Shear Strength Components Attributable to Cementation Versus Soil Suction in Arid Environments

Deep Soil-Cement Mixing for Tunnel Support at Boston's I-93NB/I-90 Interchange

Non-Destructive Evaluation of Rubber Modified Concrete

Applicability of Superpave to the Design of Airfield Asphalt Pavements

Recent Trends to Reduce Shrinkage Cracking in Concrete Pavements

Construction of Permeable Bases for Airfield Pavements

Off-Peak Runway Construction on Saturated In-Situ Soils

Grouting
Compaction, Remediation and Testing
This proceedings, Grouting: Compaction, Remediation and Testing contains case studies, field and laboratory studies related to grouting materials...

High Performance Concrete for Giles Road Bridge

Matrix First Cracking Strength in Continuous Fiber Cement Composites

Grade-Control Structures for Salt River Channelization
Soil cement grade-control structures have been designed and constructed in conjunction with channelization projects along the Salt River in Phoenix, Arizona. The structures were designed...

Shallow and Surfacing Ground Water in an Arid Urban Environment
Return flow from landscape irrigation is now a major recharge source and the loss of phreatophytic vegetation has caused decreased evapotranspiration discharge in Henderson, Nevada. Lateral...

Mixing Influences on Cement-Based Waste Forms
High-shear, medium-shear, and low-shear mixing tests were conducted on paste and paste + fly-ash mixes: The specimens, cured for 28-days, were tested for free water generation, compressive...

Bank Protection Toe-Downs and Local Pier Scour
The zone-of-influence for pier scour may impact bank protection toe-down depths. Countermeasures were required at a site along the Salt River in Phoenix, Arizona when the alignment of...

Fiber Sensors for Damage Detection on Large Structures and for Assessment of Deformation Behavior of Cementitious Materials

Cement Among Grains

Computer Vision and Fracture Process in Cement-Based Materials

Apron Reconstruction at Kansas City International Airport

Riddle of the Riverbed
The design of the Salt River Viaduct as part of the Red Mountain Freeway in Phoenix, Arizona, presented unique geotechnical problems. A cemented silty clay layer underneath the surface...

Minimizing Costs of Northern Highways by Using BST

 

 

 

 

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