A simple soil model for predicting settlement of shallow foundations on sand. It incorporates a simple isotropic linear elastic component, a Mohr–Coulomb yield surface, the original Cam Clay flow rule and a simple asymptotic strain-hardening rule.
Multilaminate constitutive models are based on the concept that the material behaviour can be formulated on a number of so-called integration planes with varying orientation. In addition to other features, the model predicts anisotropic soil stiffness at small strains.
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Model to simulate the cumulative feature of volumetric contraction of fine-grained soil subjected to thermal cycles. A thermal stabilization line is introduced to control the stabilized volumetric contraction under thermal cycles.
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A high-cycle explicit model for the accumulation of strain in sand due to small cyclic loading. The dependence of the accumulation rate on stress, void ratio, cyclic history and the type of loading is considered. In particular, the ovality and the polarization of the strain path during a cycle are taken into account.