Earth Reinforcement and Soil Structures provides a coverage of the basic aspects of reinforced soil. The book is comprised of 12 chapters that cover the theoretical elements up to the practical applications. The first two chapters provide the introduction and historical review of the subject of reinforced soil. The third chapter presents a catalogue of some of the application areas for the use of earth reinforcement, while the fourth chapter covers the theoretical concepts. The next six chapters deal with the practical aspects of earth reinforcements, such as design, construction, costs, and durability. The remaining two chapters provide some worked examples and discuss the developments in earth reinforcement, respectively. The text will be of great use to undergraduate students of civil engineering and other related fields.Assuming a uniform distribution of strip reinforcement (Sh=S.): ac Ta#39;a. ... X. T. =yBu( NHLaNH*) i = 1 # H* tan 6 (53) where // - (xaquot; - 1) **: NLu HS, 2=26 and oaquot; sin 24 ( a0. ... Ke S = // tan 4, Ke=tan () a 3) * \ 6 N Figure 4.69 Displacements Xm, with respect to time, may be obtained from equation (57) using Newtona#39;s law of motion .
|Title||:||Earth Reinforcement and Soil Structures|
|Author||:||Colin J F P Jones|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|