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2013, 6(2): 1525-1544 Back to browse issues page
Constitutive modeling of cemented gravely sands including the effects of cement type
Amir Hamidi, P. Yarbakhti
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In this paper, a constitutive model is proposed for prediction of the shear behavior of a gravely sand cemented with different cement types. The model is based on combining stress-strain behavior of uncemented soil and cemented bonds using deformation consistency and energy equilibrium equations. Cement content and cement type are considered in a model as two main parameters. Based on the proposed method, the behavior of cemented soil with different cement types is predicted for conventional triaxial test condition. Porepressure developed during undrained loading besides volumetric strains in drained condition are also modeled according to this framework. Comparison of model results with experimental data indicates its reasonable accuracy.
Keywords: Constitutive model, Cemented soil, Gravely sand, Stress-strain behavior, Cement Content, Cement type
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Type of Study: s | Subject: En. Geology
Accepted: 2016/10/5 | Published: 2016/10/5
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Hamidi A, Yarbakhti P. Constitutive modeling of cemented gravely sands including the effects of cement type. Journal title 2013; 6 (2) :1525-1544
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