,yield stress,work hardening,strain-rate dependence,etc.The pressure dependence for most models enters through the shear modulus,which is used to scale themore Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#187;Experimental evaluation of shear modulus scaling of Analytic model of the shear modulus at all temperatures and densities journal,March 2003 Burakovsky,Leonid; Greeff,Carl W.; Preston,Dean L.Physical Review B,Vol.67,Issue 9

Experimental Study on the Small Strain Shear Modulus

v $%675$7 The small strain shear modulus (Gmax) is a key parameter in analysing and predicting the dynamic response of soils.Numerous experimental studies have been conducted to investigate Gmax of unsaturated soils during drying and wetting processes and loading and unloading stages of net stress,however,limitations still exist,requiring more research studies in this field.Experimental Study on the Small Strain Shear Modulusv $%675$7 The small strain shear modulus (Gmax) is a key parameter in analysing and predicting the dynamic response of soils.Numerous experimental studies have been conducted to investigate Gmax of unsaturated soils during drying and wetting processes and loading and unloading stages of net stress,however,limitations still exist,requiring more research studies in this field.Experimental Study on the Small Strain Shear Modulus of v $%675$7 The small strain shear modulus (Gmax) is a key parameter in analysing and predicting the dynamic response of soils.Numerous experimental studies have been conducted to investigate Gmax of unsaturated soils during drying and wetting processes and loading and unloading stages of net stress,however,limitations still exist,requiring more research studies in this field.

Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of

Jun 07,2018 Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#0183;Strain dependent shear modulus of soil plays an important role in the assessment of the response of geotechnical structures to dynamic loads.A variety of dynamic and quasi-static (cyclic) laboratory tests can be used to determine shear modulus of soil,each working over different ranges of shearExperimental Characterization of the MechanicalThe shear strain at the notches is zero,since it is a free surface with zero shear stress.The shear strain rises rapidly from the notches and forms a nearly uniform distribution.However the shear strain at the center of the test section does not equal the average value.Hence accurate shear stress/strain response can be determined byExperimental Characterization of the MechanicalThe shear strain at the notches is zero,since it is a free surface with zero shear stress.The shear strain rises rapidly from the notches and forms a nearly uniform distribution.However the shear strain at the center of the test section does not equal the average value.Hence accurate shear stress/strain response can be determined by

Experimental Characterization of Stress- and Strain

Granular materials,including jointed rocks,typically display nonlinear strain-dependent responses that can be characterized by the shear modulus degradation curve.In this study,the effects of grouting on the strain-dependent shear stiffness of jointed rock mass were investigated at the small-strain (below 105) and mid-strain (105 to Experimental Characterization of Stress- and Strain Granular materials,including jointed rocks,typically display nonlinear strain-dependent responses that can be characterized by the shear modulus degradation curve.In this study,the effects of grouting on the strain-dependent shear stiffness of jointed rock mass were investigated at the small-strain (below 105) and mid-strain (105 to Comparison of Estimated Soil Settlements Using Strain The ratio of settlement estimates obtained using strain-dependent and high-strain elastic modulus values is examined.This settlement ratio (SR) cannot be less than the ratio of the high strain to low strain elastic moduli (E H /E L) of the soil.SRs are plotted against the ratio of E L to applied foundation load for various soils.For soil profiles with a single E L value within the influence

Comparison of Estimated Soil Settlements Using Strain

The ratio of settlement estimates obtained using strain-dependent and high-strain elastic modulus values is examined.This settlement ratio (SR) cannot be less than the ratio of the high strain to low strain elastic moduli (E H /E L) of the soil.SRs are plotted against the ratio of E L to applied foundation load for various soils.For soil profiles with a single E L value within the influence Comparison of Estimated Soil Settlements Using Strain The ratio of settlement estimates obtained using strain-dependent and high-strain elastic modulus values is examined.This settlement ratio (SR) cannot be less than the ratio of the high strain to low strain elastic moduli (E H /E L) of the soil.SRs are plotted against the ratio of E L to applied foundation load for various soils.For soil profiles with a single E L value within the influence Cited by 314Publish Year 2002Author Amos Gilat,Robert K Goldberg,Gary D RobertsCyclic Triaxial Test to Measure Strain-Dependent Shear Sep 09,2017 Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#0183;This paper describes the modification of a suction-controlled cyclic triaxial apparatus to investigate the strain-dependent shear modulus of unsaturated soils.Several strain- and stress-controlled cyclic triaxial tests were performed on a clean sand with various degrees of saturation.Suction in unsaturated sands increased the shear modulus in

Cited by 13Publish Year 2017Author Majid Ghayoomi,Ganna Suprunenko,Morteza MirshekariExperimental study on the determination of small strain

Experimental study on the determination of small strain-shear modulus of loess soil Mona El Mosallamy a,*,Tarek T.Abd El Fattah a,Mohammed El Khouly b a National Research Centre,Egypt b Cairo University,Egypt Received 1 January 2014; revised 26 October 2014; accepted 24 November 2014Author Kaveh H.Zehtab,Seda Gokyer,Artur Apostolov,W.Allen Marr,Salim K.WerdenPublish Year 2018Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of Strain dependent shear modulus of soil plays an important role in the assessment of the response of geotechnical structures to dynamic loads.A variety of dynamic and quasi-static (cyclic An Experimental Study on the inFluence of Particle SizeAn Experimental Study on the inFluence of Particle Size on Small-Strain Shear Modulus of Granular Soils Mohammad Sharifipour1 Abolhasan Sharifi2 Amir Rizvandy3 1.Introduction Under small-strain circumstances,both shear wave velocity and maximum shear modulus of soils are considered the most important parameters for d

An Experimental Study on the inFluence of Particle Size

An Experimental Study on the inFluence of Particle Size on Small-Strain Shear Modulus of Granular Soils Mohammad Sharifipour1 Abolhasan Sharifi2 Amir Rizvandy3 1.Introduction Under small-strain circumstances,both shear wave velocity and maximum shear modulus of soils are considered the most important parameters for d(PDF) Stress-Dependency of Intergranular StrainVarious experimental studies show that the decay of Reliable measurements of the shear modulus and its strain dependent variation within a wide strain range of the order of 10 to 10 Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#179; (PDF) Stress-Dependency of Intergranular StrainVarious experimental studies show that the decay of Reliable measurements of the shear modulus and its strain dependent variation within a wide strain range of the order of 10 to 10 Experimental Study of Strain Dependent Shear Modulus of#179;

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