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Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

, Volume 56, Issue 5, pp 309–313 | Cite as

Precision of the Creep Coefficient and Secondary Consolidation of Water-Saturated Viscous Soil

  • S. G. BezvolevEmail author
SOIL MECHANICS
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Patterns of soil consolidation with significant filtration and viscous resistance to volumetric deformation are considered. Joint models were characterized, issues identified and practical calculations of the consolidation of water-saturated boggy soils were presented. The conceptual contradictions for the viscous-elastic-plastic model were analyzed using the Bingham nonlinear water-saturated body model of the KONSO program and the Plaxis Soft soil creep model. The method of the correct determination of creep and nonlinear viscosity parameters during the compression-consolidation testing was presented.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Gersevanov Research Institute of Bases and Underground Structures (NIIOSP)MoscowRussia

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