The Symposium on Laboratory Shear Testing of Soils, sponsored by ASTM Committee D18 on Soils for Engineering Purposes and the National Research Council of Canada, was held in four sessions from Sept. 9 to 11, 1963, in Ottawa, Canada. It was the second cooperative soils symposium held by Committee D18 outside of the United States. The first symposium was held in Mexico City in 1957.
Strength Testing of Soils
General Report on Theories
Shear Strength of Soil in a General Stress Field
Liam Finn W., Mittal H.
Difference in Triaxial and Plain Strain Shear Strength
Leussink H., Wittke W.
Creep Studies on Saturated Clays
Campanella R., Mitchell J.
An Evaluation of Test Data for Selecting a Yield Criterion for Soils
Roscoe K., Schofield A., Thurairajah A.
The Stress-Dilatancy Performance of Two Clays
Oates D., Rowe P., Skermer N.
Pore Pressure Functions in Saturated Soils
Void Ratio Effects on the Hyperbolic Stress-Strain Response of a Sand
Kondner R., Zelasko J.
A Graphical Approach to the Problem of the Stress-Strain Relationship of Normally Consolidated Clays
Poorooshasb H., Roscoe K.
Test Methods and New Equipment
Vienna Method of Shear Testing
Triax1al Testing with Large-Scale High Pressure Equipment
Gordon B., Hall E.
High-Pressure Triaxial Tests on a Compacted Sand and an Undisturbed Silt
Hirschfeld R., Poulos S.
The Strength of “Undisturbed” Clay Determined from Undrained Tests
Ladd C., Lambe T.
A Simple Pore Water Pressure Gage
Test Interpretation and Errors
Mitchell J., Seed H.
Influence of Placement Condition on Shear Test Results on Compacted Soil
Bazett D., Bell E.
Some Deficiencies in Testing Leda Clay
Coates D., McRostie G.
Paper ID: STP361-EB