Design Procedures for Soil-Cement Grade-Control Structuresby T. Giorgis Goitom, Michael Baker Jr. Inc, United States,
Michael E. Zeller, Michael Baker Jr. Inc, United States,
Abstract: Grade-control structures are effective channel-stabilization measures that may be used singly or as a part of a stabilization plan involving such measures as bed and bank revetment. Grade-control structures can range in complexity from simple rock riprap to soil-cement drop structures to large concrete structures with baffled aprons and stilling basins. This paper presents a step-by-step design procedure for a soil-cement grade-control structures in sand-bed channels, and the application of the procedure in practice is demonstrated by using a case study of a channelization project along San Diego Creek in the City of Irvine, California.
Subject Headings: Grade control structures | Drop structures | Soil cement | Soil structures | Channel stabilization | Structural stability | Structural design | Concrete structures | River bank stabilization | California | North America | United States | San Diego
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