By P.K. Banerjee, R. Butterfield
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The two models are closely interrelated, and the simplified general model can best be understood by briefly examining its evolution from a simplified model for K0-conditions. Figure 5 illustrates the principal features of the simplified general (non-K0) hysteretic stress-path model in its simplest form: a stress path model for K0-loading and unloading. In this form, the similarity between the general model and the more complex non-linear K0-model illustrated previously in Fig. 3 is readily apparent.
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Preliminary computation indicates clearly that without such cohesion, an almost immediate local failure develops in the dry material on shaking. Advanced geotechnical analyses 30 FIG. 10. Deformed shapes of the dam at times (i) 15s (end of earthquake), (ii) 30s, (iii) 90s, (iv) 200s. Computational approaches to the dynamics and statics of saturated and unsaturated soils 31 Advanced geotechnical analyses 32 FIG. 11. Horizontal (left) and vertical (right) displacements: (a) on the crest; (b) at point E, (c) at point H; (d) at point I.
Advanced Geotechnical Analyses: Developments in Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering - 4 by P.K. Banerjee, R. Butterfield