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Journal Articles
Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Technical Papers
Geotech. Test. J.. March 2024, 47(2): GTJ20230354.
Paper No: GTJ20230354
Published Online: March 1, 2024
...Bahador Yazdanpour; Mehran Karimpour-Fard; Mohsen Sabermahani; Sandro Lemos Machado The mechanical response of municipal solid waste (MSW) under different types of loading and testing conditions has been explored by many researchers. However, the effect of temperature on MSW compressibility has yet...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Technical Notes
Geotech. Test. J.. January 2022, 45(1): 201–211.
Paper No: GTJ20200299
Published Online: January 1, 2022
..., a modified thermomechanical triaxial cell that can control the specimen temperature at a specified rate is utilized. Unlike other thermomechanical systems, a separate backpressure pump is connected to each drainage line (top and bottom) measuring the thermally-induced volumetric strains of water filling...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Technical Papers
Geotech. Test. J.. July 2020, 43(4): 950–965.
Paper No: GTJ20190036
Published Online: July 1, 2020
... to other techniques, synchrotron diffraction provides (1) high accuracy and sensitivity to small changes compared to benchtop XRD and (2) the ability to assess microstructure changes under in situ conditions (i.e., stress, saturation, and temperature). The design and selection of the various materials used...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Technical Papers
Geotech. Test. J.. March 2020, 43(2): 310–324.
Paper No: GTJ20170383
Published Online: March 1, 2020
... observations, showing clear increases in measured pressure during periods of temperature increase. The article concludes that the proposed narrow wall system works effectively and has been able to capture the temperature stress–strain behavior of paste backfill. Thus, the temperature effect hypothesis has now...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Technical Papers
Geotech. Test. J.. January 2020, 43(1): 20–37.
Paper No: GTJ20180204
Published Online: January 1, 2020
...-isothermal and unsaturated conditions. The advanced oedometer cell enables the simultaneous control of temperature, suction, and stress state within the soil specimens. Temperatures of 20°C to 200°C are applied through a tubular heating element placed at the base of the soil specimen. Suction is controlled...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Technical Notes
Geotech. Test. J.. January 2017, 40(1): 144–149.
Paper No: GTJ20150262
Published Online: January 9, 2017
... technique to account for use of PES membranes and effects of different PEG molecular weights, concentrations and temperature. This study intends to fill such a gap by providing reliable and comprehensive experimental data. The response of PES membranes was investigated over a range of temperature varying...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. July 2016, 39(4): 624–632.
Paper No: GTJ20150160
Published Online: July 5, 2016
...A. Sadrekarimi Triaxial shear tests are often carried out in a temperature controlled laboratory environment, and a few degrees change in ambient temperature are often neglected or considered to have negligible effect on the experiment. In this study, the effect of the ambient temperature...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. January 2016, 39(1): 35–44.
Paper No: GTJ20140204
Published Online: January 27, 2016
...Rune Dyvik Triaxial tests on soils typically have a latex membrane that confines the test specimen. Because temperature can affect geotechnical test results, laboratory testing is occasionally performed at in situ temperatures, which are typically lower than room temperature. Some long-duration low...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. September 2011, 34(5): 424–432.
Published Online: September 1, 2011
...Anuchit Uchaipichat; Nasser Khalili; Saman Zargarbashi This paper describes a modified Bishop–Wesley triaxial apparatus for testing unsaturated soils at elevated temperatures. The suction is applied using the axis translation technique. The cell liquid temperature is controlled through a heating...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. January 2011, 34(1): 1–8.
Published Online: January 1, 2011
...Tom Schanz; Wiebke Baille; Long Nguyen Tuan This paper analyses the effects of temperature on the quantification of soil water content by means of time domain reflectometry (TDR) method. For this purpose, the dielectric constant of soil specimens with known water content was measured at different...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. March 2010, 33(2): 112–122.
Published Online: March 1, 2010
...Bertrand François; Lyesse Laloui This paper reports the development of an advanced thermo-hydro-mechanical (THM) oedometer in order to characterize the behavior of soils under combined non-isothermal and unsaturated conditions. The simultaneous control of temperature, suction, and stress states...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. March 1998, 21(1): 38–44.
Published Online: March 1, 1998
...K Farrag A procedure for extrapolating creep strains to longer time intervals was developed. The procedure was based on applying time-shift factors to creep strain curves at elevated temperatures to establish a master strain curve for longer time intervals. The procedure was applied to creep test...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. December 1997, 20(4): 414–422.
Published Online: December 1, 1997
...K Farrag; H Shirazi The prediction of the long-term strength of geosynthetics is usually based on 10,000-h extension creep tests. Creep tests at elevated temperatures can accelerate testing duration to a reasonable time frame (1000 h) and the results can be extrapolated to longer time intervals...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. June 1996, 19(2): 155–163.
Published Online: June 1, 1996
...AMO Mohamed; RN Yong; CI Onofrei; BH Kjartanson The main thermodynamic forces active in the near field of a nuclear fuel waste multiple barrier system during the unsaturated stage are the gradients of temperature, fluid pressure, and chemical potentials. The processes that have a direct impact...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. March 1993, 16(1): 85–99.
Published Online: March 1, 1993
... was not achieved. However, control of temperature gradient, existence of one-dimensional flow, and uniformity of temperature and volumetric water content distributions at any cross section within the specimen are achieved in the modified design. Experimental results have shown that the temperature stabilizes very...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. December 1992, 15(4): 330–339.
Published Online: December 1, 1992
...A-MO Mohamed; RN Yong; SCH Cheung To understand the process of coupled heat and water transport, the relationship between temperature and soil water potential must be known. Two clays, Avonlea bentonite and Lake Agassiz clay, are being considered as the clay-based sealing materials for the Canadian...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. December 1991, 14(4): 406–412.
Published Online: December 1, 1991
...WH Craig; BKH Bujang; CM Merrifield A review is presented of the need for simulation of effects associated with tide, rainfall, temperature variations, etc., in geotechnical centrifuge models. Interest in the overall theme was generated by a perceived need to model rainfall in long-term testing...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Technical Notes
Geotech. Test. J.. March 1989, 12(1): 93–97.
Published Online: March 1, 1989
...M Tidfors; G Sällfors A change in temperature is known to affect the deformation properties of a clay specimen. In order to study the effect quantitative y and its dependence on clay type a number of oedometer tests were carried out. Conventional incremental oedometer tests as well as constant-rate...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Technical Notes
Geotech. Test. J.. June 1987, 10(2): 91–94.
Published Online: June 1, 1987
... (conductivity meter unit), with a measurement range of more than 45°. This tiltmeter measured earth flow subsurface movements reliably. It was easy to install and read. tiltmeters sensors electrolytes deflection temperature earth flow movement References British Geotechnical Society , Field...
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Publisher: ASTM International
Article Type: Research-Article
Geotech. Test. J.. December 1985, 8(4): 171–178.
Published Online: December 1, 1985
...LR Myer The main features of a system for pseudo-static thermomechanical triaxial rock testing systems are discussed. The system emphasizes ease of control and versatility in performing complex load/deformation paths required in many testing applications in the temperature-pressure range of 20...