E3S Web Conf.
Volume 92, 20197th International Symposium on Deformation Characteristics of Geomaterials (IS-Glasgow 2019)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Geomaterial Behaviour: Compressibility and Time-dependency|
|Published online||25 June 2019|
Effects of loading rate on strength and deformation characteristics of gypsum mixed sand
The University of Tokyo, Department of Civil Engineering, 113-8654 Tokyo, Japan
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
It has been unanimously acknowledged that the strength and deformation characteristics of bounded geomaterials, viz. cemented soils and natural rocks, are predominantly governed by the rate of loading/deformation. Rational evaluation of these time-dependent characteristics due to viscosity and ageing are vital for the reliable constitutive modelling. In order to study the effects of ageing and loading/strain rate (viscosity) on the behaviour of bounded geomaterials, a number of unconfined monotonic loading tests were performed on Gypsum Mixed Sand (GMS) specimens at a wide range of axial strain rates; ranging from 1.9E-05 to 5.3E+00 %/min (27,000 folds), and at different curing periods. The results indicate shifts in the viscous behaviour of GMS at critical strain rates of 2.0E-03 and 5.0E-01 %/min. In the light of this finding, the results are categorized into three discrete zones of strain rates, and the behaviour of GMS in each of these zones is discussed. A significant dependency of peak strength and stress-strain responses on strain rate was witnessed for specimens subjected to strain rates lesser than 2.0E-03 %/min, and the effects of viscosity/strain rate was found to be insignificant at strain rate higher than 5.0E-01%/min.
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