Paper Title:
Mathematical Model for Shear Stress-Strain Relationship of Soil-Concrete Interface during Shear Fracture Process

Description of shear stress-strain relationship for soil-concrete interface during shear fracture process plays an important role in experimental and numerical studies of soil-structure interaction. In this paper, deficiency of traditional hyperbolic model for the shear stress-strain relationship is analyzed, firstly. Then, a new model with 3 parameters for it is established, which can overcome the deficiency of hyperbolic model. Finally, good agreements have been found between the proposed model and laboratory tests.

Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 348-349)
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W. Wang, T. H. Lu, B. X. Sun, "Mathematical Model for Shear Stress-Strain Relationship of Soil-Concrete Interface during Shear Fracture Process", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 348-349, pp. 881-884, Sep. 2007
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