Publications – Daniel E. Pradel, Ph.D., G.E.

Archival Journal Articles

8. Pradel, D.E., Smith, P.M., Stewart, J.P., and Raad, G. (2005). “Case history of landslide movement during the Northridge earthquake,” J. Geotech. & Geoenv. Engrg., ASCE, 131 (11), 1360-1369.
7. Pradel D.E. (1997), “Procedure to Evaluate Earthquake-Induced Settlements in Dry Sandy Soils”.J. Geotech. & Geoenv. Engrg., ASCE, 124 (4), 364-368 and 124 (10), 1048.
6. Pradel D. and Raad G. (1993), “Influence of Permeability on Surficial Stability of Homogeneous Slopes”. J. Geotech. Engrg, ASCE, 119 (2), 315-332.
5. Pradel D., Raad G. and Harter R. (1992), “Hydrocompression Settlement of Deep Fills, Discussion”. J. Geotech. Engrg, ASCE, 118 (6), 954-955.
4. Lade P.V. and Pradel D. (1990), “Stability and Flow of Granular Materials: Experimental Inves-tigation”. J. Engrg. Mech., ASCE, 116 (11), 2532-2550.
3. Pradel D. and Lade P.V. (1990), “Stability and Flow of Granular Materials: Analytical Investi-gation”. J. Engrg. Mech., ASCE, 116 (11), 2551-2566.
2. Pradel D., Ishihara K. and Gutierrez M. (1990), “Yielding and Flow of Sand under Principal Stress Axes Rotation”. Soils and Foundations, 30 (1), 87-99.
1. Towhata I., Pradel D. and Ishihara K. (1988) “Plasticity Approach to Sand Behavior Under Prin-cipal Stress Axes Rotation”. Micromechanics of Granular Materials, Studies in Applied Mechanics, Vol. 20, 191-200.

 

Conference Proceedings

11. Pradel D. and Carillo R. (2008), “Landslide stabilization using drilled shafts”, Proc. 1st Int. FLAC/DEM Symposium, Minneapolis.
10. Chiu P., Pradel D. Et al. (2008), “Seismic Response Analyses for the Silicon Valley Rapid Transit Project”, ASCE GSP 181, Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics IV, Sacramento, 1-10.
9. Pradel D. (2006), “Engineering Implications of Ground Motions on Welded Steel Moment Re-sisting Frame Buildings”. Soil Stress-Strain Behavior, Measurement, Modeling and Analysis, Springer, Roma, 937-947.
8. Pradel D. (1994), “Active Pressure Distribution in Cohesive Soils”. Proc. of the XXIth Interna-tional Conference of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, New Delhi, Vol. 2, 795-798.
7. Pradel D. (1991), “Instability and Plastic Flow of Soils”. ASCE Engineering Mechanics Specialty Conference, Columbus OH, 1174-1178.
6. Pradel D. and Lade P.V. (1989), “Plastic Flow and Instability of Granular Materials”. Proc. of the IIIrd International Symposium on Numerical Models in Geomechanics, Niagara Falls, 9-16.
5. Lade P.V. and Pradel D. (1989), “Comparison of Single and Double Hardening Models for Fric-tional Materials”. Proc. of the IIIrd International Symposium on Numerical Models in Geomechanics, Niagara Falls, 147-154.
4. Pradel D. and Lade P.V. (1989), “Instability of Sand Under Applied Shear Stresses”. Proc. of the XXth International Conference of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Rio de Janeiro, 8/18: 743-748.
3. Pradel D. (1988), “Model with Multiple Mechanisms for Anisotropic Behaviors of Sands”. Proc. of the VIth International Conference on Numerical Methods in Geomechanics, Innsbruck, 503-508.
2. Pradel D., Ishihara K. and Gutierrez M. (1987), “On Modeling of Inherent Anisotropy of Sands”. Proc. of the XXIIth Japan National Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Niigata, 359-362
1. Pradel D. and Ishihara K. (1987), “Elastoplastic Model for Anisotropic Behavior of Sands”. Proc. of the IInd International Conference on Constitutive Laws for Engineering Mate-rials, Tucson, 631-638.