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Modeling the contractive behavior of soft clay in a heating test

Unlike other geomaterials, soft clay can paradoxically contract upon heating. This phenomenon is termed the "volumetric contraction of soft clay due to heating."
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(Nagoya Institute of Technology) Scientists at the Nagoya Institute of Technology illustrated using numerical simulation that a well-organized thermo-elastoplastic model can accurately explain the volumetric contraction of soft clay...

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