- TRADITIONAL AND ADVANCED PROBABILISTIC SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS
- A SLOPE STABILITY RELIABILITY MODEL Gordon A. Fenton
- Statistics of Level Excursions and Extrema 6.1 Introduction
- 1. Abrahamson, N.A. and Bolt, B.A., The Spatial Variation of the Phasing of Seis mic Strong Ground Motion, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America,
- Reliability of Shallow Foundations Designed Against Bearing Failure Using LRFD
- Local Average Subdivision 4.1 Introduction
- Simulation and Analysis of Random Fields by Gordon A. Fenton
- Fenton 369 Reliability Analysis of a Strip Footing Designed Against Settlement
- Spectral Analysis of OneDimensional LAS Processes B.1 Spectral Analysis
- Undrained Bearing Capacity of Two-Strip Footings on Spatially Random Soil
- Moving Average and Turning Bands Methods 3.1 Introduction
- CONDITIONAL SIMULATION OF SPATIALLY CORRELATED EARTHQUAKE GROUND MOTION
- Resistance Factors for Settlement Design by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Reliability of Traditional Retaining Wall Design by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Three-Dimensional Probabilistic Foundation Settlement by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Closure to Discussion by R. Popescu on Bearing Capacity Prediction of Spatially Random Soils
- Bearing Capacity Prediction of Spatially Random Soils Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 40(1), 5465, Feb 2003
- SPATIAL VARIATION IN LIQUEFACTION RISK Gordon A. Fenton1
- A Mesh Deformation Algorithm for Free Surface Problems by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Extreme Hydraulic Gradient Statistics in a Stochastic Earth Dam
- Simulation of Random Fields via Local Average Subdivision "!#%$&('")10324#56$&78$@9A0B 1
- Probabilistic Analysis of Foundation Settlement by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Simulation and Analysis of Random Fields by Gordon A. Fenton
- Moving Average and Turning Bands Methods 3.1 Introduction
- Local Average Subdivision 4.1 Introduction
- Soil Liquefaction Study 7.1 Introduction
- !" # and $ %'&( $ ) #, The Spatial Variation of the Phasing of Seis-mic Strong Ground Motion, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America,
- Space-Time Processes 5.1 Introduction
- Conclusions and Recommendations Concerning existing simulation techniques, which are evaluated in Chapters 2 and 3,
- Reliability of site investigations using different reduction techniques for foundation design
- Some Additional Results for Multi-Dimensional FFT Simulation A.1 2-D Covariance Formulation
- ASCE Specialty Conference on Probabilistic Mechanics and Structural Reliability PMC2000-097 Bearing Capacity of Spatially Random Soils
- Probabilistic slope stability analysis by finite elements D.V. Griffiths*
- ESTIMATION FOR STOCHASTIC SOIL MODELS by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Some Additional Results for MultiDimensional FFT Simulation A.1 2D Covariance Formulation
- Random Field Characterization of NGES Data by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Probabilistic settlement analysis of rectangular footings L'analyse de rglement de probabilistic de fondations rectangulaires
- Flow Through Earth Dams with Spatially Random Permeability by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Seepage beneath water retaining structures founded on spatially random soil
- Conclusions and Recommendations Concerning existing simulation techniques, which are evaluated in Chapters 2 and 3,
- Introduction 1.1 General
- Reliability of Passive Earth Pressure D.V. Griffiths, Professor, Division of Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, Golden Colorado,
- A Random Field Excursion Model of Salt Induced Concrete Delamination
- Spectral Analysis of One-Dimensional LAS Processes B.1 Spectral Analysis
- Probabilistic passive earth pressure analysis by the Random Finite Element Method
- RANDOM FIELD MODELING OF CPT DATA by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Load and Resistance Factor Design of Shallow Foundations Against Bearing Failure
- Bearing Capacity of Rough Rigid Strip Footing on Cohesive Soil: Probabilistic Study
- SpaceTime Processes 5.1 Introduction
- Introduction 1.1 General
- Soil Liquefaction Study 7.1 Introduction
- Statistics of Free Surface Flow Through a Stochastic Earth Dam by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Fourier Transform Techniques 2.1 One-Dimensional Processes
- ASSESSMENT OF FRACTAL BEHAVIOR OF SOILS Mark B. Jaksa, Senior Lecturer
- Fourier Transform Techniques 2.1 OneDimensional Processes
- Bearing Capacity of Spatially Random Soils Gordon A. Fenton
- Error Evaluation of Three Random Field Generators by Gordon A. Fenton1
- Statistics of Level Excursions and Extrema 6.1 Introduction
- Probabilistic Foundation Settlement on a Spatially Random Soil ASCE J. Geotech. & Geoenv. Engrg., 128(5), 381390, 2002
- Bearing capacity of spatially random soil: The undrained clay Prandtl problem revisited