YOKOHAMA Shoji

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Name
YOKOHAMA Shoji
Nickname
横浜勝司
E-mail
yokohmeng.hokudai.ac.jp
URL
http://www.eng.hokudai.ac.jp/labo/geomech/index.html
Affiliation
Hokkaido University
Section
Faculty of Engineering, Division of Field Engineering for Environment
Job title
Assistant Professor
Degree
Doctor of Engineering(Hokkaido University)
Research funding number
50299731

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Awards & Honors

 
Nov 2012
Bearing capacity improvement of anisotropic sand ground and its evaluation, Best Paper Award, International conference on Ground Improvement and Ground Control (ICGI2012)
Winner: KAWAMURA Shima, MIURA Seiichi and YOKOHAMA Shoji
 

Published Papers

 
Effects of compaction conditions on undrained strength and arrangements of soil particles for Shikotsu volcanic soil
YOKOHAMA Shoji
Volcanic Rocks and Soils   119-124   Sep 2015   [Refereed]
MATSUMURA Satoshi, MIURA Seiichi, YOKOHAMA Shoji, KAWAMURA Shima
Soils and Foundations   55(1) 86-98   Jan 2015   [Refereed]
YOKOHAMA Shoji, MIURA Seiichi, MATSUMURA Satoshi
Soils and Foundations   54(4) 731-747   Aug 2014   [Refereed]
Mechanical properties and soil fabric of compacted embankment
YOKOHAMA Shoji
Proceedings of International conference on gound improvement and ground control(IGCI Wollongong 2012)   1089-1094   Oct 2012   [Refereed]
Seismic behavior of embankment constructed by different compaction methods
MATSUMUIRA Satoshi, MIURA Seiichi, YOKOHAMA Shoji
Proceedings of International conference on gound improvement and ground control(IGCI Wollongong 2012)   1047-1053   Oct 2012   [Refereed]

Misc

 
NAKAMURA Hirotake, YOKOTA Seiya, FUJIOKA Kazuyori, YOKOHAMA Syoji, MIURA Seiichi
Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu C   70(1) 125-134   2014
 High embankment in Shin-Tomei-expressway was built in the Asitaka Loam. This embankment has height of 55 meters. In this site, the significant settlement was concerned over the long term after finishing construction the embankment. This paper sho...
MATSUMURA Satoshi, MIURA Seiichi, YOKOHAMA Shoji
Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu C   70(2) 238-247   2014
 It is important to reveal mechanical characteristics of compacted soils in order to ensure stable performance for embankments. However, there may be few experimental studies to verify cyclic shear behavior of embankments. Furthermore, the evaluat...
横浜 勝司
地盤工学会誌   62(3) 60-61   2014
KAWAMURA Shima, MIURA Seiichi, ISHIKAWA Tatsuya, YOKOHAMA Shoji
Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. C (Geosphere Engineering)   66(3) 577-594   2010
  Collapse of slope formed from volcanic soils has been frequently caused in Hokkaido, Japan. This study aims at clarifying failure mechanism of volcanic slope caused by both rainfall and freeze-thaw action. In particular, the effects of freeze-th...
KAWAMURA Shima, MIURA Seiichi, YOKOHAMA Shoji
Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. C (Geosphere Engineering)   63(1) 81-92   2007
The present study aims at revealing mechanical behavior of anisotropic ground beneath a structure subjected to cyclic loading. In particular, effect of fabric anisotropy on cyclic strength-lateral flow deformation behavior was investigated by usin...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Cyclic mechanical properties of sandy soils by mixing recycled asphalt pavement material
YOKOHAMA Shoji, SATO Astuko
8th international conference on Geotechnique, Construction Material and Environment (GEOMATE2018)   21 Nov 2018