Putting Down Roots
Phyto-covers are environmentally friendly and cost-efficient landfill barriers. Compared to traditional clay or geofabric caps, phyto-covers require less maintenance and are more friendly...

Modeling Deformations around Excavations in Soft Clays

Long Term Behavior of Tunnels in Chicago Clay

Prediction of Settlement in Bangkok Ground Due to Tunnel Excavation

Potential Production of Biosurfactants under Electric Field Supplied to Clayey Soil

Flushing of Ethylbenzene-Contaminated Clayey Soil Using Tergitol

Characterization of a Tropical Clay via Dilatometer Tests

Engineering Properties of Boston Blue Clay from Special Testing Program

Experimentally Determined Freeze-Thaw Effects on the Hydraulic Conductivity of Geosynthetic Clay Liners

Slope Stability Strength Values for Potomac Group Clays

Design and Performance of a Tied-Back Sheet Pile Wall in Soft Clay

The Use of Soil Nails in Soft Clays

Case History of an Excavation Stabilized by Deep Mixing Methods

Tire Shreds as Lightweight Fill for Embankments and Retaining Walls
Use of tire shreds in three highway projects is described. In the first project, tire shreds were used as a compressible inclusion to reduce pressures on a rigid frame bridge. Earth pressures...

Recycled Materials for Embankment Construction
Obtaining good quality soils at reasonable costs for use in embankment construction is becoming difficult and hence, attention is directed towards finding alternative materials. On the...

Experiences with GeoJet Piles in Sandy Clays

Freeze-Thaw Effects on Boston Blue Clay

Surcharge of Phosphatic Waste Clay with Strip Drains

Design and Construction of the Runway 13-31 Overrun Area at LaGuardia Airport

Alternative Landfill Covers Pass the Test
Researchers at the Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, N.M., are conducting a large-scale field demonstration comparing final landfill cover designs in arid and semi-arid regions....





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