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1 Introduction
2 The significance of dilatancy
3.1 The elastic region
3.2 The hardening regime
3.3 The softening regime
3.4 Strength parameters
4 The non-hardening model
4.3 Flow rule and plastic potential
4.5 The incremental stress-strain relation
4.6 Discussion oj the peifectly-plastic model
5 Some consequences of non-associated plasticity
5.2 Theoretical basis for 1(/ < rp
5.3 Non-uniqueness of the limit load
6 Concepts of isotropic hardening
6.1 The hardening parameter
6.2 Friction hardening for sand
7.1 The yield junction
7.2 Plastic potential and row flow rule
7.3 The hardening modulus h
7.4 The mobilised dilatancy angle
8 Shear-band formation
9 Plasticity models for cyclic loading
9.4 Specialization to frictional materials
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Non-Associated Plasticity for Soils,Concrete and Rock

Non-Associated Plasticity for Soils,Concrete and Rock

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