volume 11, issue 2, P238-247 1974
DOI: 10.1139/t74-020
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Abstract: Plasticity solutions for failure loadings in sand have reached the stage where confidence can be expressed in the available computational procedures. However, predicted loads often do not agree particularly well with laboratory model results, and significantly over-estimate the ultimate loading on full-scale structures. If care is taken in specifying boundary conditions to conform with observations of model behavior, then good agreement is obtained between theoretical and model results. By using the curvature…

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