Control of Settlement and Uplift of Structures Using Short Aggregate Piers

Structural Characteristics of the Danby Pipe Renovation System

Rehabilitation of Brick-Lined Railroad Tunnels to Achieve Increased Clearance

Practical Seepage Control in Existing Tunnels

Fracture Mechanics Applied to Geotechnical Engineering
This proceedings, Fracture Mechanics Applied to Geotechnical Engineering, contains theoretical and experimental studies related to the formation,...

Jet Grouting Gains
Jet grouting, a soil stabilization technology developed in Europe, was introduced in the U.S. in the early 1980s. Due, in part, to the use of inappropriate equipment, jet grouting got...

Saturation and Gas Migration Within Clay Buffers

Dynamic Compaction of Saturated Silt and Silty Sand - A Case History

Evaluation of Dynamic Compaction of Low Level Waste Burial Trenches Containing B-25 Boxes

Fracture Behavior of Cement Grouted Sand

Dynamic Compaction to Remediate Liquefiable Embankment Foundation Soils

Collapse Mechanism of Compacted Clayey and Silty Sands
The mechanism of wetting-induced collapse (hydrocompression) and the influence of fines ratios on compacted sandy soils are investigated. Various ratios of clay and silt are mixed with...

Dynamic Compaction of Landfill Beneath Embankment
This paper presents the results of a highway project where dynamic compaction was used to densify a closed landfill prior to constructing highway embankments over the landfill. The purpose...

In-Situ Deep Soil Improvement
This proceedings, In-Situ Deep Soil Improvement, contains papers presented at sessions sponsored by the Geotechnical Engineering Division of...

Specifications for Masonry Structures (ACI 530.1-92/ ASCE 6-92/TMS 602-92)
Specifications for Masonry Structures (ACE 530.1-92/ASCE 6-92/TMS 602-92) is a joint effort of the American Concrete Institute, the American Society of Civil Engineers, and The Masonry...

In Situ Testing Performed at Jackson Lake Dam
Jackson Lake Dam was rehabilitated from 1986 to 1988 to increase seismic stability. Final foundation improvements consisted of dynamic compaction and mixed inplace soil cement columns....

Roller Compacted Concrete for Embankment Overtopping Protection
In the first National Dam Safety Inventory and inspection performed by the Corps of Engineers, the majority of deficiencies found were related to the inability of the project to retain...

Remedial Grouting at Calero Dam
This paper describes the design and construction of a remedial grout curtain to resolve a long-standing seepage condition at Calero Dam, located at the south end of the highly-populated...

Ultrafine Cement Tests and Drilling Warm Springs Dam
Ultrafine cement was chosen by the Corps of Engineers for tertiary grouting the Warm Springs Dam because of its ultrafine particle size, low settlement, medium viscosity and longevity....

Seismic Stability Modification Designs for Embankment Dams
The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) has recently designed rehabilitations for four embankment dams to ensure their seismic stability. A fifth project is scheduled for construction....

 

 

 

 

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