January 9, 2017

Yazen Khasawneh Published in Computers and Geotechnics Journal

Yazen Khasawneh (Michigan) co-authored a paper entitled "A simple soil model for low frequency cyclic loading" that will appear in Science Direct's Computers and Geotechnics journal, Volume 84, April 2017, Pages 225-237. 

Abstract

A three-dimensional elastoplastic soil constitutive model capable of capturing the response of granular soils under low-frequency cyclic loading is introduced and verified. The model is piecewise linear with a hyperbolic stress-strain relationship. The size of the hysteresis loop is controlled using different scaling factors with a shift in the backbone curve at load reversal. The model introduces a new algorithm to better capture the soil's response upon reloading for plane strain. Model verification with experimental results at different scales shows that the model has good capabilities in capturing the response of granular soils under low frequency cyclic loading.

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For more information regarding the paper, visit the article page at Computers and Geotechnics
For more information on the simple soil model for low frequency cyclic loading, contact Yazen Khasawneh at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
To learn more about Yazen see his profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/yazen-khasawneh-ph-d-p-e-b7632952

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