Some Dilatometer Test Results in Pennsylvania and New Yorkby Alireza Boghrat, Pennsylvania Dep of Transportation, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Foundation Engineering: Current Principles and Practices
Abstract: This paper starts with a brief introduction to the dilatometer and piezoblade. Test results in four different areas are presented. DMT soundings at LR 67057 (Legislative Route numbers are assigned to roads which the state of Pennsylvania is responsible for) are discussed. Then, in situ results are compared to available laboratory findings. A possible correlation is proposed between constrained modulus from a DMT and a compression index from a consolidation test. Further, the results of a DMT at LR 1000 are presented, as well as test results from LR 1003. The results of DMT and piezoblade soundings from the Massena site in New York are also discussed. Dilatometer modulus and N-values from SPT soundings are compared for sandy soil. In addition, M and N-values are compared for silty and clayey soil.
Subject Headings: Soil surveys | Measuring instruments | Soil dilatancy | Clays | Highways and roads | Soil modulus | Field tests | Legislation | North America | United States | Pennsylvania | New York
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