Physical Soil Mechanics

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Physical Soil Mechanics

Contents:
  • SIMPLE PSAMMOIDS
  • SIMPLE PELOIDS
  • PSAMMOIDS WITH REVERSALS
  • PELOIDS WITH REVERSALS
  • PORE FLUID
  • BRIDGING GAPS
  • LOCALIZATION
  • FABRIC
  • BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
  • ONE-DIMENSIONAL EVOLUTIONS
  • PLANE-PARALLEL EVOLUTIONS WITHOUT SSI
  • PLANE-PARALLEL EVOLUTIONS WITH SSI
  • AXI-SYMMETRIC EVOLUTIONS
  • LESS SYMMETRIC EVOLUTIONS
  • CRITICAL PHENOMENA



the light of their objectivity. Readers should have a textbook knowledge of continuum
mechanics, notions of it are used throughout this book. The required
smoothness can but vaguely be defended by means of representative statistical
ensembles. Unit-invariance and frame-indifference can be achieved with
suitably chosen quantities. Constitutive relations can be judged by means of
attractors as thus the partial indeterminacy and arbitrariness of initial states
can be ruled out. Not always, however, as localizations and decay (i.e. phase
transitions at critical points) delimit the range of validity. This argument is
extended to boundary value problems, for them attractors in the large can
again reduce the indeterminacy and arbitrariness. Various kinds of symmetry,
which will be used for simplifications and validations in following chapters,
can thus be defended. Critical phenomena will also be introduced in Sect. 1.1
as they delimit the objectivity of continuum models, though in a cruder sense
than meant by Popper.

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