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  • Thermo-hydro-mechanical analysis for the simulation of rapid sliding process in a new and fast ring shear prototype

     Serri, Victor; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Alonso Pérez de Agreda, Eduardo
    Italian Journal of Engineering Geology and Environment
    num. 13, p. 193-199
    DOI: 10.4408/IJEGE.2013-06.B-16
    Date of publication: 2013
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    Vajont was a case of an extremely fast landslide and efforts to clarify the failure have been mainly concentrated in providing a consistent explanation taking into account this characteristic feature. Particularly in the case of Vajont landslide, attention has been essentially focused on the shearing properties of the sliding surface. An accepted explanation for the velocity reached is the thermo-hydraulic-mechanical coupling under saturated conditions, which induces thermal dilation and effective stress reduction due to pore pressure build-up. Nevertheless, lack of in situ and experimental information has become one of the main drawbacks when trying to explain these coupled processes. In situ information is difficult to obtain since temperature and pore pressure development during these fast processes are impossible of being measured. To overcome this limitation, a new fast sliding prototype -emulating a ring shear apparatus- has been recently developed at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain). This prototype can reach relatively high speeds along the sliding surface (up to 30 km/h) under relatively high total vertical stresses (up to 3 MPa). Temperature and pore pressure changes can be locally measured with miniature transducers located close to the shear band. The design of this complex prototype requires the use of simulation-aided techniques, to help with the interpretation of the coupled processes, as well as to estimate the maximum temperature and pore pressure changes. A thermo-hydro-mechanical formulation, applied to the ring shear test, is proposed in the paper to study pore water pressure build up and dissipation in a sliding surface being heated by the frictional work induced by the motion. Particularly, the proposed model is applied to simulate the evolution of the shear strength along the sliding surface during a fast sliding process.

  • Thermo-hydro-mechanical analysis of rapid sliding process in a new and fast ring shear prototype

     Serri, Victor; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Alonso Pérez de Agreda, Eduardo
    International Conference on Landslides' Risk
    p. 165-173
    Presentation's date: 2013-03
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    A new experimental apparatus -emulating the annular shape of the ring shear- has been designed and developed at the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya to study fast sliding processes promoted by heat induced friction. This mechanism, which involves pore water pressu regeneration and dissipation in the shear band being heated by the frictional work of the sliding motion, has been an accepted explanation for the high velocity reached in the case of Vajont landslide. Nevertheless, lack of in situ and experimental information has become one of the main drawbacks when trying to explain these coupled processes . The prototype, which incorporates electronic control of torque and speed to emulate force and displacement control conditions, can reach high velocity along the sliding surface (up to 30 km/h and of the order of magnitude of the Vajont case) under relatively high total vertical stresses (up to 3 MPa). The design of this complex prototype and the selection of transducers require the use of simulation-aided techniq ues to help with the interpretation of these coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical processes. The paper presents the coupled formulation, the numerical solution adopted and the simplified geometry used for the equipment, as well as selected results of the pore pressure, temperature and shear strength evolutions along the sliding surface of a synthetic fast sliding test. These results are used to better know the location, range, sensitivity and fast response required for the temperature and pore pressure transducers, which are located close to the sliding surface.

    A new experimental apparatus -emulating the annular shape of the ring shear- has been designed and developed at the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya to study fast sliding processes promoted by heat induced friction. This mechanism, which involves pore water pressu regeneration and dissipation in the shear band being heated by the frictional work of the sliding motion, has been an accepted explanation for the high velocity reached in the case of Vajont landslide. Nevertheless, lack of in situ and experimental information has become one of the main drawbacks when trying to explain these coupled processes . The prototype, which incorporates electronic control of torque and speed to emulate force and displacement control conditions, can reach high velocity along the sliding surface (up to 30 km/h and of the order of magnitude of the Vajont case) under relatively high total vertical stresses (up to 3 MPa). The design of this complex prototype and the selection of transducers require the use of simulation-aided techniq ues to help with the interpretation of these coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical processes. The paper presents the coupled formulation, the numerical solution adopted and the simplified geometry used for the equipment, as well as selected results of the pore pressure, temperature and shear strength evolutions along the sliding surface of a synthetic fast sliding test. These results are used to better know the location, range, sensitivity and fast response required for the temperature and pore pressure transducers, which are located close to the sliding surface.

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    Análisis de procesos termo-hidro-mecánicos en deslizamientos rápidos en un nuevo equipo de corte anular rápido  Open access

     Serri, Victor; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Alonso Pérez de Agreda, Eduardo
    Simposio Nacional sobre Taludes y Laderas Inestables
    p. 1157-1166
    Presentation's date: 2013-06
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    Se ha desarrollado un nuevo corte anular para estudiar deslizamientos rápidos donde se induzca calentamiento por fricción. La generación de presiones intersticiales en la banda de corte calentada por el trabajo friccional del movimiento se ha aceptado como una explicación para las velocidades alcanzadas en deslizamientos rápidos. La falta de datos experimentales ha sido un inconveniente para analizar estos procesos acoplados. El prototipo, que incorpora un control electrónico del par impuesto y de la velocidad, puede alcanzar velocidades de deslizamiento elevadas (hasta 30 km/h) bajo tensiones vertical es relativamente grandes (hasta 3MPa). El diseño del prototipo y la selección de los transductores requieren de modelaciones numéricas previas para predecir la magnitud de las variables a medir. Esta publicación presenta una formulación acoplada, su solución numérica con una geometría simplificada para el equipo y los resultados obtenidos para la modelación de la presión de poros, temperatura y fuerza de corte.

    En Junio de 2013 tiene lugar en Palma de Mallorca el VIII Simposio Nacional sobre Taludes y Laderas Inestables. Este Simposio se ha consolidado como un foro independiente, abierto y pluridisciplinar, con el objeto de difundir los conocimientos entre los miembros de las comunidades técnica y académica, entre los investigadores, presentar los avances recientes y fomentar la discusión entre técnicos y científicos que trabajan en este apasionante campo. En los últimos años, especialmente desde finales de 2008, se han producido en la Isla de Mallorca diversos desprendimientos y deslizamientos que han llamado poderosamente la atención por su número y dimensiones. El debate sobre la causa de esta anómala concentración de eventos, incluyendo la influencia del cambio climático, sigue abierto a día de hoy. La edición 2013 es una excelente oportunidad para conocer de primera mano los detalles de estos eventos, los reconocimientos y soluciones adoptadas, así como las enseñanzas extraídas. Como en anteriores ocasiones, el Simposio tiene además por objetivo la presentación y discusión de los progresos realizados en los diversos ámbitos temáticos.

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    Thermo-hydro-mechanical analysis for the simulation of rapid sliding process in a new and fast ring shear prototype  Open access

     Serri, Victor; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Alonso Pérez de Agreda, Eduardo
    International Conference on Vajont - 1963-2013
    p. 193-199
    DOI: 10.4408/IJEGE.2013-06.B-16
    Presentation's date: 2013-10-09
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    Vajont was a case of an extremely fast landslide and efforts to clarify the failure have been mainly concentrated in providing a consistent explanation taking into account this characteristic feature. Particularly in the case of Vajont landslide, attention has been essentially focused on the shearing properties of the sliding surface. An accepted explanation for the velocity reached is the thermo-hydraulic-mechanical coupling under saturated conditions, which induces thermal dilation and effective stress reduction due to pore pressure build-up. Nevertheless, lack of in situ and experimental information has become one of the main drawbacks when trying to explain these coupled processes. In situ information is difficult to obtain since temperature and pore pressure development during these fast processes are impossible of being measured. To overcome this limitation, a new fast sliding prototype -emulating a ring shear apparatus- has been recently developed at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain). This prototype can reach relatively high speeds along the sliding surface (up to 30 km/h) under relatively high total vertical stresses (up to 3 MPa). Temperature and pore pressure changes can be locally measured with miniature transducers located close to the shear band. The design of this complex prototype requires the use of simulation-aided techniques, to help with the interpretation of the coupled processes, as well as to estimate the maximum temperature and pore pressure changes. A thermo-hydro-mechanical formulation, applied to the ring shear test, is proposed in the paper to study pore water pressure build up and dissipation in a sliding surface being heated by the frictional work induced by the motion. Particularly, the proposed model is applied to simulate the evolution of the shear strength along the sliding surface during a fast sliding process.

    Vajont was a case of an extremely fast landslide and efforts to clarify the failure have been mainly concentrated in providing a consistent explanation taking into account this characteristic feature. Particularly in the case of Vajont landslide, attention has been essentially focused on the shearing properties of the sliding surface. An accepted explanation for the velocity reached is the thermo-hydraulic-mechanical coupling under saturated conditions, which induces thermal dilation and effective stress reduction due to pore pressure build-up. Nevertheless, lack of in situ and experimental information has become one of the main drawbacks when trying to explain these coupled processes. In situ information is difficult to obtain since temperature and pore pressure development during these fast processes are impossible of being measured. To overcome this limitation, a new fast sliding prototype -emulating a ring shear apparatus- has been recently developed at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain). This prototype can reach relatively high speeds along the sliding surface (up to 30 km/h) under relatively high total vertical stresses (up to 3 MPa). Temperature and pore pressure changes can be locally measured with miniature transducers located close to the shear band. The design of this complex prototype requires the use of simulation-aided techniques, to help with the interpretation of the coupled processes, as well as to estimate the maximum temperature and pore pressure changes. A thermo-hydro-mechanical formulation, applied to the ring shear test, is proposed in the paper to study pore water pressure build up and dissipation in a sliding surface being heated by the frictional work induced by the motion. Particularly, the proposed model is applied to simulate the evolution of the shear strength along the sliding surface during a fast sliding process.

  • Water retention properties of a compacted clayey silt including void ratio dependency and microstructural features

     Gómez, Rodrigo; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Della Cecchia, Gabriele; Jommi, Cristina; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Lloret Morancho, Antonio
    European Conference on Unsaturated Soils
    p. 153-158
    Presentation's date: 2012-06
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    An experimental study focused on the water retention properties of a compacted clayey silt with dominant bimodal pore size distribution is reported. A water retention model accounting for soil microstructural features and void ratio is used to track the observed hydraulic behaviour. The model parameters were calibrated on the basis of drying and wetting data at a given dry density and the model predictions are verified along drying and wetting paths at different void ratios.

  • Effect of intermediate stress on collapse behaviour of a compacted clayey silt

     Cárdenas, Octavio; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    European Conference on Unsaturated Soils
    p. 25-30
    Presentation's date: 2012-06
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    There are few experimental results on the influence of the intermediate principal stress on the behaviour of unsaturated soils. Particularly, the effect of intermediate stress on the collapse response of a soil subjected to a suction reduction path has not been studied in depth. This paper describes soaking tests performed in a hollow cylinder device, in which specimens of a compacted clayey silt have been saturated under constant mean and deviatoric stresses but at different intermediate stresses. The descriptions of sample preparation, testing device characteristics, test procedures and interpretation methods are presented. Preliminary analyses of the results seem to indicate that collapse is larger when the intermediate stress coincides with the minor one, i.e. under conventional axi-symmetric triaxial stress state.

  • Characterising the collapsible response of an in-situ compacted silt

     Gómez, R.; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Asia Pacific Conference on Unsaturated Soils
    p. 371-376
    Presentation's date: 2010
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  • Parameter calibration for hydro-mechanical modelling using numerical simulations of test results

     Gómez, Rodrigo; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Jommi, Cristina
    International Conference on Unsaturated Soils
    p. 823-828
    Presentation's date: 2010-09-07
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    The paper reports an experimental study and parameter calibration exercise centred on the hydro-mechanical response of an unsaturated soil. The study benefits from compacted silt samples retrieved from a fully instrumented experimental embankment, which was built under poorly compacted conditions to study the collapse response upon artificial flooding. In addition to the hydraulic characterisation, the experimental programme includes controlled-suction tests intended to follow similar wetting and drying paths to those undergone by the material under real conditions. The suction dependent elastoplastic BBM model is used to simulate selected experimental results related to the collapsible behaviour (its time evolution and its response with decreasing suction). Mechanical and hydraulic parameters of the model are determined by both direct experimental procedures and numerical back analysis.

  • Microstructural modifications induced by hydraulic and mechanical actions on compacted bentonite

     Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Castellanos, Enrique; Villar, M.V.
    International Meeting on Clays in Natural and Engineered Barriers for Radioactive Waste Confinement
    p. 695-696
    Presentation's date: 2010
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  • Constitutive model developments for compacted unsaturated fine grained soils based on porosimetry

     Salgueiro, René; Olivella Pastalle, Sebastian; Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    International Conference on Unsaturated Soils
    p. 951-956
    Presentation's date: 2010-09-07
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    Modeling the mechanical behavior of compacted unsaturated soils against stress and suction changes is complex. One reason is that the structure mostly depends on the initial moisture content and compaction energy applied. Herein, it is proposed an alternative method to model this kind of soils based on its Pore Size Distribution (PSD), as a possible characterization of its structure. This latter can be obtained by means of the Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry test (MIP). The proposed model should permit the prediction of the volumetric deformations produced as a consequence of stress and suction changes. In order to do this, relationships have been developed to be applied to every pore size considered. The integration over all the sizes leads to the calculation of macroscopic values. Those relationships use fundamental physical principles. In order to determinate the stress-strain behavior, it has been considered that volumetric deformation moduli, both for changes in mean stress and suction, are function of pore size. Finally, the preliminary model equations have been applied to simulate suction controlled oedometer tests, including the subsequent sample’s collapse observed for different values of vertical stress. The investigated soil is a compacted silty clay for which the initial pore size distribution is known.

  • ROTURA PROGRESIVA Y REACTIVACION DE GRANDES DESLIZAMIENTOS: ANALISIS, PREDICCION Y RIESGOS

     Corominas Dulcet, Jordi; Moya Sanchez, Jose; Baeza Adell, Cristina; Ledesma Villalba, Alberto; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Olivella Pastalle, Sebastian; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Alonso Pérez de Agreda, Eduardo
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  • BIA2008-06614 - ROTURA PROGRESIVA Y REACTIVACION DE GRANDES DESLIZAMIENTOS: ANALISIS, PREDICCION Y RIESGOS

     Alonso Pérez de Agreda, Eduardo; Corominas Dulcet, Jordi; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Moya Sanchez, Jose; Baeza Adell, Cristina; Ledesma Villalba, Alberto; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Olivella Pastalle, Sebastian; Suriol Castellvi, Jose
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  • Characterising the collapsible response of an in-situ compacted silt

     Gómez, R.; Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Date of publication: 2009
    Book chapter

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    The analysis of the hydro-mechanical and microstructural behaviour of a natural collapsible silty clay is presented in this paper. The analysis allowed concluding that a conventional model can be applied for the levels of stress and deformations considered in the study without the need of the application of complex models, which consider hydro-mechanical coupling. The model used in this paper was the BBM, proposed by Alonso et al. (1990), which also allows simulating diverse behavioural features of collapsible soils. Furthermore, through the analyses, it was possible to validate the proposal of Futai(1997), which suggested different values of r and pc (soil parameters of the BBM), hence rectifying a problem in the original model, which made difficult the simulation of a maximum collapse value. Finally, experimental results were satisfactory simulated through the BBM model and with parameters in accordance with the proposal of Futai (1997).

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    Els túnels ferroviaris a la collada de Toses  Open access

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Actes d'Història de la Ciència i de la Tècnica
    Vol. 2, num. 2, p. 111-122
    DOI: 10.2436/20.2006.01.140
    Date of publication: 2009
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    At the beginning of the 20th century, and within the train network connecting to France, there was a project to extend the train network Barcelona-Ripoll to Ribes de Freser and from there, crossing the Toses pass, to Puigcerdà in order to finally reach France. To overcome the Toses pass, two tunnels were excavated: a 1.057 m helicoidally tunnel and a 3.904 m rectilinear one. The tunnel of Toses presented significant difficulties, especially at heights ranging 1.700-1.800 m from the entry (at Ribes’ side). Further to the lining initially planned, the stresses generated were greater than the rock’s strength. Thus, to solve the difficulties it was necessary to modify the excavation method, initially the Belgium system, and to coat the tunnel by over excavating the gallery and using linings of up to 3 m wide. Drilling started in September 1911 and ended in February 1919.

  • El túnel de l'Argentera

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Date of publication: 2008-01
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  • Reconocimiento geotécnico del terreno

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Josa Garcia-tornel, Alejandro
    Date of publication: 2007
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  • Cambios en la estructura de suelos compactados frente a humedecimiento y secado

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Lloret Morancho, Antonio
    Ingeniería civil (Madrid)
    Vol. 147, num. 147/2007, p. 67-76
    Date of publication: 2007-07
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  • Estudio comparativo de la deformabilidad de suelos compactados mediante el equipo de columna resonante

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Lloret Morancho, Antonio
    Ingeniería civil (Madrid)
    Vol. 145, num. 145/2007, p. 17-24
    Date of publication: 2007-01
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  • Assessment of soil and groundwater impacts by treated urban wastewater reuse. A case study: Application in a golf course (Girona, Spain)

     Candela, Lucila; Fabregat, S; Josa Garcia-tornel, Alejandro; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Vigués, N; MAS, J
    Science of the total environment
    Vol. 374, num. 1, p. 26-35
    Date of publication: 2007-03
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  • El sistema d'il·luminació durant la construcció del túnel ferroviari de l'Argentera

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    IX Trobada d'Història de la ciència i de la Tècnica
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  • El Túnel de l'Argentera

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    IX Trobada d'Història de la ciència i de la Tècnica
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  • Caracterización de los materiales pictóricos en el megalitismo noroccidental

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Date of publication: 2006-12
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  • Aigua, canals i aprofitament hidràulic

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Date of publication: 2006-01
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  • Cambios en la estructura de suelos compactados frente a humedecido y secado

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Lloret Morancho, Antonio
    Boletin de la Sociedad Española de Mecánica de Suelos y Cimentaciones
    num. 152, p. 25-34
    Date of publication: 2006-01
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  • Procedimiento interdisciplinar de caracterización, diagnosis y preservación de pintura megalítica

     Carrera Ramirez, Jesus; Fábregas, R; Bello, J M; Balbín, R; Bueno, P; Ayora Ibáñez, Carlos; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; García, Alfredo; Silva, B; Rivas, T; Prieto, B
    II Congreso del Grupo Español del IIC:Investigación en Conservación y Restauración
    p. 259-267
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  • Microestructural changes of compacted bentonita induced by hydro-mechanical actions

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Romero Merino, Enrique; Hoffmann, C; Castellanos, E
    Date of publication: 2005-01
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  • Procedimiento interdisciplinar de caracterización, diagnosis y preservación de pintura megalítica. Procedimiento interdisciplinar de caracterización, diagnosis y preservación de pintura megalítica.

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Carrera, F; Fábregas, R; Bello, J M; Balbín, R; Bueno, P; Ayora Ibáñez, Carlos; Carrera Ramirez, Jesus; Lloret Morancho, Antonio
    Date of publication: 2005-01
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  • Geotecnia: reconocimiento del terreno

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Lloret Morancho, Antonio; Josa Garcia-tornel, Alejandro
    Date of publication: 2005-02-28
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  • El Canal de Pinyana

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    VIII Trobada d'Història de la Ciència i de la Tècnica
    p. 477-485
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  • Informe de ensayos triaxiales y de corte anular

     Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Date: 2004-07
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  • 150 años Revista de Obras Públicas

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
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  • Microestructural changes of compacted bentonite induced by hydro-mechanical actions

     Romero Morales, Enrique Edgar; Hoffmann, C; Castellanos, E; Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Lloret Morancho, Antonio
    International Symposium on large scale field tests in granite
    p. 193-202
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  • Aigua, Canals i Aprofitament Hidràulic

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    VI Jornades d'Arqueologia Industrial de Catalunya
    p. 1-11
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  • El Canal de la Infanta

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Date of publication: 2003-10
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  • El Canal de la Infanta

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    VII Trobada d'Història de la Ciència i de la Tècnica
    p. 423-432
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  • Volumetric behaviour of a compacted soil upon wetting

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Gens Sole, Antonio; Alonso Pérez de Agreda, Eduardo
    Third International Conference on Unsaturated Soils
    p. 619-623
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  • Volumetric behaviour of a compacted soil upon wetting

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose; Gens Sole, Antonio; Alonso Pérez de Agreda, Eduardo
    Date of publication: 2002-01
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  • El Canal d'Aragó i Catalunya

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Date of publication: 2002-01
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  • Los ingenieros de caminos en la transformación urbana de las ciudades españolas a finales del siglo XIX. El caso de Barcelona

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Scripta nova
    Vol. 120, p. 1-24
    Date of publication: 2002-08
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  • El regadío de campos de golf con aguas tratadas. Su impacto sobre las aguas subterráneas

     Fabregat, S; Josa Garcia-tornel, Alejandro; Candela, Lucila; Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Simposio de Hidrogeología
    p. 10-18
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  • EL REGADÍO DE CAMPOS DE GOLF CON AGUAS RESIDUALES TRATADAS. SU IMPACTO SOBRE LAS AGUAS SUBTERRANEAS

     Candela, Lucila; Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Date of publication: 2001-10
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  • El Canal d'Aragó i Catalunya

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    VI Trobades d'Història de la Ciència i de la Tècnica
    p. 1-10
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  • El Canal d'Urgell

     Suriol Castellvi, Jose
    Date of publication: 2000-07
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