Modelling of collapse settlement by effective stress and shear strength interaction for granite residual soil / Ismacahyadi Bagus Mohamed Jais

Mohamed Jais, Ismacahyadi Bagus (2014) Modelling of collapse settlement by effective stress and shear strength interaction for granite residual soil / Ismacahyadi Bagus Mohamed Jais. In: The Doctoral Research Abstracts. IPSis Biannual Publication, 6 (6). Institute of Graduate Studies, UiTM, Shah Alam.

Abstract

Over the years, consolidation settlement has always been associated with effective stress increase. However, in unsaturated soils, volume change behaviour of soils due to wetting is always complex due to changes of the soil when it is inundated. The main objectives of this research are to evaluate the simulation of foundations on unsaturated soil using various soil models incorporating loading and wetting collapse of the soil and to verify the settlement behaviour through physical model and laboratory shear strength test on unsaturated soil samples. The double wall triaxial apparatus was used to determine the unsaturated shear strength of the soil following Curved Surface Envelope Soil Shear Strength Model.

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Item Type: Book Section
Creators:
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Mohamed Jais, Ismacahyadi BagusUNSPECIFIED
Subjects: L Education > LB Theory and practice of education > Higher Education > Dissertations, Academic. Preparation of theses > Malaysia
T Technology > TN Mining engineering. Metallurgy > Asphalt
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam > Institut Pengajian Siswazah (IPSis) : Institute of Graduate Studies (IGS)
Series Name: IPSis Biannual Publication
Volume: 6
Number: 6
Item ID: 19315
Uncontrolled Keywords: Abstract; Abstract of thesis; Newsletter; Research information; Doctoral graduates; IPSis; IGS; UiTM; granite; soil
URI: http://ir.uitm.edu.my/id/eprint/19315

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