Indian Geotechnical Journal
With 50 years of distinguished publication, Indian Geotechnical Journal (IGJ) encompasses a broad spectrum of Geotechnical Engineering and contributions in the form of research articles, reviews, technical notes and discussions on such topics as Site characterization; Engineering and Constitutive behaviour of soils and rocks; Foundations; Earth retaining structures; Dams; Soil dynamics; Excavations and tunneling; Earthquake geotechnical engineering; Geosynthetics; Case histories in geotechnical engineering practice and reports of innovative concepts and developments.
Indian Geotechnical Journal is published by the Indian Geotechnical Society in association with Springer (India).
Peer Review Information: This journal follows a single blind peer review process.
The Deformation and Failure Analysis of Rock Mass Around Tunnel by Coupling Finite Difference Method and Discrete Element Method
Deformation Characteristics Analysis of Supporting Structure Caused by Deep Excavation of Large-Span Subway Parking Lot in Deep Silt Stratum
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