Volume 49, Number 4

Australian Geomechanics Journal
Volume 49, Number 4

December 2014

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In this issue

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Cover

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Contents

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Introduction to the 'CGSE Special Issue' of Australian Geomechanics

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Advancing Australia's facilities for physical modelling in geotechnics

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In situ testing at the National Soft Soil Field Testing Facility, Ballina, New South Wales

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Sampling and laboratory testing of Ballina Clay

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Spacial variability of the soil at the Ballina National Field Test Facility

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Experimental and numerical investigation of rate and softening effects on the undrained shear strength of Ballina Clay

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Advances in offshore and onshore anchoring solutions

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Analysis of installation forces for helical piles in clay

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Frontiers in deepwater geotechnics: Optimising geotechnical design of subsea foundations

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Use of shock mats for enhanced stability of railroad track foundation

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Effect of ballast contamination on the behaviour of track substructure

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Assessment of the post-compaction characteristics of a silty sand

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Dynamic embedment of projectiles in clay

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Modelling ploughing and cutting processes in soils

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Ocean-structure-seabed interaction: O-tube modelling of pipeline stability

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Large strain coupled analysis of geotechnical problems using high-order elements

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DEM modelling of methane hydrate bearing sand

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Soft clay properties for non-Darcian radial drainage with vacuum preloading, based on Rowe cell testing

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Use of Bayesian statistics with the observational method

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Reply to discussion on paper 'Engineering design and earthworks aspects related to basaltic clays in Victoria'