Soil Mechanics and Transport in Porous Media

Selected Works of G. de Josselin de Jong


ISBN: 978-1-4020-3536-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-3629-3 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

  2. Soil Mechanics

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Chapter

      Pages 3-5

      Introduction to Soil Mechanics

    3. Chapter

      Pages 6-15

      Lower bound collapse theorem and lack of normality of strain rate to yield surface for soils

    4. Chapter

      Pages 16-18

      Proceedings of the Geotechnical Conference OSLO 1968

    5. Chapter

      Pages 19-27

      The double sliding, free rotating model for granular assemblies

    6. Chapter

      Pages 28-43

      Photoelastic verification of a mechanical model for the flow of a granular material

    7. Chapter

      Pages 44-67

      Elasto-plastic version of the double sliding model in undrained simple shear tests

    8. Chapter

      Pages 68-72

      Improvement of the lowerbound solution for the vertical cut off in a cohesive, frictionless soil

    9. Chapter

      Pages 73-88

      Application of the calculus of variations to the vertical cut off in cohesive frictionless soil

    10. Chapter

      Pages 89-90

      A variational fallacy

    11. Chapter

      Pages 91-97

      Consolidation around pore pressure meters

    12. Chapter

      Pages 98-101

      Application of stress functions to consolidation problems

    13. Chapter

      Pages 102-135

      Consolidation models consisting of an assembly of viscous elements or a cavity channel network

    14. Chapter

      Pages 136-143

      Verification of the use of peak area for the quantitative differential thermal analysis

    15. Chapter

      Pages 144-147

      A capacitative cell apparatus

    16. Chapter

      Pages 148-161

      Étude photo-Élastique d’un empilement de disques

  3. Flow and Transport in Porous Media

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 162-162

    2. Chapter

      Pages 163-166

      Introduction to Flow and Transport in Porous Media

    3. Chapter

      Pages 167-186

      Singularity distributions for the analysis of multiple-fluid flow through porous media

    4. Chapter

      Pages 187-190

      Moiré patterns of the membrane analogy for ground-water movement applied to multiple fluid flow

    5. Chapter

      Pages 191-203

      A many-valued hodograph in an interface problem

    6. Chapter

      Pages 204-227

      Generating functions in the theory of flow through porous media

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