Open Access
E3S Web Conf.
Volume 9, 2016
3rd European Conference on Unsaturated Soils – “E-UNSAT 2016”
Article Number 16003
Number of page(s) 6
Section Water Transport Properties
Published online 12 September 2016
  1. S.J. Wheeler, D. Karube, State of the art report: constitutive modeling, in Proc. 1st Int. Conf. on Unsat. Soils, Paris pp. 1323–1356, (1995).
  2. R. Vassallo, C. Mancuso, Soil behavior in the small and the large strain range under controlled suction conditions, in Int. Wksp on Unsat. Soils-Trento, Italy, pp. 10–12, (2000).
  3. S.J. Wheeler, Constitutive modelling of unsaturated soils, in 4th Int. Conf. on Unsat. Soils, Arizona, USA, (2006).
  4. E. Romero, J. Vaunat, Retention curves of deformable clays. In: A. Tarantino, C. Mancuso (Eds.), Exp. Evid. and Theo. App. in Unsat. Soils, Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 91–106, (2000).
  5. D. Gallipoli, S.J. Wheeler, and M. Karstunen, Modelling the variation of degree of saturation in a deformable unsaturated soil. Ge’ot. J., 53(1): pp 105–112, (2003).
  6. M. Nuth, L. Laloui, Advances in modelling hysteretic water retention curve in deformable soils. Comp. and Geots. J., 35(6), pp. 835–844, (2008).
  7. B.J. Shwan, C. C. Smith, Increase of the shear strength parameters for unsaturated sand. Ge’ot. J., (2016), (to be published).
  8. B.J. Shwan, C. C. Smith, Effect of dilation on the degree of saturation at during shear. Ge’ot. J., 2016 (to be published).
  9. S.J. Wheeler, R.S. Sharma, and M.S.R. Buisson, Coupling of hydrulic hysteresis and stress-strain behaviour in unsaturated soils. Ge’ot. J., 53(1), pp 41–54, (2003).
  10. R.A. Fisher, On the capillary forces in an ideal soil. Agric. Scie. J., 16: pp 492–505, (1926).
  11. E.C. Childs, An introduction to the physical basis of soil water phenomena. London/; Wiley-Interscience, (1969).