Amy B. Cerato

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School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, United States 
Area:
Civil Engineering
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Lin B, Cerato AB. (2015) Shear strength of shale weathered expansive soils along swell-shrink paths: analysis based on microscopic properties Environmental Earth Sciences. 74: 6887-6899
Lin B, Cerato AB. (2014) Hysteretic shear strength and shear-induced volume change of natural expansive soils weathered from shale Geotechnical Special Publication. 1347-1356
Lin B, Cerato AB. (2014) Applications of SEM and ESEM in microstructural investigation of shale-weathered expansive soils along swelling-shrinkage cycles Engineering Geology. 177: 66-74
Lin B, Cerato AB, Andrew SM, et al. (2013) Effect of fly ash on the behavior of expansive soils: Microscopic analysis Environmental and Engineering Geoscience. 19: 85-94
Lin B, Cerato AB. (2013) Electromagnetic properties of natural expansive soils under one-dimensional deformation Acta Geotechnica. 8: 381-393
Lin B, Cerato AB. (2013) Hysteretic soil water characteristics and cyclic swell-shrink paths of compacted expansive soils Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment. 72: 61-70
Cerato AB, Lin B. (2012) Dielectric measurement of soil-electrolyte mixtures in a modified oedometer cell using 400 kHz to 20 MHz electromagnetic waves Geotechnical Testing Journal. 35
Lin B, Cerato AB. (2012) Hysteretic water retention behavior of two highly clayey expansive soils Geotechnical Special Publication. 1205-1212
Lin B, Cerato AB. (2012) Investigation on Soil-Water Characteristic Curves of Untreated and Stabilized Highly Clayey Expansive Soils Geotechnical and Geological Engineering. 30: 803-812
Lin B, Cerato AB. (2012) Prediction of expansive soil swelling based on four micro-scale properties Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment. 71: 71-78
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