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Author Baars, Stefan Van, author

Title 100 years of Prandtl's wedge / Stefan Van Baars
Published Amsterdam, Netherlands : IOS Press, 2018
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Contents Title Page; Preface; Contents; I Prandtl & Reissner; 1 Introduction; 2 Ludwig Prandtl; 3 Hans Jacob Reissner; II Original Publications; 4 Prandtl's publication of 1920; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Prandtl-wedge; 4.3 Prandtl-wedge, also discovered by Prandtl?; 5 Reissner's publication of 1924; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Effect of the surcharge; III Bearing capacity factors; 6 Prandtl-wedge; 7 Surcharge bearing capacity factor N(q); 7.1 Analytical solution; 7.2 Numerical solution; 8 Cohesion bearing capacity factor N(c); 8.1 Analytical solution; 8.2 Numerical solution
13.2 Axisymmetric failure versus plane strain failure13.3 Cohesion shape factor s(c); 13.4 Surcharge shape factor s(q); 13.5 Soil-weight shape factor s(gamma); 13.6 Superposition of the shape factors; 14 Eccentric loading; 15 Slope factors; 15.1 Meyerhof and Vesic; 15.2 Modern research and German norms; 15.3 Cohesion slope factor lambda(c); 15.4 Soil-weight slope factor lambda(gamma); 15.5 Surcharge slope factor lambda(q); 16 Inclined footing factors; 17 Special footings; 17.1 Perforated footings; 17.2 Shell footings; 17.3 Footings on layered soil and punching; V Pile tip bearing capacity
18 Pile tip bearing capacity using Meyerhof19 Pile tip bearing capacity, CPT and failure mechanism; 20 Pile tip bearing capacity versus horizontal stress; VI Appendices; 21 Mohr-Coulomb and Rankine; 22 N(c) simplification; 23 Prandtl's publication of 1920; 24 Reissner's publication of 1924; 25 Literature; 26 Background of the author
9 Soil-weight bearing capacity factor N(gamma)9.1 Scaled modelling; 9.2 Numerical solution; 10 Superposition and bearing capacity factors; 10.1 Table of bearing capacity factors; 10.2 Superposition; IV Correction factors; 11 Extensions: correction factors; 12 Inclination factors; 12.1 Meyerhof and Brinch Hansen; 12.2 Surcharge fan reduction angle psi(q); 12.3 Cohesion fan reduction angle psi(c); 12.4 Surcharge inclination factor i(q); 12.5 Cohesion inclination factor i(c); 12.6 Soil-weight inclination factor i(gamma); 13 Shape factors; 13.1 Meyerhof and De Beer
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (IOS Press, viewed April 20, 2018)
Subject Bearing capacity.
Foundations.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1614998507 (electronic bk.)
9781614998501 (electronic bk.)
(print)