Here is the listing of Best reference books on Geotechnical Centrifuge Modelling.
|1. “Geotechnical Centrifuge Technology” by Taylor R.N
Book Review: This book explains all the concepts and methodologies needed for modeling soil structure interactions. The book has been penned by an international team of authors. The book deals with all the aspects of centrifuge model testing thereby taking into consideration the model tests as well as the applications in geotechnical engineering. The book contains history, basic scaling relationships as well as model testing techniques. The book also uses the centrifuge model tests to investigate the problems that are encountered in civil engineering.
|2. “The Application of Centrifuges Modelling to Geotechncial Design” by Craig W.H|
|3. “Geotechnical Modelling” by David Muir Wood
Book Review: This is a very good course book for postgraduate and final year engineering students. The book presents models that is useful for undergraduate geotechnical curriculum and also illustrates the aspects of soil behavior that contribute to the challenge of geotechnical modeling. The book is useful for students of geotechnical and structural and civil engineering who are involved in the field of numerical and physical geotechnical modeling. The book also takes into consideration the basic soil mechanics as well as traditional methods of geotechnical design.
|4. “Centrifuge Modelling of Ground Improvement for Double Porosity Clay” by Emma Jane Pooley|
|5. ” Constitutive and Centrifuge Modelling” by S. Springman|
|6. “Applications of Geotechnical Centrifuge for Environmental Research” by Nikos Depountis|
|7. “Centrifuge modelling of contaminant transport through soils” by P. Rajeev Kumar|
|8. “Centrifuge Modelling in Geotechnics” by Christophe Gaudin|
|9. “Centrifuge Modelling for Civil Engineers” by Gopal Madabhushi|
|10. “Centrifuge 88” by Jean-Francois Corte|
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