The Case Histories Journal is an International Society on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE), peer-reviewed journal on the geotechnical engineering practice with a focus on careful documentation of case histories and emphasis on observations and data collected during and after project construction and field performance of infrastructure. Papers are reviewed by a distinguished international Editorial Board and a selected number of reviewers. All papers published in the journal are available in open access and are accompanied by electronic data for better documentation of each case history and are positioned geospatially in a map.
Individual papers are listed below and the full issue can be found online.
|40 Years of Full-scale Infrastructure Testing at a National Geotechnical Experimentation Site: Clay Site||Jean-Louis Briaud|
|40 Years of Full-Scale Infrastructure Testing at a National Geotechnical Experimentation Site: Sand Site||Jean-Louis Briaud|
|Asynchronous Mobilization of Shear Resistance in Slope Failures||Elena Zabolotnii, Norbert Ruebin Morgenstern, Gordon Ward Wilson|
|Liquefaction Ejecta Case Histories for 2010-11 Canterbury Earthquakes||Zorana Mijic, Jonathan D. Bray, Sjoerd van Ballegooy|