Prestress Loss Due to Creep in Post-Tensioned Clay Masonry

Permeability of Clay Liners with Contaminants
Clays are increasingly used as liners for waste disposal facilities. Chemical compatibility studies with hydraulic conductivity tests must be performed to determine the effect of the waste...

Contraction Scour at Bridges Founded on Clay Soils
With the federally mandated bridge scour program deadline of January 1997 approaching, scour evaluations are in full progress in many states around the country. A common physical situation...

Retention of Multiple Heavy Metal Ions by Fly Ash
Clayey soils are widely used as liner materials in landfills. They, not only retard the transport of leachates due to their low permeability, but also retain the heavy metal ions due to...

On Conductivity of Soils with Preferential Flow Paths
Laboratory soil column experiments were conducted to study the distribution of preferential flow paths resulting from removal of colloidal size clay particles. These experiments specifically...

Impacts due to Density Current Deposition in Reservoirs
Different flow pafterns of density currents in reservoirs are discussed. In delta region, lateral density currents from non-stratified flow in the main channel occurs resulting in floodplain...

Radwaste Disposal in Clay—E. C. Everest Project, IPSN Contribution

Sediment Removal from Stormwater Runoff
Sediment traps, also known as baffle boxes, are being used throughout the state of Florida to remove sediment from stomiwater. A baffle box is divided into three compartments by two bathers,...

Modeling Stress-Strain Response of Clay Using Neural Nets

Macroscopic Constitutive Behavior of Clays from Microscopic Considerations

Experiments on Resuspension of Fluid Mud Using an Oscillating-Grid Tank

Fabric Anisotropy and Its Relationship to Macroscopic Constitutive Behavior of Clays

Cleaning Up Clay
Using soil vapor extraction to remove volatile organic compounds from ground water and unsaturated soils can achieve faster and more-complete cleanups than conventional pump-and-treat...

Probabilistic Solutions to Geotechnical Problems

Estimation of Driven Pile Resistance at an Overconsolidated Clay Site Using Geostatistical Methods

Random Network Modeling for Determination of Representative Specimen Size of Compacted Clays

Practical Methods for Managing Uncertainties for Geosynthetic Clay Liners

Defects in Soft Clays: A Challenge to Site Characterization for Stability Analysis

Deterministic and Probabilistic Analyses of Preload Design at a Hydraulic Fill Site

Modeling Aspects Associated with Time Dependent Behavior of Soils

 

 

 

 

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