SOIL MECHANICS AND DYNAMICSAcademic Year 2018/2019 - 2° Year
Credit Value: 6
Scientific field: ICAR/07 - Geotechnics
Taught classes: 28 hours
Exercise: 30 hours
Term / Semester: 2°
The course aims to provide advanced knowledge on the behavior of static and dynamic soil by physical, analytical and numerical modeling. Main constitutive models implemented and / or to be implemented in FEM, FDM (etc) codes are shown. The fundamentals for the study of the seismic local site response and liquefaction phenomena are also provided.
Frontal lessons also through Power Point presentations. Seminars in collaboration with geotechnical company and/or engineers. Exercises in the classroom.
Detailed Course Content
2. SOIL MECHANICS
Set equations for describing soil behaviour
Laboratory tests in static conditions
The constitutive law
3. SOIL DYNAMICS
Local site response
Laboratory tests in dynamic conditions
The constitutive law for soil dynamics
- A. Burghignoli (2018). "Meccanica delle Terre". Hevelius Edizioni, Benevento.
- T. Crespellani, J. Facciorusso (2010). "Dinamica dei terreni". Dario Flaccovio Editore.
- S.J. Kramer (1996). “Geotechnical Earthquake Enginnering”. Prentice Hall, New Jersey, USA.5.
- G. Lanzo, F. Silvestri (1999). "Risposta sismica locale". Hevelius, Italy.
- R. Nova (2002). “Fondamenti di meccanica delle terre”. McGraw-Hill, Milano, Italy.
- D. Muir Wood (2004). “Geotechnical modelling”. E & FN Spon.
Also national and international scientific papers are provided to the students.