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Numerical Modeling Of Jointed Rock Mass
(Indian Institute of Science, 2007-02-28)
The behavior of jointed rock mass is very complex and is influenced by many factors such as location of joints, joint frequency, joint orientation and joint strength. A thorough review of literature on different aspects ...
Engineering Behaviour Of Ash-Modified Soils Of Karnataka
(Indian Institute of Science, 2007-02-22)
During a survey of black cotton soil zones of Karnataka, indigenously stabilized black cotton soil deposits were encountered in Belgaum, Bijapur, Bagalkot and Gadag Districts of Karnataka. These modified black cotton soils ...
Behaviour Of Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil–Aggregate Systems Under Static, Repeated And Cyclic Loads
Efficient road network and connectivity play vital role in the development of any country. Majority of the rural roads are unpaved and connectivity of rural roads is always a major challenge. Unpaved roads are also used ...
Pozzolanic Additives To Control Dispersivity Of Soil
The aim of the present investigation is to improve the geotechnical properties of dispersive soil by reducing their dispersivity after elucidating the important mechanisms controlling the dispersivity of the soils. Dispersive ...
Some Studies On The Analysis Of Reinforced Soil Beds
Fracture Energy And Process Zone In Plain Concrete Beams (An Experimental Study Including Acoustic Emission Technique)
Concrete, which was hitherto considered as a brittle material, has shown much better softening behavior after the post peak load than anticipated. This behavior of concrete did put the researchers in a quandary, whether ...