Workability and Mix-Design Analysis on Dry-Mix Shotcrete

Rheological Properties of Asphalt Blended with Recycled Asphalt Pavement Binder

The ASCE Residuals Transport Manual

Great Grouts (Available only in Geoenvironmental Special Issue)
Particulate grouting has long posed challenges to those in the geotechnical field. But significant developments in the understanding of hydration and rheology control look promising. Modern...

Using Hydroscience and Hydrotechnical Engineering to Reduce Debris Flow Hazards

A Study on the Numerical Modeling of Debris Flows

One-Dimensional Routing of Mud/Debris Flows Using NWS FLDWAV Model

Compaction Grouting Mechanism - What Do We Know?

Particle Model for Alluvial Fan Formation

On the Importance of Mud and Debris Flow Rheology in Structural Design

Sedimentological Facies Analysis of Alluvial, Highly-Concentrated-Flow Deposits

Control of Fluid Properties of Particulate Grouts: Part 2 - Case Histories

Control of Fluid Properties of Particulate Grouts: Part 1 - General Concepts

Injectability of Fine Sand with Cement-Based Grout

Discrimination Between Inertial and Macroviscous Flows of Fine-Grained Debris with a Rolling-Sleeve Viscometer

Normalized Rheological Behaviour of Fine Muds and Their Flow Properties in a Pseudoplastic Regime

Bentonite-Water Slurry Rheology and Cutoff Wall Trench Stability

Rheology of Fresh Concrete

An Electrorheological Damper with Annular Duct

Shotcrete - Understanding of the Hydration Process of Mixes Containing CAC and Portland Cement and Proposal for a Simple Rheological Characterization





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