Now showing items 11-16 of 16
The evolution of structural engineering education in the era of computer [Presentation]
(Víctor Compán Cardiel [etc.], 2015)
In the last decades, the universalization of computer analysis has meant a revolution in the structural analysis methods that are being used in the professional practice. As a consequence, the need has arisen both in ...
Foundation-structure interaction of a group of building wiht pile foundation on expansive soil [Presentation]
(Presses de l'Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, 1987)
A group of 176 residential houses, on a soil probably expansive, has suffered damage in brick walls and partitions. A three-dimensional finite element method has been applied to the set soil-piles-foundation beams to find ...
Soil-structure interaction in buildings wiht pier foundation on expansive soil [Presentation]
Five buildings with pier foundation on expansive clay have suffered slight structural and non-structural damage, but the foundation beams, resting on the ground were broken. The urbanization presents widespread damage. The ...
Prediction and performance for seasonal swelling shrinkage of buildings on expansive clay [Presentation]
The seasonal movements of buildings and swelling-shrinking soil profile have been measured from 1976.
Stress-strain paths in the collapse-swelling-shrinkage of soils in situ [Presentation]
The volume change of partly saturated soils is strongly path-dependent. A comparative study of laboratory and in situ stress-strain paths allows to choose the appropriate calculation stress-paths.
Damaged houses on pile foundation in expansive soil [Presentation]
A group of 176 residential houses, on soil probably expansive and pile foundation, has suffered damage in brick walls and partitions.