The Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering

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Table of Contents

Ready! Effect of Grain Crushing and Bedding Plane Inclination on Ras en-Naqab Natural Sand Behavior

    Reyad Al Dwairi, Omar Al-Hattamleh, Faisal Al-Shalabi, and Talib Al-Rousan

Ready! Application of Disturbed State Concept in Calculation of Earth Pressure

    Jian-feng Zhu, Ri-qing Xu, Kui Zhu, and Xin-rui Li

Ready! Experimental Research on Soil-Water Characteristic Curve of Remolded Residual Soils

    Jin-yu Li, Qing Yang, Pei-yong Li, and Qing-lei Yang

Ready! Study on the Long-term Performance of Stepped Reinforced Retaining Wall in Expressway

    Cheng-zhi Wang, Mao-tian Luan, Duo-yin Wang, and Guan-hun He

Ready! Evaluating Conservatism of SPT-based Simplified Liquefaction Procedures using Laboratory and Field Evidences

    Rouzbeh Vakili, Alireza Sadeghi Abdollahi, Yaser Jafarian, and Mohammad Hassan Baziar

Ready! Identification of Expansive Soils and Assessment of Expansion Potential by Fuzzy Approach

    P. Venkata Subba Reddy, K. Mallikarjuna Rao, and Ch. Sudha Rani

Ready! Adaptive Element Free Galerkin Method Applied to Analysis of Earthquake Induced Liquefaction

    Ying Jie, Xiao-Wei Tang, Mao-Tian Luan, and Qing Yang

Ready! Physical Simulation and Digital Experiment on SAGP for Super Heavy Oil Reservoir

    Youjun Ji, Linsong Cheng, Zhibo Liu, and Qicheng Liu


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