Yuanqiang Cai mostly deals with Geotechnical engineering, Pore water pressure, Overburden pressure, Shear and Stress. His Geotechnical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Strain and Variance reduction. He interconnects Axial strain, Half-space, Slurry, Biot number and Equations of motion in the investigation of issues within Pore water pressure.
In his study, Cyclic stress ratio, Amplitude, Subgrade, Triaxial shear test and Lateral earth pressure is strongly linked to Stress field, which falls under the umbrella field of Overburden pressure. His research in Shear intersects with topics in Cyclic loading and Principal stress rotation. His Stress research includes themes of Stress space, Cyclic stress and Deformation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geotechnical engineering, Poromechanics, Biot number, Mechanics and Consolidation. The various areas that Yuanqiang Cai examines in his Geotechnical engineering study include Slurry, Stress and Shear. His study on Biot number also encompasses disciplines like
In Mechanics, Yuanqiang Cai works on issues like Geometry, which are connected to Integral equation. His Consolidation research incorporates elements of Vacuum pressure, Soil water, Model test and Nonlinear system. His work focuses on many connections between Half-space and other disciplines, such as Time domain, that overlap with his field of interest in Laplace transform.
His main research concerns Geotechnical engineering, Consolidation, Slurry, Deformation and Stress. His work on Soft clay is typically connected to Current practice as part of general Geotechnical engineering study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Consolidation research includes elements of Vacuum pressure, Finite element method, Applied mathematics and Nonlinear system.
His study looks at the relationship between Slurry and topics such as Soil water, which overlap with Compressed air, Vacuum consolidation, Hydraulic head and Permeability. His Deformation research integrates issues from Statistical physics, Monotonic function and Triaxial compression. Yuanqiang Cai combines subjects such as Bridge, Structural engineering and Iterative method with his study of Stress.
His primary areas of study are Geotechnical engineering, Slurry, Overburden pressure, Booster and Compressed air. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Failure mode and effects analysis and Bearing. His Slurry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Process engineering, Soil strength and Geosynthetics.
The concepts of his Overburden pressure study are interwoven with issues in Stress ratio, Stress path, Stress and Thermodynamics. His study in Stress is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cyclic loading, Variable and Void ratio. Yuanqiang Cai integrates several fields in his works, including Booster, Soil water, Vacuum consolidation, Consolidation, Hydraulic head and Permeability.
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Undrained deformation behavior of saturated soft clay under long-term cyclic loading
Lin Guo;Jun Wang;Yuanqiang Cai;Yuanqiang Cai;Hanlong Liu.
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (2013)
Improved Vacuum Preloading Method for Consolidation of Dredged Clay-Slurry Fill
Jun Wang;Yuanqiang Cai;Jianjun Ma;Jian Chu.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2016)
Strain and pore pressure development on soft marine clay in triaxial tests with a large number of cycles
Jun Wang;Lin Guo;Yuanqiang Cai;Yuanqiang Cai;Changjie Xu.
Ocean Engineering (2013)
Experimental tests on effect of deformed prefabricated vertical drains in dredged soil on consolidation via vacuum preloading
Yuanqiang Cai;Huanhuan Qiao;Jun Wang;Xueyu Geng.
Engineering Geology (2017)
Experimental study on the improvement of marine clay slurry by electroosmosis-vacuum preloading
Jun Wang;Jianjun Ma;Feiyu Liu;Wei Mi.
Geotextiles and Geomembranes (2016)
One-Way Cyclic Triaxial Behavior of Saturated Clay: Comparison between Constant and Variable Confining Pressure
Yuanqiang Cai;Yuanqiang Cai;Chuan Gu;Jun Wang;C. Hsein Juang.
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (2013)
Deformation characteristics of overconsolidated clay sheared under constant and variable confining pressure
Chuan Gu;Jun Wang;Yuanqiang Cai;Yuanqiang Cai;Lei Sun.
Soils and Foundations (2016)
Permanent deformation characteristics of saturated sand under cyclic loading
Yuanqiang Cai;Yuanqiang Cai;Qi Sun;Lin Guo;C. Hsein Juang.
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (2015)
Undrained cyclic triaxial behavior of saturated clays under variable confining pressure
Chuan Gu;Jun Wang;Yuanqiang Cai;Yuanqiang Cai;Zhongxuan Yang.
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (2012)
Steady state responses of poroelastic half-space soil medium to a moving rectangular load
Yuanqiang Cai;Yuanqiang Cai;Honglei Sun;Changjie Xu.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2007)
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