Konsensus Adli-İdari Soru. Bayi E-Posta. Imported Soil Mechanics books in English are usually expensive and aren't clearly understandable as much as my book. So, I decided to translate my book into English. This book is one-to-one English translation of my book. For example, I used "2nd Chapter" instead of "Chapter 2".
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Konsensus Adli-İdari Soru. Bayi E-Posta. Imported Soil Mechanics books in English are usually expensive and aren't clearly understandable as much as my book. So, I decided to translate my book into English. This book is one-to-one English translation of my book.
For example, I used "2nd Chapter" instead of "Chapter 2". Of course, I tried to use the most convenient English terms of Soil Mechanics. By the way, some corrections and improvements were done. As I said in the preface of the Turkish edition, this book teaches basic principles of Soil Mechanics. Every civil engineer meets soil, so he should have good knowledge of Soil Mechanics, because every structure sits on soil.
Civil engineering students find difficult learning Soil Mechanics. This book uses plenty of figures. To use plenty figures facilitates learning. As it is known a picture is worth of many pages of writings. On the other side, authors don't like to draw many figures, because drawing is a bit difficult affair. For design, there are design manuals. I am not assertive in English of this book. This is a trial and I believe there are many English wrongs and other wrongs in this book and these wrongs will be corrected in future editions by expecting that readers will report wrongs in this process.
Human being can't effectively detect his errors by himself and I don't have a controller at this moment, in advance, I thank to those reporting wrongs. Ostim Mahallesi
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. A series of tests were carried out with an eccentrically loaded model surface strip footing on un-reinforced and reinforced dense sand to investigate the behaviour of the footing decrease in ultimate load with increasing eccentricity, failure surfaces and load displacement relations. The experimental set-up used to run the tests consists of tank, model footing, sand and loading mechanism. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert.
Behaviour of the model surface strip footing on reinforced sand