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Yin Z-Y, Chang CS, Karstunen M, Hicher P-Y.  2010.  An anisotropic elastic–viscoplastic model for soft clays. International Journal of Solids and Structures. 47(5):665-677.
Chang CS, Hicher P-Y, Yin Z-Y, Kong L.R..  2009.  Elastoplastic model for clay with microstructural consideration. Journal of Engineering Mechanics. 135(9):917-931.
Yafrate N, Dejong JT, Degroot DJ, Randolph MF.  2009.  Evaluation of remolded shear strength and sensitivity of soft clay using full flow penetrometers. Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering. 135(9):1179-1189.
Degroot DJ, Low H.E., Landon-Maynard M.L., Randolph MF.  2011.  Geotechnical characterisation and engineering properties of Burswood clay. Géotechnique. 61(7):575-591.
Whittle AJ, Zhang G, Ladd C.C., Germaine JT.  2004.  Index properties of a highly weathered old alluvium. Géotechnique. 54(7):441-451.
Hattab M, Chang CS.  2015.  Interaggregate forces and energy potential effect on clay deformation. Journal of Engineering Mechanics. 141(7):04015014-1-04015014-11.
Yin Z-Y, Chang CS.  2009.  Microstructural modelling of stress-dependent behaviour of clay. International Journal of Solids and Structures. 46(6):1373-1388.
Landon MM, Degroot DJ, Sheahan TC.  2007.  Nondestructive sample quality assessment of a soft clay using shear wave velocity. Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering. 133(4):424-432.
Yin Z-Y, Chang CS.  2009.  Non-uniqueness of critical state line in compression and extension conditions. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics. 33:1315–1338.
Zhang G, Germaine JT, Whittle AJ, Ladd C.C..  2004.  Soil structure of a highly weathered old alluvium. Géotechnique. 54(7):453-466.
Zhang G, Yin H, Degroot DJ.  2013.  Thixotropism of micron-sized saltwater clay flocs. Geotechnique Letters. 3(4):162-165.