Characteristics of Indiana Soil Propertiesby Y-K T. Lo, Woodward-Clyde Consultants, Santa, Ana, CA, USA,
G. P. McCabe, Woodward-Clyde Consultants, Santa, Ana, CA, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Probabilistic Characterization of Soil Properties: Bridge Between Theory and Practice
Abstract: The Indiana Geotechnical Data Bank was established to collect engineering soil data in the state and to provide information for engineering planning and design works. It contains nearly 10,000 sets of soil data. The soil data are grouped by using physiographical regions, engineering classifications, pedological soil classifications, or a combination of these. For the engineering soil analysis in this study, robust statistical methods are preferred to conventional parametric methods. 7 refs.
Subject Headings: Soil properties | Computing in civil engineering | Soil classification | Geotechnical data | Soil analysis | Regression analysis | Parameters (statistics) | Data collection | North America | United States | Indiana
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