Appendix D: A Selected Bibliography on Geotechnical Reliability

TECHNICAL BOOKS AND JOURNALS

Baecher, G.B. 1979. Analyzing exploration strategies. Site Characterization and Exploration, C.H. Dowding, ed. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers.

Baecher, G.B. 1986. Geotechnical error analysis. Pp. 23–31 in Structure Foundations, Transportation Research Record 1105. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: Transportation Research Board.

Benson, C.H., and R.J. Charbeneau. 1991. Reliability Analysis for Time of Travel in Compacted Soil Liners. Pp. 456–467 in Geotechnical Engineering Congress 1991, Geotechnical Special Publication No. 27, American Society of Civil Engineers. New York: ASCE.

Bogardi, I., W.E. Kelly, and A. Bardossy. 1989. Reliability model for soil liner: Initial design. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 115(5): 658–669.

Bogardi, I., W.E. Kelly, and A. Bardossy. 1990. Reliability model for soil liner: Postconstruction>. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 116(10): 1502–1520.

Chowdhury, R., W.H. Tang , and I. Sidi. 1987. Reliability model of progressive slope failure. Geotechnique 37(4): 467–481.

Duncan, J.M.>, D.F. Javete, and T.D. Stark. 1991. The importance of a desiccated crust on clay settlements. Soils and Foundations 31(3): 73–90.

Einstein, H.H., D.A. Labreche, M.J. Markow, and G.B. Baecher. 1978. Decision analysis applied to rock tunnel exploration. Engineering Geology 12(2): 143–161.

Einstein, H.H., and G.B. Baecher. 1983. Probabilistic and statistical methods in engineering geology, Part I. Explorations. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 16(1): 39–72.



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Probabilistic Methods in Geotechnical Engineering Appendix D: A Selected Bibliography on Geotechnical Reliability TECHNICAL BOOKS AND JOURNALS Baecher, G.B. 1979. Analyzing exploration strategies. Site Characterization and Exploration, C.H. Dowding, ed. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers. Baecher, G.B. 1986. Geotechnical error analysis. Pp. 23–31 in Structure Foundations, Transportation Research Record 1105. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: Transportation Research Board. Benson, C.H., and R.J. Charbeneau. 1991. Reliability Analysis for Time of Travel in Compacted Soil Liners. Pp. 456–467 in Geotechnical Engineering Congress 1991, Geotechnical Special Publication No. 27, American Society of Civil Engineers. New York: ASCE. Bogardi, I., W.E. Kelly, and A. Bardossy. 1989. Reliability model for soil liner: Initial design. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 115(5): 658–669. Bogardi, I., W.E. Kelly, and A. Bardossy. 1990. Reliability model for soil liner: Postconstruction>. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 116(10): 1502–1520. Chowdhury, R., W.H. Tang , and I. Sidi. 1987. Reliability model of progressive slope failure. Geotechnique 37(4): 467–481. Duncan, J.M.>, D.F. Javete, and T.D. Stark. 1991. The importance of a desiccated crust on clay settlements. Soils and Foundations 31(3): 73–90. Einstein, H.H., D.A. Labreche, M.J. Markow, and G.B. Baecher. 1978. Decision analysis applied to rock tunnel exploration. Engineering Geology 12(2): 143–161. Einstein, H.H., and G.B. Baecher. 1983. Probabilistic and statistical methods in engineering geology, Part I. Explorations. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 16(1): 39–72.

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Probabilistic Methods in Geotechnical Engineering Fenton, G.A., and E.H. Vanmarcke. 1991. Spatial variation in liquefaction risk assessment. Pp. 594–607 in Geotechnical Engineering Congress, 1991, Campbell, D.A. and D.W. Harris, eds. American Society of Civil Engineers, Geotechnical Special Publication No. 27, Vol. I. New York: ASCE. Folayan, J.I., K. Hoeg, and J.R. Benjamin. 1970>. Decision theory applied to settlement predictions. Journal of Soil Mechanics and Foundations Division, American Society of Civil Engineers 96(SM4): 1127–1141. Freeze, R.A., J. Massmann , L. Smith, T. Sperling, and B. James. 1990. Hydrogeological decision analysis: 1. A framework. Ground Water 28(5): 738–766. Griffiths, D.V., and G.A. Fenton. 1993. Seepage beneath water retaining structures founded on spatially random soil. Geotechnique 43(4): 577–587. Haldar, A., and W.H. Tang. 1979. A probabilistic evaluation of liquefaction potential. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 105(GT2): 145–163. Halim, I.S., and W.H. Tang. 1990. Bayesian method for characterization of geological anomaly. Pp. 585–594 in Proceedings of The First International Symposium on Uncertainty Modeling and Analysis, '90 (ISUMA). Los Alamitos, California: IEEE-Computer Society Press. Hoeg, K., and R.P. Muraka. 1974. Probabilistic analysis and design of a retaining wall. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 100(GT3): 349–366. Leonards, G.A. 1982. Investigation of failures. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 108(GT2):185–246. Lumb, P. 1974. Application of statistics in soil mechanics. Pp. 44–112 in Soil Mechanics: New Horizons, I.K. Lee, ed. London: Newnes-Butterworth. Matsuo, M. and A. Asaoka. 1982. Bayesian calibration of embankment safety under earthquake loading . Structural Safety 2(1):53–65. Meyerhof, G.G. 1976. Concepts of safety in foundation engineering ashore and offshore. Pp. 501–515 in Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on the Behavior of Offshore Structures, Trondheim, Norway, Vol. 1. National Research Council. 1982. Risk and Decision Making; Perspectives and Research. Committee on Risk and Decision Making, NRC. National Academy Press: Washington, D.C.

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Probabilistic Methods in Geotechnical Engineering Peck, R.B. 1969. Advantages and limitations of the observational method in applied soil mechanics. Geotechnique 19>(2): 171–187. Peck, R.B. 1980. Where has all the judgement gone? Canadian Geotechnical Journal 17: 584–590. Phoon, K.K., S.T. Quek, Y.K. Chow, and S.L. Lee. 1990. Reliability analysis of pile settlement. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering>, American Society of Civil Engineers 116(11): 1717–1735. Tang, W.H., M.S. Yucemen, and A.H.-S. Ang. 1976. Probability-based short term design of soil slopes. Canadian Geotechnical Journal 13: 201–215. Tang, W.H. 1993. Recent developments in geotechnical reliability. Pp. 3–28 in Probabilistic Methods in Geotechnical Engineering, K.S. Li and S-C.R. Lo, eds. Rotterdam: A.A. Balkema. Vanmarcke, E.H. 1976. Reliability of earth slopes. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 103(11): 1247–1265 . Vanmarcke, E.H. 1983. Random Fields: Analysis and Synthesis. Cambridge, Massachusetts: M.I.T. Press. Vanmarcke, E.H. 1989. Reliability in foundation engineering practice. Pp. 1658–1669 in Foundation Engineering: Current Principles and Practices>, F.H. Kulhawy, ed. New York: ASCE. Vick, S.G. 1992. Risk in geotechnical practice. Geotechnical News 10: 55–57. Wu, T.H. 1974. Uncertainty, safety and decision in civil engineering. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 100(GT3): 329–348. Wu, T.H. 1989. Variability of geological materials. Pp. 221–239 in the Art and Science of Geotechnical Engineering at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century, ed. by E. J. Cording et al., eds. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. Yegian, M.K., and R.V. Whitman. 1978. Risk analysis for ground failure by liquefaction. Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers 104(GT7): 921–938.

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