What’ll They Think of Next? Dewatering Contaminated Slurries Using Geotextile Tubes
Sediment must be dredged from the bottom of waterbodies to maintain their capacity and navigability. Dredging, by its nature, involves the removal of highwater-content slurries and also helps preserve...

Geotextile Tube Dewatering
Geotextile tubes are made of high-strength, permeable geotextile that, when filled with a slurry, allow water to drain from the tubes while retaining the solids. They can be prefabricated...

Dewatering Case History in Florida
(Originally published in Journal of the Construction Division, 1974, 100(3), 377-393.)...

Effect of Dissolved Solids on Freeze-Thaw Conditioning

Frost Heave Problems Inside a Nuclear Power Plant

Dewatering and Injection Testing for Design and Construction of the Fort Point Channel Crossing Project

Design and Implementation of a Comprehensive Residuals Management System for the Cary/Apex Water Treatment Facility

Recipe for Successful Microtunneling

Corrosion Control of Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe

The Use of Submersible Remotely Operated Vehicles for the Inspection of Water-Filled Pipelines and Tunnels

Natural Dewatering of Alum Sludge in Freezing Beds

Deep Foundations in Berlin, Germany: Three Case Histories

Construction Ground Movement Impacts on the Central Artery/Tunnel Project

The Freezing of Soil Masses as an Aid to Engineering Construction

The Los Angeles Export Terminal's Coal Transportation Link to the Pacific Rim

A Matrix Approach for Assessing Biosolids Stability

Treatment and Stabilization of Dredged Harbor Bottom Sediments; Central Artery/Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts

Compaction Grouting at Tip of Sheetpile Shoring

Dewatering for Interim Mitigation of Liquefaction Hazard at Bradbury Dam

Montgomery Point Lock and Dam Navigable Pass Gate Equipment





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