Studia Geotechnica et Mechanica

Editors: Marek Cała, Dariusz Łydżba, Wojciech Puła
Honorary Editor: Ryszard J. Izbicki

Print ISSN 0137-6365
Online ISSN 2083-831X
Index 376450


An international journal ‘Studia Geotechnica et Mechanica’ covers new developments in the broad areas of geomechanics as well as structural mechanics. The journal welcomes contributions dealing with original theoretical, numerical as well as experimental work. The following topics are of special interest:
  • Constitutive relations for geomaterials (soils, rocks, concrete, etc.)
  • Modeling of mechanical behaviour of heterogeneous materials at different scales
  • Analysis of coupled thermo-hydro-chemo-mechanical problems
  • Modeling of instabilities and localized deformation
  • Experimental investigations of material properties at different scales
  • Numerical algorithms: formulation and performance
  • Application of numerical techniques to analysis of problems involving foundations, underground structures, slopes and embankment
  • Risk and reliability analysis
  • Analysis of concrete and masonry structures
  • Modeling of case histories


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Stefaniuk D., Różański A., Łydżba D.
Recovery of microstructure properties: random variability of soil solid thermal conductivity
Vol. 38 (2016), No.1
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Denine S., Della N., Dlawar M. R., Sadok F., Canou J., Dupla J.-C.
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Current Issue: Vol. 39 (2017), No.2

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An attempt at evaluation of the remnant influence on the occurrence of seismic phenomena in a room-and-pillar mining system with roof deflection
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Geomechanical numerical analysis as a guidance for preservation works of the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine site
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Preliminary investigations of creep strain of Neogene clay from Warsaw in drained triaxial tests assisted by computed microtomography
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Structural and textural characteristics of selected copper-bearing rocks as one of the elements aiding in the assessment of gasogeodynamic hazard
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Temperature changes in the vicinity of thermally loaded structure embedded in the soil: effect of sand content and saturation degree
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Method for assessment of changes in the width of cracks in cement composites with use of computer image processing and analysis
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The use of a unipore diffusion model to describe the kinetics of methane release from coal spoil in the longwall environment
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