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کد : 587
Geotechnical Design and Practice

» عنوان : Geotechnical Design and Practice

نویسندگان : K. Ilamparuthi, R. G. Robinson

از : Developments in Geotechnical Engineering 

انتشار : Springer Singapore, Year: 2019

شابک (ISBN ) : ۹۷۸-۹۸۱-۱۳-۰۵۰۴-۷,۹۷۸-۹۸۱-۱۳-۰۵۰۵-۴

تعداد صفحات : ۲۶۱

فرمت : PDF

 

Description:

This book presents articles covering a wide spectrum of topics in geotechnical engineering (Geotechnical Design and Practice), including properties of soils, unsaturated soil mechanics, ground improvement, liquefaction and seismic studies, soil-structure interaction and stability analysis of man-made and natural slopes

The contributing authors are renowned researchers in their respective fields, which include soft ground improvement, seismic response of retaining structure using soil-structure Interaction (SSI) principles, and unsaturated soils. Based on keynote addresses and invited talks presented at the Indian Geotechnical Conference 2016, this book will prove a valuable resource for practicing engineers and researchers in the field of geotechnical engineering

 

Introduction
Soils are inherently heterogeneous in nature with wide distribution of their physical and mechanical properties (Phoon and Kulhawy 1999). When poor subsoil conditions are encountered, engineers often improve the soil properties by choosing suitable ground improvement techniques. Comprehensive state-of-the-art ground improvement techniques for different soil types were discussed in different papers and keynote lectures. (Mitchell 1981; Puppala and Perez 2009). Terashi and Miki (1999) have provided a detailed overview for the selection of ground improvement technique for a specific project based on the subsoil conditions. Broadly, the most commonly used ground improvement techniques can be classified into two categories: mechanical stabilization and chemical stabilization. Mechanical stabilization such as deep dynamic compaction, vibro-compaction, stone columns, pre-loading, deep dynamic compaction are few prominent techniques which stabilize the soils by rearranging the soil particles (Mitchell and Zoltan 1984). Chemical stabilization technique refers to enhancing the soil properties by treating with additives such as lime, cement, fly ash, and other by-products (Bredenberg et al. 1999; Rathmayer 2000). The chemical stabilization technique became widely accepted ground improvement technique for treating highly expansive clayey soils which is the main focus of this paper.

 

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