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Naslov:Acta geotechnica Slovenica
Avtorji:Dolinar, Bojana (Glavni in odgovorni urednik)
Fakulteta za gradbeništvo, prometno inženirstvo in arhitekturo Univerze v Mariboru (Lastnik avtorskih pravic)
Datoteke:URL http://fgserver3.fg.um.si/journal-ags/
Jezik:Angleški jezik
Vrsta gradiva:Revija (dk_r)
Organizacija:FGPA - Fakulteta za gradbeništvo, prometno inženirstvo in arhitekturo
Opis:Acta geotechnica Slovenica aims to play an important role in publishing high-quality, theoretical papers from important and emerging areas that will have a lasting impact on fundamental and practical aspects of geomechanics and geotechnical engineering. Acta geotechnica Slovenica publishes papers from the following areas: soil and rock mechanics, engineering geology, environmental geotechnics, geosynthetic, geotechnical structures, numerical and analytical methods, computer modelling, optimization of geotechnical structures, field and laboratory testing. The journal is published twice a year.
Ključne besede:scientific journals, geomechanics, geotechnical engineering
Leto izida:2004
Založnik:Fakulteta za gradbeništvo, prometno inženirstvo in arhitekturo Univerze v Mariboru
COBISS_ID:215987712 Novo okno
Avtorske pravice:Fakulteta za gradbeništvo, prometno inženirstvo in arhitekturo Univerze v Mariboru
Število ogledov:1415
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Jezik:Slovenski jezik
Naslov:Acta geotechnica Slovenica
Opis:Namen revije Acta geotechnica Slovenica je objavljanje kakovostnih teoretičnih člankov z novih pomembnih področij geomehanike in geotehnike, ki bodo dolgoročno vplivali na temeljne in praktične vidike teh področij. Acta geotechnica Slovenica objavlja članke s področij: mehanika zemljin in kamnin, inženirska geologija, okoljna geotehnika, geosintetika, geotehnične konstrukcije, numerične in analitične metode, računalniško modeliranje, optimizacija geotehničnih konstrukcij, terenske in laboratorijske preiskave. Članki v reviji so recenzirani s strani priznanih mednarodnih strokovnjakov in zajeti v ustreznih bazah podatkov. Revija redno izhaja dvakrat letno.
Ključne besede:znanstvene revije, geomehanika, geotehnika


To gradivo je zbirka, ki zajema naslednja gradiva:
  1. Introduction
  2. Undrained shear strength of saturated cohesive soils depending on consolidation pressure and mineralogical properties
  3. Radon anomalies in soil gas caused by seismic activity
  4. Back analysis of time-dependet displacement at the Trojane tunnel construction
  5. Editorial
  6. Green's function for an elastic layer loaded harmonically on its surface
  7. Cyclic liquefaction potential of lacustrine carbonate from Julian Alps
  8. Development of a conceptual material model for structured materials - S_BRICK
  9. Suggestion about determination of the bearing capacity of piles on the basis of CPT sounding tests
  10. Editorial
  11. The anchored pile wall optimization using NLP approach
  12. The assesment of pile shaft resistance based on axial strain measurements during the loading test
  13. The analysis of permanent deformations of repeatedly loaded gravels from the Mura region
  14. New trends in rock mass characterisation for designing geotechnical structures
  15. Editorial
  16. Ground-sourced energy wells for heating and cooling of buildings
  17. Mean grain size as a function of spectral amplitude: a new regression law for marine sediment cores
  18. Analytical method for the analysis of stone-columns according to the Rowe dilatancy theory
  19. Interactional approach of cantilever pile walls analysis
  20. Editorial
  21. Innovative solution principles of wave problems in horizontaly layered medias
  22. Displacements in the exploratory tunnel ahead of the excavation face of Šentvid tunnel
  23. The influence of porosity on geomechanical characteristics of snail soil in the Ljubljana Marsh
  24. Methods for control of seepage in RCC dams with wathertight and drainage measures
  25. Editorial
  26. Probing ion dynamics in a clay-water system with dielectric spectroscopy
  27. Determination of passive earth pressure using three-dimensional failure mechanism
  28. Behaviour of the subway tunnel in Algiers
  29. The use of the mesh free methods (radial basis functions) in the modeling of radionuclide migration and moving boundery value problems
  30. Editorial
  31. Modeling of the stress-strain behavior in hard soils and soft rocks
  32. A 3D nonlinear dynamic analysis of a rock-fill dam based on IZIIS software
  33. The degree of deterioration of the tunnels of the Prague Metro based on a monitoring assessment
  34. The dynamic properties of the snail soil from the Ljubljana marsh
  35. Editorial
  36. Advances and uncertainties in the design of anchored retaining walls using numerical modelling
  37. The limit values and the distribution of three-dimensional passive earth pressures
  38. The response of saturated soils to a dynamic load
  39. Green's function for tangentialy loaded horizontaly layered half-space
  40. Editorial
  41. Non-linear finite-element modelling of room and pillar mine workings including the strain-softening behaviour of the rock mass
  42. Monitoring and analyses of seismic events at the Velenje coal mine
  43. Analysis of concentration and sedimentation of suspended load in the reservoirs
  44. Analyses of the suspended-load sedimentation process and its dynamics in reservoirs with high daily oscillations
  45. Improvements to the quality of underground water by introducing carbon dioxide
  46. Editorial
  47. Double diffusive natural convection in a horizontal porous layer with the boundary domain integral method
  48. Development and analysis of 3D geological/geomechanical models for pumped hydroelectric power plant Kozjak
  49. Optimization of the high safety pillars for the underground excavation of natural stone blocks
  50. The development of a “drive-in” filters dewatering system in the Velenje coal mine using finite-element modelling
  51. Prediction of the pile behaviour under dynamic loading using embedded strain sensor technology
  52. Editorial
  53. A laboratory characterization of soils and clay-bearing rocks using the Enslin-Neff water-adsorption test
  54. Influence of $K_0$ on the creep properties of marl
  55. A microtremor HVSR study of the seismic site effects in the area of the town of Brežice (SE Slovenia)
  56. Automatic S-phase arrival identification for local earthquakes
  57. Measurement and interpretation of the small strain stifness of Boštanj silty sand
  58. The geo-mechanics behaviour of soft marine silts under a nearshore rubble-mound breakwater
  59. Editorial
  60. Constitutive modeling and computer methods in geotechnical engineering
  61. An analysis of the geomechanical processes in coal mining using the Velenje mining method
  62. Effect of plasticity and normal stress on the undrained shear modulus of clayey soils
  63. Determination of Vs30 for seismic ground classification in the Ljubljana area, Slovenia
  64. Editorial
  65. Effect of the initial structure on the behaviour of Chlef sand
  66. How to test the reliability of instruments used in mirotremor horizontal-to-vertical spectral ratio measurements
  67. Load transfer and stress in a piled gravity retaining wall
  68. Passive earth pressure determination
  69. Approximate expressions for the Green's functions of a semi-infinite, elastic medium
  70. The behaviour of a two-componenet back-filling grout used in a tunnel-boring machine
  71. Detecting karstic zones during highway construction using ground-penetrating radar
  72. A coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical model of expansive clays subjected to heating and hydratation
  73. Influence of geosynthetic reinforcement on the shear strength characteristics of two-layer sub-grade
  74. Fuzzy-sets decision-support system for geotechnical site soundings
  75. Geo-information technology for disaster risk assessment
  76. Editorial
  77. Analysis of cracked slender-beams on Winkler's foundation using a simplified computational model
  78. Lateral resistance of a short rigid pile in a two-layer cohesionless soil
  79. Landslide assessment of the Strača basin (Croatia) using machine learning algorithms
  80. The stability of the excavation face of shallow civil and mining tunnels
  81. Influence of mould suction on the volume - change behaviour of compacted soils during inundation
  82. Editorial
  83. Lessons learnt from field tests in some potentially unstable slopes in Switzerland
  84. Yielding in the isotropic compression of Porto silty sand
  85. Shallow-landslide spatial structure interpretation using a multi-geophysical approach
  86. Numerical analysis of circular footings on natural clay stabilized with a granular fill
  87. A simplified approach to the settlement estimation of piled rafts
  88. Editorial
  89. Soil liquefaction in the Tone river basin during the 2011 earthquake off the Pacific coast of Tohoku
  90. A comparison between conventional triaxial and plane-strain compression on a particulate system using 3D DEM
  91. Numerical modeling of floating prefabricated vertical drains in layered soil
  92. A new solution for shallow and deep tunnels by considering the gravitational loads
  93. Probabilistic study of the phenomenon of crushed grains using the model of Weibull
  94. Zeolitization characteristics of fly ashes from wet- and dry- disposal systems
  95. Editorial
  96. The importance of tensile strength in geotechnical engineering
  97. An estimation of the passive pressure against integral bridge abutments considering arching effects
  98. Post-liquefaction volume change in micaceous sandy of Old Gediz River Delta
  99. Experimental and numerical studies of T-shaped footings
  100. Soil-nail wall stability analysis using ANFIS
  101. Editorial
  102. Atterberg limits in relation to other properties of fine-grained soils
  103. On the application of a mixed finite-element approach to beam-soil interaction
  104. Prediction of the compaction parameters for coarse-grained soils with fines content by MLA and GEP
  105. Evolutionary-based prediction of ε50 for the lateral load-displacement behavior of piles in clay
  106. Investigations to establish the influence of the thermal energy field on soil properties
  107. Editorial
  108. Time-dependent behaviour of reinforced cuts in weathered flysch rock masses
  109. Effects of ground granulated blast-furnace slag on the index and compaction parameters of clayey soils
  110. Settlement of weakly cemented tufas
  111. High safety pillars stability control using EL beam displacement sensors in Lipica II quarry
  112. Analytical solutions for one-dimensional consolidation in unsaturated soils considering the non-Darcy law of water flow
  113. Formation of meso- and micro-pores in fly-ash zeolites using a three-step activation
  114. Editorial
  115. Numerical simulation of the pile integrity test on defected piles
  116. Determination of the fabric alteration of marine clays
  117. Correlation between the point load index, $I_{s(50)}$, and the resistance to unconfined compression in limestone from the comunidad Valenciana, Spain
  118. Experimental research on variation of pore water pressure in constant rate of strain consolidation test
  119. Estimating piping potential in earth dams and levees using generalized neural networks
  120. Design optimization for symmetrical gravity retaining walls
  121. Editorial
  122. A three-dimensional static numerical model of a complex underground structure in high squeezing ground
  123. Influence of the virtual strain rate of noncohesive granular media on the discrete element method
  124. Implementation and verification of a geosynthetic-soil interface constitutive model in the Geogrid element of FLAC$^{3D}$
  125. Analysis of a dilatometer test in over-consolidated sediments, basin of the Duero river, Spain
  126. Relationship between the compressive and tensile strengths of lime-treated clay containing coconut fibres
  127. New computational models for better predictions of the soil-compression index
  128. Editorial
  129. Numerical simulation of intact rock behaviour via the continuum and Voronoi tesselletion models
  130. A stability assessment of coastal cliffs using digital imagery
  131. A new method for testing the anti-permeability strength of clay failure under a high water pressure
  132. Numerical modeling of the negative skin friction on single vertical and batter pile
  133. Reinforced piled embankment for a high-speed railway over soft soil
  134. The dry fraction of unsaturated soils
  135. Corrosion mechanisms for cemented soils in three different sulfate solutions
  136. Empirical correlation between the shear-wave velocity and the dynamic probing heavy test
  137. Evaluation of the plastic critical depth in seismic active lateral earth pressure problems using the stress-characteristics method
  138. Micro-scale responses of granular materials under different confining pressures using the discrete element method
  139. A fundamental study of the performance of X-section cast-in-place concrete single piles
  140. Performance of soilnailed and anchored walls based on fieldmonitoring data in different soil conditions in Istanbul
  141. A method for predicting the deformation of swelling clay soils and designing shallow foundations that are subjected to uplifting
  142. Use of a Perth sand penetrometer (PSP) device to determine the engineering parameters of sands
  143. Modeling of a geocell-reinforced pavement
  144. GNSS monitoring of geologically demanding areas
  145. A comparison of linear and nonlinear seismic tunnel-ground interaction analyses
  146. A practical method for the optimal design of continuous footing using ant-colony optimization
  147. Rheological properties of marine sediments from the port of Koper
  148. Evaluation of dynamic soil pressures acting on rigid culverts
  149. Effects of the particle shape and size of sands on the hydraulic conductivity
  150. Quality control for the construction of a tailings dam
  151. Assessments of the hydraulic conductivity for predicting the swelling characteristics of compacted expansive soils
  152. Determining the grain size distribution of granular soils using image analysis
  153. 3D response of an excavation adjacent to buildings supported by inclined struts
  154. Stress-dilatancy behavior of sand incorporating particle breakage
  155. Prediction of California Bearing Ratio (CBR) and Compaction Characteristics of granular soil
  156. Numerical study of the dynamic active lateral earth pressure coefficient of cohesive soils
  157. Impacts of different factors on seepage and land uplift due to compressed-air injection
  158. Critical setback distance for a footing resting on slopes
  159. Shear modulus of a saturated granular soil derived from resonant-column tests
  160. Engineering properties of tropical clay and bentonite modified with sawdust
  161. An unsaturated-soils approach to the bearing capacity of foundation structures
  162. A simplified approach to estimating the soil stress distribution due to a single pile
  163. Effects of particle characteristics on the shear strength of calcareous sand
  164. Shear modulus of clay-sand mixtures using bender element test
  165. A geostress measurement method based on an integrated drilling and optical microscopic imaging system
  166. Evaluation of the constriction size reduction of granular filters due to upstream cohesive base-soil erosion
  167. Effect of particle roundness and morphology on the shear failure mechanism of granular soil under strip footing
  168. A simplified method to analyze pile-supported and geosynthetic-reinforced embankments and the influence significance analysis of the design parameters
  169. Modified coefficient of subgrade reaction to laterally loaded piles
  170. A general analytical solution to the one-dimensional consolidation problem for unsaturated soil under various loading conditions


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