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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
2 LS-DYNA Material Model 5 Description
3 Methodology for Obtaining Constitutive Soil Properties
3.1 Geotechnical Laboratory Tests
3.1.1 Grain Density
3.1.2 Grain size distribution
3.1.3 Moisture content
3.1.4 Atterberg limits
3.1.5 Triaxial compression
3.1.6 Hydrostatic compression
3.1.7 Uniaxial strain
4 Cuddeback Soil A
4.1 Location
4.2 General description
4.2.1 Man made obstructions observed
4.2.2 Soil classification
4.2.3 Cementation
4.3 Selection of Soil A
4.4 Field observations
4.4.1 Sampling and sample locations
4.4.2 Nuclear density and nuclear moisture content field data
4.5 Laboratory test data
4.5.1 Moisture content and saturation
4.5.2 Grain density and size distribution
4.5.3 Atterberg limits test
4.5.4 Hydrostatic compression
4.5.5 Triaxial compression
4.5.6 Uniaxial strain
4.6 LS-DYNA Material Model 5 inputs
4.7 Recommended range of model application
4.8 Recommended surrogate soil composition
5 Cuddeback Soil B
5.1 Location
5.2 General description
5.2.1 Soil classification
5.3 Selection of Soil B
5.4 Field observations
5.4.1 Sampling and sample sites
5.4.2 Nuclear density and moisture data
5.5 Laboratory test data
5.5.1 Moisture content
5.5.2 Grain density and grain size analysis
5.5.3 Triaxial compression
5.5.4 Hydrostatic compression
5.5.5 Uniaxial strain
5.6 LS-DYNA Material Model 5 inputs
5.7 Recommended range of model application
5.8 Recommended surrogate soil composition
6 Carson Sink Dry Soil
6.1 Location
6.2 General description
6.2.1 Cementation
6.2.2 Soil classification
6.3 Field observations
6.3.1 Sampling and sample locations
6.3.2 Nuclear density and moisture data
6.4.2 Atterberg limits
6.4.3 Grain density and grain size analysis
6.4.4 Triaxial compression
6.4.5 Hydrostatic compression
6.4.6 Uniaxial strain
6.5 LS-DYNA Material Model 5 inputs
6.6 Recommended range of model application
6.7 Recommended surrogate soil composition
7 Carson Sink Wet Soil
7.1 General description
7.2 Laboratory test data
7.2.1 Moisture content
7.2.2 Triaxial compression
7.2.3 Hydrostatic compression
7.2.4 Uniaxial strain
7.3 LS-DYNA Material Model 5 inputs
7.4 Recommended range of model application
8 Soil to soil comparisons
9 Closing Remarks
Appendix A: LS-DYNA Theory Manual for Material Model 5
Appendix B: Field Data
Appendix C: Laboratory data
Appendix D: Media library on DVD
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Constitutive Soil Properties for Cuddeback CA

Constitutive Soil Properties for Cuddeback CA

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