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Table Of Contents

1 Slip plane properties
1.1 Maps of soil behaviour
1.2 Masonry in Coulomb’s Essay
1.3 Marshal Vauban’s fortress wall
1.4 Soil properties in Coulomb’s Essay
1.5 Coulomb’s law
2 Interlocking, critical states (CS) and liquefaction
2.1 An interlocking soil strength component
2.2 Frictional dissipation of energy and the CS
2.3 Reynolds’ dilatancy and Hazen’s liquefied soil
2.4 Hazen’s liquefaction and Casagrande
2.5 Herrick’s liquefaction
2.6 Failure at low effective stress
3 Soil classification and strength
3.1 Casagrande’s soil classification and soil plasticity
3.2 Hvorslev’s clay strength data and the CS line of clay
3.3 CS interpretation of Hvorslev’s shear box data
4 Limiting stress states and CS
4.1 Strain circle, soil stiffness and strength
4.2 Rankine’s soil mechanics
4.3 Skempton’s parameters A and B, and CS values of c and
5 Plasticity and original Cam Clay
5.1 Baker’s plastic design of steel frame structures
5.2 The associated flow rule and Drucker’s stability criterion
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Disturbed Soil

Disturbed Soil

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