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Finite element analysis of creep problems in soil mechanics
Application of the finite element method of stress analysis to problems in soil mechanics has enabled the engineer to gain much information on the deformations and stresses in earth structures under the assumption that the properties of soil are independent of time. However, both laboratory studies and field observations indicate that time is a very important factor in the behaviour of cohesive soils. The finite element method is extended to deal with typical problems in soil mechanics in whichdoi:10.14288/1.0050546 fatcat:l5oegzjdtff7za4tmrqqp7q3he