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329. 
Konstantinou, C 
2020 
Hydraulic fracturing of artificially generated soft sandstones 
328. 
Yang, F 
2020 
Numerical modelling of hydrodynamic and solute transport processes in shallow water environment 
327. 
Boksmati, J I 
2020 
Dynamic SoilStructure Interaction In Buildings With Oil Dampers 
326. 
Garcia Torres, S 
2020 
Performance of drains in earthquakeinduced liquefaction mitigation under new and existing buildings 
325. 
Tsurudome, C 
2020 
ISPH Modelling of Solitary Wave Interaction with Permeable Beaches 
324. 
Li, Z 
2020 
Biomimetic vascular selfhealing systems for cementitious materials 
323. 
Cao, B 
2020 
CrackResistant and SelfHealing CutOff Wall Materials Incorporating Polymers and Minerals 
322. 
Papanikolaou, I 
2020 
Multifunctional applications of graphene related materials in cementitious composites 
321. 
Deng, C 
2020 
Sand Deformation Mechanisms and Earth Pressures Mobilised with Retaining Wall Movements 
320. 
Chan, D Y K 
2020 
Longterm basement heave in overconsolidated clay 
319. 
Clarà Saracho, A 
2020 
Effect of Bacterial Strain on MICP and its Application for the Erosion Control of Fine Sands 
318. 
Garala, T K 
2020 
Seismic Response of Pile Foundations in Soft Clays and Layered Soils 
317. 
Lin, Z 
2019 
FlowMediated Interaction Between a Vibrating and an ElasticallyMounted Cylinder 
316. 
Hughes, F E 
2019 
Seismic behaviour of structures with basements in liquefiable soil 
315. 
Pelekis, I 
2019 
Soil – Structure Interaction for low damage Seismic Rocking Systems 
314. 
Chen, J 
2019 
Development and performance of selfhealing and selfimmune soilcement systems subjected to freezethaw cycles 
313. 
Zhang, Y 
2019 
Characteristics and Mechanisms of Heavy Metal and MTBE Adsorption on Zeolites and Applications in Permeable Reactive Barriers 
312. 
Sasaki, T 
2019 
Fibre optic monitoring and finite element analysis of well integrity in methane hydrate reservoirs 
311. 
Mallikarachchi, H. E 
2019 
Constitutive Modelling of Shear Localisation in Saturated Dilative Sand 
310. 
Luo, H 
2019 
Numerical Investigation of Hydratebearing Sediment Formation Heterogeneity during Methane Gas Recovery 
309. 
Zhao, X 
2019 
Improvements of MPM and Its Applications in Modelling Rapid Soil/Water Movements 
308. 
Van Eeden, S. J. 
2019 
Behaviour of locked sand during cavity expansion 
307. 
Di Murro, V 
2019 
LongTerm Performance of a concretelined Tunnel at CERN 
306. 
Zhao, B 
2019 
Cityscale ecorouting and pavement ecomaintenance scheduling for CO2 mitigation 
305. 
Sun, M 
2019 
The effects of multidirectional loading on soil liquefaction 
304. 
Hamad, H M A 
2019 
Modification and performance of activated carbon for CO2 sequestration in pervious concrete 
303. 
Wang, Y 
2018 
MicrobialInduced Calcium Carbonate Precipitation: from micro to macro scale 
302. 
Ho, J. H. C 
2018 
Computational study of hydroenvironmental processes of Poyang Lake, China 
301. 
Chen, Y 
2018 
Application of new observational method on deep excavation retaining wall design in London Clay 
300. 
Mao, W 
2018 
Reactive MgO and Selfhealing Microcapsules for Enhanced Well Cement System Performance 
299. 
Lau, J Z E 
2018 
Static and Dynamic Performance of Biochar Enhanced Cement Stabilised Peat 
298. 
Bowman, A J 
2018 
Performance of silty sands and their use in flexible airfield pavement design 
297. 
Mei, Y 
2018 
Error analysis for distributed fibre optic sensing technology based on Brillouin scattering 
296. 
Madabhushi, S S C 
2018 
MultiHazard Modelling of Dual Row Retaining Walls 
295. 
Lau, W Y 
2018 
The Role of Reactive MgO as an Expansive Additive in the Shrinkage Reduction of Concrete 
294. 
McMillan, O W T 
2018 
Characteristics and mechanisms of atrazine sorption to biochar for land remediation 
293. 
Kularathna, S 
2018 
Splitting solution scheme for material point method 
292. 
Wong, J K W 
2018 
Threedimensional multiscale hydraulic fracturing simulation in heterogeneous material using Dual Lattice Model 
291. 
Gil Lorenzo, S 
2018 
Structural behaviour of concrete segmental lining tunnels: towards design optimisation 
290. 
Jin, Y 
2017 
Supervised learning for back analysis of excavations in the observational method 
289. 
Murphy, A J 
2017 
Sediment Heterogeneity and Sand Production in Gas Hydrate Extraction. DainiAtsumi Knoll, Nankai Trough, Japan 
288. 
Da Silva, T S 
2017 
Centrifuge Modelling of the Behaviour of GeosyntheticReinforced Soils above Voids 
287. 
Ribeiro De Souza, L 
2017 
Design and Synthesis of Microcapsules Using Microfluidics for Autonomic SelfHealing in Cementitious Materials 
286. 
Ritter, S 
2017 
Experiments in tunnel–soil–structure interaction 
285. 
Giannaros, P 
2017 
Laboratory and Field Investigation of the Performance of Novel MicrocapsuleBased SelfHealing Concrete 
284. 
Hao, R 
2017 
Investigation into the Production of Carbonates and Oxides from Synthetic Brine through Carbon Sequestration 
283. 
Gue, C Y 
2017 
Effects of Tunnelling under an Existing Tunnel in Clay 
282. 
Zeybek, A 
2017 
Air Injection Technique to Mitigate Liquefaction beneath Shallow Foundations 
281. 
Faustin, N E 
2017 
Performance of circular shafts and ground behaviour during construction 
280. 
Salemdeeb, R 
2017 
Beyond The Food Waste Hierarchy: A Quantitative Assessment of Embodied Environmental Impacts Using a Hybrid Approach 
279. 
Wilcock, M 
2017 
The Behaviour of Existing Segmental Cast Iron Tunnel Linings Subject to Ground Movement from New Tunelling 
278. 
Alghamri, R 
2017 
Development and performance of smart aggregates for selfhealing of cement based materials 
276. 
Bagonyi, R 
2016 
Development of LowpH MagnesiaBearing Cements for the Immobilisation of Radioactive Waste 
275. 
Shen, Z 
2016 
Characteristics and Mechanisms of Heavy Metal Adsorption on Biochar and Its Application in Soil Remediation 
274. 
Adamidis, O 
2016 
Earthquakeinduced liquefaction of sand and response of structures with shallow foundations 
273. 
Wang, M 
2016 
Numerical Modelling of the kinetics and microstructural development of carbonated magnesiabased cements 
272. 
Jiang, N 
2016 
Microbially Induced Calcite Precipitation for the Mitigation of Soil Internal Erosion and Sand Production 
271. 
Yu, Y 
2016 
Signal Processing of Brillouin Distributed Optical Fibre Sensors 
270. 
Fern, E J 
2016 
Constitutive Modelling of Unsaturated Sand 
269. 
Qureshi, T S 
2016 
The Role of Expansive Minerals in the Autogenous and Autonomic SelfHealing of Cement Based Materials 
268. 
Abdalqader, A 
2016 
Characterisation and Properties of MgOModified Sodium CarbonateActivated Slag/Fly Ash Cement and Concrete 
267. 
Jabary, R N 
2016 
Dynamic SoilStructure Interaction Effects on Tuned Mass Dampers 
266. 
Hird, R 
2016 
Salt Migration in Granular Media

265. 
Alayaki, F 
2015 
Characterisation and Binder Stabilisation of Problematic Niger Delta Soils and Field Performance Evaluation in Nigeria

264. 
Eroukhmanoff, N 
2015 
Combined kinetic and thermodynamic modelling of the hydration of PC blended with fly ash and/ or slag

263. 
Abdollahzadeh, A 
2015 
Characterisation and Performance Evaluation of Reactive MagnesiaBased Pervious Concrete for Application in Green Infrastructure

262. 
Yin, M 
2015 
Physical and numerical modelling of Submarine Landslides

261. 
O'Connor, D 
2015 
Performance of soil mix technology low permeability reactive inground barrier walls for contaminated land applications

260. 
Haiderali, A E 
2015 
Numerical modelling of monopiles for offshore wind farms

259. 
Zhou, M 
2015 
Geomechanical study of hydratebearing sediments with turbidite formation and hydrate heterogeneity

258. 
Litina, C 
2015 
Development and Performance of SelfHealing Blended Cement Grouts with Microencapsulated Mineral Agents

257. 
Dawoud, O 
2015 
The Applicability of Microbially Induced Calcite Precipitation (MICP) for Soil Treatment

256. 
Wang, F 
2015 
TimeRelated Performance of Soil Mix Technology Stablised/Solidified Soils From Two Contaminated Sites

255. 
Kirkwood, P B 
2015 
Cyclic lateral loading of monopile foundations in sand 
254. 
Burali d'Arezzo, F 
2015 
Installation effects due to pile surging in sand 
253. 
Abunada, Z 
2015 
Innovative Soil Mix Technology Constructed Permeable Reactive Barrier for Groundwater Remediation 
252. 
Lau, B H 
2015 
Cyclic behaviour of monopile foundations for offshore wind turbines in clay 
251. 
Xu, E 
2015 
Numerical analysis of wellbore behaviour during methane gas recovery from hydrate bearing sediments 
250. 
Kumar, K 
2015 
Multiscale multiphase modelling of granular flow 
249. 
Rui, Y 
2015 
Finite element modelling of thermal piles and walls 
248. 
Li, Z 
2014 
Longterm Behaviour of Castiron Tunnel Cross Passage in London Clay 
247. 
Jin, F 
2014 
Characterisation and Performance of Reactive MgObased Cements with Supplementary Cementitious Materials 
246. 
Hou, D 
2014 
Generalised and Hybrid Sustainability Assessments in Contaminated Site Remediation and Associated Sustainable Behaviour 
245. 
Williamson, M 
2014 
Tunnelling Effects on Bored Piles in Clay 
244. 
Ouyang, Y 
2014 
Geotechnical behaviour of energy piles 
243. 
Schwamb, T 
2014 
Performance Monitoring and Numerical Modelling of a Deep Circular Excavation 
242. 
Haskell, J J M 
2014 
Guidance for the design of pile groups in laterally spreading soil 
241. 
Garber, D 
2014 
Ground Source Heat Pump System Models in an Integrated Building and Ground Energy Simulation Environment 
240. 
Shepley, P 
2014 
Water Injection to assist Pile Jacking 
239. 
Heron, C 
2014 
The Dynamic Soil Structure Interaction of Shallow Foundations on Dry Sand Beds 
238. 
Hassan, D 
2013 
Environmental Sustainability Assessment & Associated Experimental Investigations of Magnesia Production Routes 
237. 
Akinyugha, A 
2013 
Performance evaluation of unactivated and activated persulphate oxidation for in situ contaminated land remediation applications 
236. 
Chaiyasarn, K 
2013 
Damage detection and monitoring for tunnel inspection based on Computer Vision 
235. 
Li, Y 
2013 
Ground movements due to excavation in cohesionless soil: physical and analytical models 
234. 
Wang, O 
2013 
Data Mining, Mapping and Modelling of the Strength of CementStabilised Soils 
233. 
Som, A MD 
2013 
The impact of biochar on soil processes and its potential in soil remediation 
232. 
Bandara, S S 
2013 
Material point method to simulate large deformation problems in fluidsaturated granular medium 
231. 
Korff, M 
2013 
Response of piled buildings to the construction of deep excavations 
230. 
Xincheng, L 
2012 
Mechanical properties and durability performance of reactive magnesia cement concrete 
229. 
McMahon, B 
2012 
Deformation mechanisms beneath shallow foundations 
228. 
Shrestha, R 
2012 
Deep soil mixing and predictive neural network models for strength prediction 
227. 
Uchida, S 
2012 
Numerical investigation of Geomechanical behaviour of hydratebearing sediments 
226. 
Wang, J 
2012 
Monotonic and cyclic uplift resistance of buried pipelines in cohesionless soils 
225. 
Unluer, C 
2012 
Enhancing the carbonation of reactive magnesia cementbased porous blocks 
224. 
Stringer, M 
2012 
The axial behaviour of piled foundations in liquefiable soil 
223. 
Ellison, K C 
2012 
Constitutive modelling of a heavily overconsolidated clay 
222. 
Vardanega, P J 
2012 
Strength mobilisation for geotechnical Design & its application to bored piles 
221. 
Gue, C S 
2012 
Submarine landslide flows simulation through centrifuge modelling 
220. 
Chian S C 
2012 
Floatation of underground structures in liquefiable soils 
219. 
OuelletPlamondon C 
2011 
Characterisation and performance of innovative aluminosilicates for soil mix technology permeable reactive barriers 
218. 
Qabany A A 
2011 
Microbial carbonate precipation in soils 
217. 
Kuo M 
2011 
The influence of bacteria on the mechanical properties of deepocean clay sediments 
216. 
Laver R 
2011 
Longterm behaviour of twin tunnels in London clay 
215. 
Kogbara R 
2011 
Process envelopes for and biodegradation within stabilised/solidified contaminated soils 
214. 
Liu L 
2011 
Disturbance analysis of the self boring pressuremeter tests 
213. 
Farrell R P 
2011 
Tunnelling in sands and the response of buildings 
212. 
Li Z 
2010 
Piled foundations subjected to cyclic loads or earthquakes 
211. 
Goh K H 
2010 
Response of ground and buildings to deep excavations and tunnelling 
210. 
Lam S 
2010 
Ground movements due to excavation in clay: physical and analytical models 
209. 
Jegandan S 
2010 
Ground Improvement with Conventional and Novel Binders 
208. 
Leung Y F 
2010 
Foundation optimisation and its application to pile reuse 
207. 
Robert D 
2010 
SoilPipeline Interaction in Unsaturated Soils 
206. 
Lim L 
2010 
InSitu Photocatalytic Remediation of Organic Contaminants in Groundwater. Engineering (Environmental Geotechnics). 
205. 
Joshi K 
2010 
LongTerm Engineering Performance and InSitu Assessment of Cement Bentonite CutOff Walls 
204. 
Liska M 
2009 
Properties and applications of reactive magnesia cements in porous blocks 
203. 
Pal I 
2009 
Rainfall trends in India and their impact on soil erosion and land management 
202. 
Cilingir U 
2009 
Seismic Response of Tunnels 
201. 
Marshall A 
2009 
Tunnelling in sand and its effect on pipelines and piles 
200. 
Nikolopoulos P 
2009 
Mass Transfer in NonAqueous Phase Liquid Contaminated heterogeneous Porous Media 
199. 
Eisa KOGM 
2008 
Compensation Grouting in Sand 
198. 
Ng M Y A 
2008 
Modelling of Hydraulic Fracturing in Cement Bentonite Geomaterials 
197. 
Ji H 
2008 
Physical Modelling of Jet Grouting Process 
196. 
Kwok C Y 
2008 
Micromechanical Modelling of Soil Creep 
195. 
Iyengar S 
2008 
Application of Two Novel MagnesiaBased Binders in Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment Systems 
194. 
Mohamad H 
2008 
Distributed Optical Fibre Strain Sensing of Geotechnical Structures 
193. 
Deeks A D 
2008 
An investigation into the strength and stiffness of jacked piles in sand 
192. 
Elshafie M Z E B 
2008 
Effect of Building Stiffness on ExcavationInduced Displacements 
191. 
Chung K H 
2008 
Effects of Piles On Tunnels 
190. 
Zhao Y 
2008 
In Situ Soil Testing for Foundation Performance Prediction 
189. 
Duru U 
2007 
Impact of climate change on chemical and biological properties in contaminated soils 
188. 
Marketos G 
2007 
An investigation of crushing and compaction bands in granular material 
187. 
Smith S 
2007 
Impact of Climate Change on Contaminated Land Containment Systems 
186. 
Coelho P A L F 
2007 
In Situ Densification as a Liquefaction Resistance Measure for Bridge Foundations 
185. 
Osman A A M 
2007 
Durability and Mechanical Properties of DeepMixed Clays 
184. 
AlAnsary M S 
2007 
Stabilisation/Solidification and Pelletisation of Petroleum Drill Cuttings 
183. 
Cheong T P 
2007 
Numerical Modelling of SoilPipeline Interaction 
182. 
Knappett J A 
2007 
Piled foundations in liquefiable soils: accounting for axial loads 
181. 
Mitrani H 
2006 
Liquefaction Remediation Techniques for Existing Buildings 
180. 
HernandezMartinez F 
2006 
Ground Improvement of Organic Soils Using Wet Deep Soil Mixing 
179. 
Kok Y L 
2006 
Investigating the mechanical behaviour of two residual soils from Malaysia 
178. 
Borghi X 
2006 
Lubrication and soil conditioning in pipejacking and tunnelling 
177. 
Chua H Y 
2006 
Horizontal arching of earth pressures on retaining structures 
176. 
Selemetas D 
2005 
The response of fullscale piles and piled structures to tunnelling 
175. 
Wongsaroj J 
2005 
Threedimensional finite element analysis of short and longterm ground response to open face tunnelling in stiff clay. 
174. 
Vorster T E B 
2005 
The Effects of Tunnelling on Buried Pipes 
173. 
Chan S M 
2005 
Photocatalytic remediation of organics in groundwater 
172. 
Thusyanthan I 
2005 
Behaviour of landfill systems under monotonic and earthquake loading 
171. 
Perera A S R 
2005 
The Role of Accelerated Carbonation in the Ageing of CementBased Stabilised/Solidified Contaminated Materials 
170. 
Silva M F 
2005 
Numerical and physical models of rate effects in soil penetration 
169. 
Kulasooriya I 
2005 
Remediation of DNAPL using Surfactant flushingMass flux approach 
168. 
Osman A S E K 
2005 
Predicting ground displacements in clay during construction 
167. 
Page J W E 
2005 
A Mass Flux and Partitioning Tracer Concept for DNAPL Source Zone Characterisation 
166. 
Cheuk C Y 
2005 
SoilPipeline Interaction at the Seabed 
165. 
Cheng Y P Helen 
2004 
Micromechanical investigation of soil plasticity 
164. 
Merritt A S 
2004 
Soil conditioning for earth pressure balance machines 
163. 
Choy C K 
2004 
Installation effects of diaphragm walls on adjacent piled foundations 
162. 
Waduge A 
2004 
Source zone remediation by air sparging and soil vapour extraction 
161. 
Chitambira B 
2004 
Accelerated ageing of cement stabilised/solidified contaminated soils with elevated temperatures 
160. 
Ghosh B 
2004 
Behaviour of rigid foundation in layered soil during seismic liquefaction 
159. 
Teh T C 
2003 
Stability of marine pipelines on unstable and liquefied seabed 
158. 
Take W A 
2003 
The influence of seasonal moisture cycles on clay slopes 
157. 
Bhattacharya S 
2003 
Pile instability during earthquake liquefaction 
156. 
Dimmock P S 
2003 
Tunnellinginduced ground and building movement on the Jubilee Line Extension 
155. 
Brennan A J 
2003 
Vertical drains as a countermeasure to earthquakeinduced soil liquefaction 
154. 
Jacobsz S W 
2002 
The effect of tunnelling on pile foundations 
153. 
Bowman E T 
2002 
The aging and creep of dense granular materials 
152. 
White D J 
2002 
An investigation into the behaviour of pressedin piles 
151. 
Ratnam S 
2002 
Development of a novel selfboring permeability measrement technique 
150. 
Teymur B 
2002 
The significance of boundary conditions in dynamic centrifuge modelling 
149. 
Haigh S K 
2002 
Effects of earthquakeinduced liquefaction on pile foundations in sloping ground 
148. 
Yimsiri S 
2002 
Prefailure deformation characteristics of soils: anisotropy and soil fabric 
147. 
Coumoulos H 
2002 
Centrifuge and numerical modelling of dense nonaqueous phase liquid contaminants migration 
146. 
Treadaway A C J 
2001 
Development and Use of Photometric Sensors for Contaminent Transport Studies 
145. 
Au S K A 
2001 
Fundamental Study of Compensation Grouting 
144. 
Lee C J 
2001 
The influence of negative skin friction on piles and in pile groups 
143. 
Lee S W 
2001 
The Effects of Compensation Injections on Tunnels 
142. 
Kechavarzi C 
2000 
Physical modelling of immiscible multiphase flow in porous media 
141. 
Baumgard A J 
2000 
Monotonic and cyclic soil responses to upheaval buckling in offshore buried pipelines 
140. 
Robertson D 
2000 
Computer simulations of crushable aggregates 
139. 
Carrier M B 
2000 
Dielectric measurements over a wide frequency range in egrade kaolin clay 
138. 
Butler G D 
1999 
A dynamic analysis of the stored angular momentum earthquake actuator used with the equivalent shear beam container 
137. 
Peiris L M N 
1998 
Seismic modelling of rockfill embankments on deep loose saturated sand deposits 
136. 
Barker H R 
1998 
Physical modelling of construction processes in the MiniDrum centrifuge 
135. 
Hsu Y S 
1997 
Excess pore pressures under cyclically loaded model jackup foundations 
134. 
Ellis E A 
1997 
Soilstructure interaction for fullheight piled bridge abutments constructed on soft clay 
133. 
ElHamalawi A 
1997 
Adaptive refinement of finite element meshes for geotechnical analysis 
132. 
Penn M L M 
1997 
Electrokinetic soil remediation: effects of pH, temperature and chemical reactions 
131. 
Lu Y C 
1997 
Compensation grouting in clay 
130. 
Peña A 
1996 
Theoretical study of brain biomechanics via poroelastic theory and the finite element method 
129. 
Balachandran S 
1996 
Modelling of geosynthetic reinforced soil walls 
128. 
McDowell G R 
1996 
Clastic soil mechanics 
127. 
Potter L J 
1996 
Contaminant migration through consolidating soils 
126. 
Dasari G R 
1996 
Modelling the variation of soil stiffness during sequential construction 
125. 
Chin C Y 
1996 
An experimental study of hydrofracture in soils 
124. 
Bransby M F 
1995 
Piled foundations adjacent to surcharge loads 
123. 
Gui M W 
1995 
Centrifuge and numerical modelling of pile and penetrometer in sand 
122. 
Evans D C 
1994 
Contaminant migration through intact and damaged clay liners 
121. 
Boyce E E R 
1994 
Modelling of transport processes in heterogeneous soils 
120. 
Sharma J 
1994 
Behaviour of reinforced embankments on soft clay 
119. 
Hellawell E E 
1994 
Modelling transport processes in soil due to hydraulic, density and electrical gradients 
118. 
Tsukamoto Y 
1994 
Drum centrifuge tests of threeleg jackups on sand 
117. 
Pilgrim N K 
1993 
Observation and analysis of slope stability with seepage in centrifuge model earthquakes 
116. 
McKinley J D 
1993 
Grouted ground anchors and the soil mechanics aspects of cement grouting 
115. 
Lee DM 
1992 
The angles of friction of granular fills 
114. 
Smith C C 
1992 
Thaw induced settlement of pipelines in centrifuge model tests 
113. 
Jeyatharan K 
1991 
Partial liquefaction of sand fill in a mobile arctic caisson under dynamic iceloading 
112. 
Madabhushi S P G 
1991 
Response of tower structures to earthquake perturbations 
111. 
Sun H W 
1990 
Ground deformation mechanisms for soilstructure interactions 
110. 
Maheetharan A 
1990 
Modelling the seismic response of piles and pile groups 
109. 
Lee S Y 
1990 
Centrifuge modelling of cone penetration testing in cohesionless soils 
108. 
Zeng X 
1990 
Modelling the behaviour of quay walls during earthquakes 
107. 
Tan F S C 
1990 
Centrifuge and theoretical modelling of conical footings on sand 
106. 
Nunez I L 
1989 
Centrifuge model tension piles in clay 
105. 
Stewart D I 
1989 
Groundwater effects on insitu walls in stiff clay 
104. 
Springman S M 
1989 
Lateral loading on piles due to simulated embankment construction 
103. 
Hensley P J 
1989 
Accelerated physical modelling of transport processes in soil 
102. 
Lau C K 
1988 
Scale effects in tests on footings 
101. 
Stone K J L 
1988 
Modelling of rupture development in soils 
100. 
Wilson J 
1988 
A theoretical experimental investigation into the dynamic behaviour of soils 
99. 
Dean E T R 
1988 
An isotropic transformation soil constitutive model with induced anisotropy in axial deformation events 
98. 
Shi Q 
1988 
Centrifugal modelling of surface footings subject to combined loading 
97. 
Poorooshasb F 
1988 
The dynamic embedment of a heat emitting projectile 
96. 
AlTabbaa A 
1987 
Permeability and stressstrain response of speswhite kaolin 
95. 
Venter K 
1987 
Modelling the response of sand to cyclic loads 
94. 
Phillips R 
1987 
Ground deformation in the vicinity of a trench heading 
93. 
Habibian A 
1987 
Seismic modelling of coastal dykes on layered sand foundations 
92. 
Powrie W 
1986 
The behaviour of diaphragm walls in clays 
91. 
Elmes D 
1986 
Creep and viscosity in two kaolin clays 
90. 
Simons H 
1986 
A theoretical study of pile driving 
89. 
Lee F H 
1985 
Centrifuge modelling of earthquake effects on sand embankments 
88. 
Steedman R S 
1984 
Modelling the behaviour of retaining walls in earthquakes 
87. 
Savvidou C 
1984 
Effects of a heat source in saturated clay 
86. 
Airey D 
1984 
Clays in circular simple shear apparatus 
85. 
Almeida M S S 
1984 
Stage constructed embankment on soft clays 
84. 
Taylor R N 
1984 
Ground movements associated with tunnels and trenches 
83. 
Mak K W 
1984 
Modelling the effects of a strip load behind rigid retaining walls 
82. 
Francescon M 
1983 
Model pile tests in clay 
81. 
Kutter B L 
1982 
Centrifugal modelling of the response of clay embankments to earthquakes 
80. 
Barton Y O 
1982 
Laterally loaded model piles in sand 
79. 
Kusakabe O 
1982 
Stability of excavation in soft clay 
78. 
Szalwinski C S 
1982 
Finite element modelling of kinematic history for particular media 
77. 
Sloan S W 
1982 
Numerical analysis of incompressible and plastic solids using finite elements 
76. 
Davies M C R 
1981 
Centrifuge modelling of embankments on clay foundations 
75. 
Clarke B G 
1981 
In situ testing of clays using the Cambridge self boring pressuremeter 
74. 
Houlsby G T 
1981 
A study of plasticity theories and their applicability to soils 
73. 
Clegg D 
1981 
Model piles in stiff clay 
72. 
Cousens T W 
1980 
The gravity flow of bulk solids in bunkers 
71. 
Fahey M 
1980 
A study of the pressuremeter test in dense sand 
70. 
Jewell R A 
1980 
Some effects of reinforcement on the mechanical behaviour of soils 
69. 
Seneviratne H N 
1979 
Deformations and pore pressure dissipation around tunnels in soft clay 
68. 
Mair R J 
1979 
Centrifugal modelling of tunnel construction in soft clay 
67. 
Williams D J 
1979 
The behaviour of model piles in dense sand 
66. 
Britto A M 
1979 
Thin walled buried pipes 
65. 
Budhu M 
1979 
Single shear deformations of sand 
64. 
Swain C W 
1979 
Piled foundations supporting a model offshore structure 
63. 
Morris D V 
1979 
The centrifugal modelling of dynamic behaviour 
62. 
Goodings D J 
1979 
Centrifugal modelling of slope failures 
61. 
Padfield C J 
1978 
The stability of river banks and flood embankments 
60. 
Cuckson J 
1978 
Shear zones and progressive failure in overconsolidated clay 
59. 
Larsen H 
1978 
Earth pressure around buried pipes 
58. 
Randolph M F 
1977 
A theoretical study of the performance of piles 
57. 
Foster G H 
1977 
The behaviour of clay in plane strain 
56. 
Potts D M 
1977 
Behaviour of lined and unlined tunnels in sand 
55. 
Smith A K C 
1977 
Experimental and computational investigation of model reinforced earth retaining walls 
54. 
Thompson S A 
1976 
Application of finite elements to plane strain deformation and consolidation of soils 
53. 
St John H D 
1976 
Field and theoretical studies of the behaviour of ground around deep excavations in London clay 
52. 
Orr T L L 
1976 
The behaviour of lined and unlined model tunnels in stiff clay 
51. 
Windle D 
1976 
In situ testing of soils with a selfboring pressuremeter 
50. 
Wind H G 
1976 
Interaction of sand and Lshaped walls in centrifuge models 
49. 
Swain A 
1976 
Model ground anchors in clay 
48. 
Wong K Y 
1976 
Microfabric changes during the deformation of clays 
47. 
Chan K C 
1975 
Stresses and strains induced in soft clay by a strip footing 
46. 
Wood D M 
1974 
Some aspects of the mechanical behaviour of kaolin under truly triaxial conditions of stress and strain 
45. 
Milligan G W E 
1974 
The behaviour of rigid and flexible retaining walls in sand 
44. 
Beasley D H 
1973 
Centrifugal testing of models of embankments on soft clay foundations 
43. 
Cairncross A M 
1973 
Deformations around model tunnels in stiff clay 
42. 
BlairFish P M 
1973 
Flow of sand in massflow bunkers 
41. 
Ajaz A 
1973 
The stress and strain behaviour of compacted clay in tension and compression 
40. 
Nadarajah V 
1973 
The stressstrain properties of lightly overconsolidated clay 
39. 
Simpson B 
1973 
Finite elements applied to problems of plane strain deformation of soils 
38. 
Amerasinghe S F 
1973 
The stressstrain behaviour of clay at low stress levels and high overconsolidation ratio. 
37. 
Sketchley C J 
1973 
Behaviour of kaolin in plane strain 
36. 
Borin D L 
1973 
The behaviour of saturated kaolin in the simple shear apparatus 
35. 
Dick S C 
1973 
A model earth pressure test rig for clay soils 
34. 
Hughes J M O 
1973 
An instrument for the in situ measurement of the properties of soft clays 
33. 
Smith I A A 
1972 
Stress and strain in a sand mass adjacent to a model wall 
32. 
Coupe P S 
1971 
Some effects of time on stress strain relationships for clays 
31. 
Stroud M A 
1971 
The behaviour of sand at low stress levels in the simple shear apparatus 
30. 
Endicott L J 
1971 
Centrifugal testing of soil models 
29. 
Pearce J A 
1970 
The behaviour of soft clay in a new true triaxial apparatus 
28. 
Tennekoon B L 
1970 
Stresses and strains induced by a strip footing on sand 
27. 
Hawley J A 
1970 
A unified theory for the onedimensional consolidation of saturated clays 
26. 
Tovey N K 
1970 
Electronmicroscopy of clays 
25. 
Avgherinos P J 
1970 
Centrifugal testing of models made of soil 
24. 
Lord J A 
1969 
Stresses and strain in an earth pressure problem 
23. 
Hambly E C 
1969 
Plane strain behaviour of soft clay 
22. 
Balasubramaniam A S 
1969 
Some factors influencing the stress strain behaviour of clay 
21. 
Bransby P L 
1968 
Stress and strain in sand caused by rotation of a model wall 
20. 
Ting W H 
1968 
Some effects of history on the stressstrain behaviour of kaolin 
19. 
Bassett R H 
1967 
The behaviour of granular materials in the simple shear apparatus 
18. 
Walker L K 
1967 
The deformation of clay as a timedependent process 
17. 
Smart P 
1967 
Soil structure, mechanical properties and electronmicroscopy 
16. 
Mitchell R J 
1967 
Applications of the critical state theories 
15. 
Loudon P A 
1967 
Some deformation characteristics of kaolin 
14. 
Coumoulos D G 
1967 
A radiographic study of soils 
13. 
Cole E R L 
1967 
Soils in the simple shear apparatus 
12. 
Burland J B 
1967 
Deformation of soft clay 
11. 
Walker A F 
1966 
Stress/strain relationships for clay 
10. 
Sirwan K Z 
1965 
Deformation of soil specimens 
9. 
James R G 
1965 
Stress and strain fields in sand 
8. 
O'Loughlin M W B 
1964 
Radiological examination of granular materials 
7. 
Thompson W J 
1962 
Some deformation characteristics of Cambridge gault clay 
6. 
Arthur J R F 
1962 
Strains and lateral force in sand 
5. 
Thurairajah A 
1961 
Some shear properties of kaolin and of sand 
4. 
Poorooshasb H 
1961 
The properties of soils and other granular media in simple shear 
3. 
Schofield A N 
1959 
The development of lateral force during the displacement of sand by the vertical face of a rotating model foundation 
2. 
Wroth C P B 
1958 
The behaviour of soils and other granular media when subjected to shear 
1. 
Wells A A 
1951 
Soil mechanics & tillage 