Predictions of the results of laboratory tests on a clay using a critical state model

G. T. Houlsby, C. P. Wroth, D. M. Wood

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    Abstract

    An elastic-plastic model for describing the stress-strain behaviour of a clay is presented. The model is based on the Modified Cam-Clay model, but includes an additional yield surface to model failure of overconsolidated samples on a Hvorslev surface. The model is used to predict the behaviour of a kaolinite in a number of repeated loading tests, based on the results of monotonic triaxial compression and extension tests. Special account is taken in the model of the possibility of the clay being unsaturated.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationConstitutive relations for soils
    Subtitle of host publicationresults of the International Workshop on Constitutive Relations for Soils, Grenoble, 6-8 September 1982
    EditorsGerd Gudehus, Félix Darve, Ioannis Vardoulakis
    PublisherA. A. Balkema Publishers
    Pages99-121
    Number of pages23
    ISBN (Print)906191549X
    Publication statusPublished - 1984
    EventInternational Workshop on Constitutive Relations for Soils - Grenoble, France
    Duration: 6 Sep 19828 Sep 1982

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    WorkshopInternational Workshop on Constitutive Relations for Soils
    CountryFrance
    CityGrenoble
    Period6/09/828/09/82

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    Houlsby, G. T., Wroth, C. P., & Wood, D. M. (1984). Predictions of the results of laboratory tests on a clay using a critical state model. In G. Gudehus, F. Darve, & I. Vardoulakis (Eds.), Constitutive relations for soils: results of the International Workshop on Constitutive Relations for Soils, Grenoble, 6-8 September 1982 (pp. 99-121). A. A. Balkema Publishers.
    Houlsby, G. T. ; Wroth, C. P. ; Wood, D. M. / Predictions of the results of laboratory tests on a clay using a critical state model. Constitutive relations for soils: results of the International Workshop on Constitutive Relations for Soils, Grenoble, 6-8 September 1982 . editor / Gerd Gudehus ; Félix Darve ; Ioannis Vardoulakis. A. A. Balkema Publishers, 1984. pp. 99-121
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    Houlsby, GT, Wroth, CP & Wood, DM 1984, Predictions of the results of laboratory tests on a clay using a critical state model. in G Gudehus, F Darve & I Vardoulakis (eds), Constitutive relations for soils: results of the International Workshop on Constitutive Relations for Soils, Grenoble, 6-8 September 1982 . A. A. Balkema Publishers, pp. 99-121, International Workshop on Constitutive Relations for Soils, Grenoble, France, 6/09/82.

    Predictions of the results of laboratory tests on a clay using a critical state model. / Houlsby, G. T.; Wroth, C. P.; Wood, D. M.

    Constitutive relations for soils: results of the International Workshop on Constitutive Relations for Soils, Grenoble, 6-8 September 1982 . ed. / Gerd Gudehus; Félix Darve; Ioannis Vardoulakis. A. A. Balkema Publishers, 1984. p. 99-121.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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    Houlsby GT, Wroth CP, Wood DM. Predictions of the results of laboratory tests on a clay using a critical state model. In Gudehus G, Darve F, Vardoulakis I, editors, Constitutive relations for soils: results of the International Workshop on Constitutive Relations for Soils, Grenoble, 6-8 September 1982 . A. A. Balkema Publishers. 1984. p. 99-121