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The mechanical properties of soils are usually strongly non- linear, with the material exhibiting irreversible plastic deformations when loaded and unloaded, even at lows tress levels, and often showing an isotropic behavior, creep and such typical effects as dilatation (a volume change during shear). This mechanical behavior of soil is also difficult to predict, because the structure of the soil may be highly in homogeneous,

In soil mechanics the equilibrium and movement of s oil b o dies is studied, where soil is understood to be the weathered natural material in the upper layers (say the upper 20 to 100 m) of the earth’s crust. This material may be gravel, sand, clay, peat, or some other rather soft and loose granular medium. The nature of these materials is quite different from artificial man-made materials such as steel, Concrete, etc . These materials usually are much more consistent than soils, and exhibit relatively simple, linear, mechanical behavior, at least if the deformations are not to o large.
The mechanical properties of soils are usually strongly non- linear, with the material exhibiting irreversible plastic deformations when loaded and unloaded, even at lows tress levels, and often showing an isotropic behavior, creep and such typical effects as dilatation (a volume change
during shear). This mechanical behavior of soil is also difficult to predict, because the structure of the soil may be highly in homogeneous,

Offshore Soil Mechanics

Book Title

OFF SHORE Soil Mechanics

Author of the Book

Arnold Verruijt
Delft University of Technology
1994-2006

Contents

Soil Properties
Theory of Consolidation
Sea Bed Respond to Cyclic Loads
Cutting forces in sand
Beams on elastic foundation
Axially loaded piles
Development of Pile Plug
Laterally Loaded Piles
Pile in Layered Elastic Material
Waves in Piles
Gravity Foundations
References
Index




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