Behavior of Pipes Buried in Expansive Clays

by G. Kassiff,
J.G. Zeitlen,


Serial Information: Journal of the Soil Mechanics and Foundations Division, 1962, Vol. 88, Issue 2, Pg. 133-150


Document Type: Journal Paper

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Abstract:

Results of study of stresses induced in pipes buried in field in expansive clay and exposed to seasonal changes, as well as irrigation; asbestos cement pipes were tested to determine stresses at various sections; measurements of soil moisture changes and soil movements; high stresses resulted in pipe through inequalities in lateral and vertical swelling behavior of clay; these stresses could be greater than those caused by internal pressure.



Subject Headings: Soil properties | Buried pipes | Expansive soils | Clays | Soil stress | Pressure pipes | Soil water | Stress analysis | Soil pressure

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