READ ME File For 'The role of clay content on the response of railway track foundations during free-to-drain cyclic changes in principal stress rotation'
Dataset DOI: 10.5258/SOTON/D0945
ReadMe Author: A. Mamou, University of Southampton
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AUTHORS A. Mamou, C. Clayton, W. Powrie and J. Priest
TITLE The role of clay content on the response of railway track foundations during free-to-drain cyclic changes in principal stress rotation
JOURNAL Transportation Geotechnics
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The figures are as follows:
Fig. 1 Volumetric strain accumulation for materials A, B, C and D (7%, 11%, 14% and 24% clay) in free-to-drain conditions during test stage (a) at a cyclic shear stress ±Äôèz = 8.5 kPa and during test stage (b) at a cyclic shear stress ±Äôèz = 11.5 kPa
Fig. 2 The effect of increasing the intergranular (a) (b) and global (c) void ratios on the plateau volumetric strain of the sand / clay mixes in free-to-drain conditions during test stage (a) at a cyclic shear stress ±Äôèz= 8.5 kPa and during test stage (b) at a cyclic shear stress ±Äôèz = 11.5 kPa
Fig. 3 Excess pore pressure accumulation at the furthest point from the drainage boundary for materials A, B, C and D (7%, 11%,14% and 24% clay) in free-to-drain conditions during test stage (a) at a cyclic shear stress ±Äôèz = 8.5 kPa and during test stage (b) at a cyclic shear stress ±Äôèz = 11.5 kPa
Fig. 4 4 Resilient stiffness changes for materials A, B, C and D (7%, 11%, 14% and 24% clay) during test stage (a) at a cyclic shear stress ±Äôèz = 8.5 kPa and during test stage (b) at a cyclic shear stress ±Äôèz = 11.5 kPa
Date of data collection: 01-10-2009 to 30-09-2013
Information about geographic location of data collection: University of Southampton, U.K.
Licence: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Related projects:The research was funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) through the Programme Grants Track21 (EP/H044949) and Track to the Future (EP/M025276), with support from Network Rail through the Strategic Collaborative Research Framework in Future Infrastructure Systems.
Date that the file was created: June, 2019