familiar with the methods used by other analysts to

solve similar problems. The list is divided into seven

categories which includes selected references on:

a)

Text books and general references.

b)

Embankment dams.

c)

Constitutive models.

d)

Seepage analysis.

e)

Soil-structure interaction analysis.

f)

Reinforced earth analysis.

Table 2 lists the finite element codes which have been

g)

used in the past on Corps' projects. The table also

h)

Dynamic analysis of embankment dams.

lists the applications and office symbols at the

Waterways Experiment Station where further

information can be obtained about each code.

Bathe, K. J. (1982). *Finite Element Procedures in*

Cliffs, NJ.

A list of selected references has been compiled in the

Desai, C. S., and Christian, J. T. (1977). *Numerical*

bibliography for purposes of assisting design engineers

with their finite element analyses. The list is by no

New York.

means intended to be complete but is intended to

provide finite element users with places to go to get

Hinton, E., and Owen, D. R. J. *Finite Element*

started with applying the finite element method to a

given problem in geotechnical engineering. The list

was compiled with a focus toward the collection of

sample problems to aid a designer in becoming

STUBBS

Plane strain

Statics, Soil-structure

CE-WES-GS-GC

Axisymmetric

Interaction, Consolidation,

Transient Seepage

SOILSTRUCT

Plane strain

Statics, Soil-structure

CE-WES-IM-DI

interaction

FEADAM

Plane strain

Static analysis of earth

CE-WES-IM-DI

embankments

FLUSH

Plane strain

Earthquake analysis,

CE-WES-GS-GC

dynamic soil structure

interaction

TARA

Plane strain

Earthquake analysis

CE-WES-GG-H

CSEEP

Plane flow

Steady state seepage

CE-WES-IM-DI

Plan view flow

Axisymmetric

CSEEP3D (Tracy 1991)

3-D flow

Steady state seepage

CE-WES-IM-DI

CE-WES-GS-R

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