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G. embankments), irregularly shaped and/or deflecting (yielding) soil-structure interfaces, etc. Compaction loading is realistically considered as a transient moving surficial load of finite lateral extent which may pass over either the full surface of a given fill layer, or over specific areas only. Several case studies are presented in which analytical results are compared with field measurements in order to verify the accuracy and usefulness of the models and analytical methods Finite element analysis of compaction problems 49 proposed.
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