THE RESPONSE OF SOILS TO DYNAMIC LOADINGS, REPORT NO. 25: MISCELLANEOUS STUDIES OF THE FORMATION OF WAVE FRONTS IN SAND.
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE DEPT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
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This report contains 1 Data concerning the stress-strain behavior of dry Monterey sand using initial static stresses ranging from 2 to 20 psi a Stress-strain curves for one-dimensional compression with rise-times on the order of 25 milliseconds and stress increments of 100 psi b Dilatational wave velocities measured using ultrasonic pulses and pulses generated by a hammer blow 2 Theory for the dispersion of a wave front passing through a system of discrete particles. Author
- Soil Mechanics