TECHNICAL REPORT BY JAPANESE DOMESTIC COMMITTEE

ON GEOTECHNICS OF PARTICULATE MEDIA

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE 35 (TC35)

 

Table of contents

 

Chapter 1. INtroduction                                                                                                 1-1

Prof. M. Hyodo

 

Chapter 2. Mesearment of Particle characteristics

 

2.1            Measurement of particle shape of sand                                              2-1

Dr. T. Matsushima

  2.2   CRUSHING STRENGTH                                                                                         2-8

        Dr. Y. Nakata

  2.3   Measurement of degree of Particle crushing                                  2-14

        Dr. N.Yasufuku

 

Chapter 3. SOIL BEHAVIOUR AND PARTICLE CHARACTERISTICS

 

3.1   EFFECT OF GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION                                                             3-1

        Prof. M. Hyodo

3.2                 SOIL BEHAVIOUR AND CRUSHING STRENGTH                                  3-9

      Dr. N. Aramaki

@3.3   EVALUATION OF MICROSTRUCTURE OF CLAY PARTICLES                         3-17

        Prof. T. Moriwaki

@3.4   BEHAVIOUR OF SOIL MIXED WITH DIFFERENT MATERIAL                           3-25

        Dr. T. kimata

@3.5                 Effect of methane hydrate in pore space                            3-29

on mechanical properties of sand

Dr. S. Nishio

 

Chapter 4. Modelling for Particle characteristics

 

4.1   Modeling of Stiffness                                                                                   4-1

      Dr. K. Maeda

4.2   Modeling of irregular grain shape of sand                                      4-9

Dr. T. Matsushima

4.3   Modeling of crushable soil                                                                      4-16

      Dr. Y. Nakata

4.4   Modeling of caPIRARY FORCE                                                                      4-22

      Dr. S. kato

@4.5   TWO-SCALE (GLOBAL-LOCAL) MODELING FOR GRANULAR MEDIA          4-30

        Dr. K. Kaneko

 

Chapter 5. PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF DISCONTINUUM MODELLING

 

5.1   MOdelling of sand sample                                                                          5-1

      Dr. G. Chen & Mr. K. Hiramatsu

5.2   A numerical study on the dem  parameters                                    5-6

for A RUBBLE MOUND

Dr. T. Sakakibara

5.3   effect of particle property on Mechanical                                      5-10

behaviour of railroad ballast in discontinuous analysis

Dr. T. Ishikawa

5.4                 experimental observation and direct                                   5-18

simulation of particle-fluid system

Dr. H. Saomoto

 

Chapter 6. advantages of clarifying a particle characteristics to the behavior of aggregate of particles

 

6.1         INtroduction                                                                                                    6-1

Dr. M. Katagiri   

6.2         Pile End bearing capacity of sand related to                                 6-2

soil compressibility                                          

Dr. N. Yasufuku

6.3         A DEFORMATION ANALYSIS OF A ROCKFILL DAM                                         6-9

DURING CONSTRUCTION

Dr. T. Fujiyama

6.4                        ANALYTICAL ESTIMATION OF SEABED DEFORMATION                6-14

IN METHANE HYDRATE PRODUCTION

Dr. S. Nishio

6.5         EFFECT OF SOIL compressibility and crushability                             6-19

 on monotonic and cyclic undrained shear strength of soils

Dr. N. Aramaki

6.6                        STABLITY OF HIGTH EMBANKMENT                                                   6-26

        Dr. T. Fujii

6.7         EFFECT EVALUATION OF PARTICLE SHAPE ON                                               6-31

CYClic Deformation OF RAILROAD BALLAST

Dr. T. Ishikawa

6.8         PROPERTIES of FILTER-PRESSED CLAY LUMP AND ITS AGGREGATE            6-38

      Dr. M. Katagiri

6.9         Applicability as a sandy geomaterial of                                             6-42

 granulation coal ash

 Dr. Y. Nakata

 

Reference                                                                                                                      6-46