Samuel Yniesta
Samuel Yniesta
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei polymtl.ca
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ARCS: A one dimensional nonlinear soil model for ground response analysis
S Yniesta, SJ Brandenberg, A Shafiee
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 102, 75-85, 2017
122017
Total stress analysis of soft clay ground response in centrifuge models
KB Afacan, S Yniesta, A Shafiee, JP Stewart, SJ Brandenberg
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 145 (10), 04019061, 2019
92019
Stress-ratio-based interpretation of modulus reduction and damping curves
S Yniesta, SJ Brandenberg
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 143 (1), 06016021, 2017
72017
Centrifuge Testing of Model Levees atop Peat: Experimental Data
A Lemnitzer, R Cappa, S Yniesta, S Brandenberg
Earthquake Spectra 32 (3), 1903-1924, 2016
72016
Settlement estimations of peat during centrifuge experiments
R Cappa, S Yniesta, A Lemnitzer, SJ Brandenberg, A Shafiee
IFCEE 2015, 152-160, 2015
72015
Centrifuge experiments to evaluate the seismic performance of levees on peaty soils in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
R Cappa, S Yniesta, A Lemnitzer, SJ Brandenberg, JP Stewart
52014
Settlements and excess pore pressure generation in peaty soils under embankments during cyclic loading
R Cappa, S Yniesta, SJ Brandenberg, A Lemnitzer
32017
Vacuum pluviation device for achieving saturated sand
S Yniesta, A Lemnitzer, R Cappa, SJ Brandenberg
Geotechnical Testing Journal 38 (3), 355-360, 2015
32015
Constitutive Modeling of Peat in Dynamic Simulations
S Yniesta
University of California, Los Angeles, 2016
22016
Investigation of the Performance of Simplified Constitutive Models in Nonlinear 1D Effective Stress Ground Response Analysis
C Bessette, S Yniesta
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 2021
12021
Settlement rate increase in organic soils following cyclic loading
A Lemnitzer, S Yniesta, R Cappa, SJ Brandenberg
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 147 (2), 04020153, 2021
12021
Performance of Bounding Surface Constitutive Models in Predicting Cyclic Behavior of Low-Plasticity Fine-Grained Soils
MM Eslami, M Zarrabi, S Yniesta
Geo-Congress 2019: Geotechnical Materials, Modeling, and Testing, 57-66, 2019
12019
Evaluation of two constitutive models in predicting cyclic behavior of a natural clay
MM Eslami, M Zarrabi, S Yniesta
7th International Conference on Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering, 2275-2282, 2019
12019
Centrifuge Testing of Levees: Saturation Techniques during Model Construction
S Yniesta, R Cappa, A Lemnitzer, SJ Brandenberg
IFCEE 2015, 1197-1206, 2015
12015
Integration of viscoplastic effects in a one-dimensional constitutive model for ground response analysis
S Yniesta, M Janati-Idrissi
Canadian Geotechnical Journal 58 (4), 468-478, 2021
2021
Effect of Height and Downstream Slope on the Seismic Behavior of Tailings Impoundments Reinforced With Waste Rock Inclusions
AR Zafarani, S Yniesta, M Aubertin
Geovirtual, 2020
2020
The Importance of Site-Specific Seismic Nonlinear Ground Analysis in Eastern Canada
ZJ Zhang, S Yniesta, A Plaisant
Geovirtual, 2020
2020
Prediction of ground motion parameters in 1D ground response analysis
C Bessette, S Yniesta
Geovirtual, 2020
2020
Seismic and post-seismic stability of tailings impoundments, considering the effect of reinforcement inclusions
C Contreras, S Yniesta, M Aubertin
Geovirtual, 2020
2020
Impact of Seismic Hazard on the Ground Response in Eastern North America
J Huo-Kang, S Yniesta
Geovirtual, 2020
2020
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