Bolton, MD (1985) DEVELOPMENT OF MULTI-ANCHOR EARTH RETENTION SYSTEMS. pp. 253-269.Full text not available from this repository.
This paper discusses two projects, the first relating to tests on 'reinforced earth' conducted on the 1. 5 m radius centrifuge at U. M. I. S. T. , and the second concerning a short pilot study on the T. R. R. L. concept of 'anchored earth' carried out on the 5 m radius Cambridge Geotechnical Centrifuge. The principal objective of the paper is to introduce evidence which demonstrates that failure mechanisms of novel forms of construction are often difficult to predict analytically; are relatively easy to create and observe in centrifuge models; are often easy to match retrospectively against an elementary theoretical model. The paper closes by proposing a role for centrifugal model testing in design evaluation, whether by the designer himself, his certification authority, a rival patent holder, or a research worker. Refs.
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