Temperature-dependent internal friction of clay in a cylindrical heat source problem

@inproceedings{Hueckel2011TemperaturedependentIF,
  title={Temperature-dependent internal friction of clay in a cylindrical heat source problem},
  author={Tomasz Hueckel},
  year={2011}
}
The effect of the temperature dependence of the internal friction angle is studied in a boundary value problem simulating the impact of a cylindrical heat source on the soil mass in which it is embedded. This follows a previous study which shows that such temperature dependence may substantially affect the interpretation of thermal failure in laboratory experiments. Even if the thermal increase of the internal friction is quite modest (less than 20% in terms of the critical state parameter, M… CONTINUE READING

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