Logan Airport Re-Visitedby W. David Carrier, III, Bromwell & Carrier Inc, Lakeland, FL, USA,
Leslie G. Bromwell, Bromwell & Carrier Inc, Lakeland, FL, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Sedimentation Consolidation Models—Predictions and Validation
Abstract: The first detailed evaluation of self-weight consolidation of a large hydraulic clay fill was performed during the construction of Logan Airport in Boston nearly 40 years ago. The paper re-analyzes settlement of the fill by means of finite strain consolidation theory coupled with correlation relationships for compressibility and permeability. These new techniques allow a designer to quickly evaluate possible deposition alternatives; in particular, to consider the effect of filling rate.
Subject Headings: Airports and airfields | Soil settlement | Clays | Hydraulic fills | Foundation design | Consolidated soils | Foundation settlement | Construction management | North America | Massachusetts | United States | Boston
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