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Abstract Progressive urban development of the human environment requires new methods of rain water treatment. Recently, there has been a growing interest in the improvement of gravitational suspension separation, and especially in the application of the centrifugal force. This important factor...
Abstract An incremental model is proposed to describe pre-failure behaviour of granular soils in plane strain conditions. The model has been derived from an approach applied in the analysis of triaxial tests. We have applied the methods of tensor algebra to transfer our triaxial results to a 2D...
Abstract A two-dimensional numerical model was used for a simulation of vertical average longshore currents generated by both wind friction and wind-wave action in the nearshore zone. The modelling domain includes the southern part of the Baltic Proper (all boundaries were closed). Wind, uniform...
Abstract Today, intensive urban development calls for new technologies in the field of environmental engineering. Extensive infrastructure requires more roads and motorways, as well as larger areas covered with concrete, which altogether leads to greater volumes ofwater creating surface run-off....
Abstract The article concentrates on the identification of geotechnical parameters of alluvial soil represented by silts found near Poznan and Elblag. Strength and deformation parameters of the subsoil tested were identified by the CPTU (static penetration) and SDMT (dilatometric) methods, as...
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