Priority Research Centre for

Dr Wojciech Solowski

Selected publications are available for download in PDF format below.

Journal Papers

  1. Solowski WT, Hofmann M, Hofstetter G, Sheng D, Sloan SW (2012) A comparative study of stress integration methods for the Barcelona Basic Model, Computers & Geotechnics 44:22-33. (PDF 437 KB)
  2. Solowski WT, Sloan SW (2012) Equivalent stress approach in modelling unsaturated soils. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods is Geomechanics. 36:1667–1681 DOI:10.1016/j.compgeo.2012.03.007. (PDF 247KB)
  3. Solowski WT, Gallipoli D (2010) Explicit stress integration with error control for the Barcelona Basic Model Part I: Algorithms formulations. Computers and Geotechnics, 37(1-2), 59-67. (PDF 267KB)
  4. Solowski WT, Gallipoli D (2010) Explicit stress integration with error control for the Barcelona Basic Model Part II: Algorithms efficiency and accuracy. Computers and Geotechnics, 37(1-2), 68-81. (PDF 1.5MB)
  5. Solowski WT (2008) Unsaturated Soils: constitutive modelling and explicit stress integration. PhD Thesis, Durham University, UK (PDF 4745KB)

Conference Papers

  1. Solowski WT, Gallipoli D (2006) A stress-strain integration algorithm for unsaturated soil elastoplasticity with automatic error control. In: Numerical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering – Schweiger (ed.). Proceedings of the 6th European conference on numerical methods in geotechnical engineering, Graz, Austria, 6–8 September 2006. pp. 113-119. London: Taylor & Francis. (PDF 793KB)
  2. Solowski WT, Gallipoli D (2007) Numerical integration of elasto-plastic constitutive models using the extrapolation method. In: Proceedings of the NUMOG X conference. Rhodes (Pande Pietruszczak Eds). Greece, 25-27 April 2007. pp. 211-217. London: Taylor & Francis. (PDF 1975KB)
  3. Solowski WT, Crouch RS, Gallipoli D (2008) A multi-cell extension to the Barcelona Basic Model. Proceedings of First European Conference on Unsaturated Soils E-UNSAT 2008 (Toll , Augarde, Gallipoli, Wheeler Eds.), Durham, 2-4 July 2008. pp. 727-733. London:Taylor & Francis. (PDF 319KB)

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