The Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering

The inaugural volume of the Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering includes the following State of the Art and invited papers authored by leaders in the profession.

The papers in this volume are compressed into ZIP files; after downloading the files to your computer, you need to UNZIP them.

Table of Contents

Premiere Volume
(Volume 1, 1996)

Paper availableCentrifuge Modelling of Contaminant Transport Processes

    by Patricia J. Culligan MIT, Boston, MA, USA
    C. Savvidou Cambridge University, England, and
    Andrew Barry University of Western Australia

Paper availableGeofoam Geosynthetic: Past, Present, and Future

    by John S. Horvath
    Manhattan College, Bronx, NY, USA

Paper availableHigh-Temperature Plasma Vitrification of Geomaterials

    by Paul W. Mayne, and James Beaver Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA

Paper availableArtificial Intelligence Applications in Geotechnical Engineering

    by David Geoffrey Toll
    University of Durham, Durham, UK

Paper availableA Family of Nonlinear Failure Envelopes

    by Milan Maksimovic
    University of Belgrad, Yugoslavia

Paper availableGeotechnical Software Review

    by Tim Spink
    Geotechnical and Geo-environmental Software Directory, UK

Paper availableDiscrete Element Analysis and Granular Vortex Formation

    by John R. Williams, Rory O'Connor, and Nabha Rege
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, USA

Paper availableConstitutive Relations for Soil Materials

    by Jean H. Prevost and Radu Popescu
    Princeton University, NJ, USA

Paper available Field validation of a computer model for forecasting mean weekly in situ moisture condition value

    by I. G. N. Smith, J. Oliphant, and S. G. Wallis
    Napier University, Edinburgh, and Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK

Paper available Electro-Chemical Technologies for In-situ Restoration of
Contaminated Subsurface Soils

    by Sibel Pamukcu
    Lehigh University, PA, USA

Paper available Subsurface Hydrologic Regime and Estimation of Diffuse Soil Water Flux in a Semi Arid Region

    by Bhaskar Joshi and Charles Maule
    Department of Agricultural & Bioresource Engineering
    E. De Jong Department of Soil Science
    University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon S7N5A9, Canada

Paper availableGeotechnical Problems in the Holy Land - Then and Now

    by Sam Frydman
    Geotechnology and Mineral Engineering, Technion, Haifa, Israel

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