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The focus of Soil Mechanics is the understanding of soil behavior, construction with soils, on and in soils, the use of soils as construction material etc. Soil mechanics is a branch of civil engineering that has witnessed an enormous developement during the twentieth century.All aspects of soil mechanics and soil engineering are included in this section covering a wide range of engineering issues such as soil compaction, soil foundation, soil improvement, soil behavior, soil reinforcement etc. 
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<p>This paper presents a thorough study on various available modern ground improvement techniques and their applications in civil engineering in present scenario. On the basis of long term performance results of various ground improvement techniques and its ...
Reference: International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET), Vol. 5, Issue 1, Januray 2016
<p>Skirted foundations are the shallow foundations in which the footing is reinforced by the addition of vertical plates or skirts. Skirted foundation is one of the new approaches for improving the performance of shallow raft foundation by using skirts to ...
Reference: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (IJAERS) Vol-3, Issue-4 , April 2016
<p>In recent times the natural hazards in India &amp; all around the world are increasing day by day. Many of the hazards are happening due do man made activities. One such example of man -made hazard is landslide. One such landslide which came under news ...
Reference: Global Journal Of Engineering Science And Researches 2016
<p>Foundation design must satisfy limited values of settlement. Settlement is an essential criterion in the design process of shallow foundations. To calculate the settlement under different types of shallow foundations, 79 samples were taken from twenty-three ...
Reference: Engineering, 2015, 7, 379-386
<p>Flow-like landslides are rapidly moving fluid&ndash;solid mixtures that can cause significant destruction along paths that run far from their original sources. Existing models for run out prediction and motion simulation of flow-like landslides have many ...
Reference: Geophys. J. Int. (2015) 201, 1534–1544, GJI Geodynamics and tectonics
<p>A series of finite element (FE) simulations are carried out to evaluate the benefits of integrating a high modulus geo-fabric as reinforcement into the soil-layers in this paper. Finite element analysis can handle complex geometry, different boundary conditions ...
Reference: Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, Vol. 5, Issue 10, (Part - 1) October 2015, pp.50-59
<p>This paper presents the shear strength study of a saturated and unsaturated lateritic tropical soil, via triaxial compression tests on undisturbed (loose) and compacted soil samples. The shear strength of the soil increases hyperbolically with increasing ...
Reference: EJGE, Vol. 20 [2015], Bund. 1
<p>We present two case studies of rainfall-induced failure of engineered slopes. The traditional limit equilibrium and finite element methods are expanded to unsaturated conditions using a generalized effective stress framework. Because effective stress is ...
Reference: Engineering Geology 184 (2015) 96–103
<p>This document presents information on the analysis, design, and construction of permanent soil nail walls in highway applications. The main objective is to provide practitioners in this field with sound and simple methods and guidelines that will allow ...
Reference: FHWA-NHI-14-007
<p>The engineering understanding of the behaviour shallow foundation in earthquakes has developed piecemeal over the past sixty years with the emergence and refinement of solutions to several separate aspects of the overall problem, prompted and provoked by ...
Reference: SECED 2015 Conference: Earthquake Risk and Engineering towards a Resilient World, 9-10 July 2015, Cambridge UK