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One-dimensional consolidation characteristics of an artificially sedimented marine clay
Edward W. Brand
|Statement||by Edward W. Brand and Boonlerd Leongnarktongdee.|
|Series||Research on artificially sedimented clays; phase report, no. 1, Asian Institute of Technology. Research report no. 18, Research report (Asian Institute of Technology) ;, no. 18.|
|Contributions||Boonlerd Leongnarktongdee, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TA710.5 .B683|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 90 l.|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||73166259|
A layer of clay of unit weight 16 kNm-3 is m thick and is overlain by 5m of sand of unit weight 19 kNm-3 (Fig. ) The water table is initially 1m below the surface. After pumping the level of the water table is lowered by 4m. Estimate how much the ground surface settles if the following data were obtained from a consolidation test on the. As shown in Fig. , the locations of both the virgin compression line and the value of the pre-consolidation pressure,, determined in the p laboratory are influenced by the rate of loading during one-dimensional consolidation (Graham et al., a; Leroueil et al., ).
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One-dimensional consolidation characteristics of an artificially sedimented marine clay [Edward W. Boonlerd Leongnarktongdee, Brand] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. One-dimensional consolidation tests were performed on calcium and sodium montmorillonite at various electrolyte concentrations.
The influence of pH and organic pore fluids on the consolidation properties of montmorillonite was also investigated. The consolidation curves of calcium montmorillonite were essentially independent of both the electrolyte concentration in the free pore water and the pH of the suspension from which the specimens were by: Compressibility characteristics were investigated by means of one-dimensional consolidation tests run on specimens in the following states: natural undisturbed, artificially sedimented, remoulded at natural water content, remoulded-aged, and hydrogen peroxide by: This paper describes a study of the virgin consolidation behaviour of both naturally and artificially structured soils under one-dimensional consolidation or isotropic consolidation.
Compressibility Characteristics of Korean Marine Clay Article in Marine Georesources and Geotechnology 26(2) May with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'. A laboratory sample of an illite clay was consolidated one-dimensionally from a slurry, and cylindrical specimens were cut with their axes parallel and perpendicular to the direction of the one-dimensional consolidation stress.
Flaky particles of clay minerals tend to from a card house structure (Lambe, ), when flocculated. When inter-particle repulsive forces are brought back into play either by remoulding or by the transportation process, a more parallel arrangement or reorientation of the particles occurs.
facilitate the study of a soil's shrinkage path. Consolidation tests on undisturbed samples and one-dimensional compression tests on un saturated samples compacted in the vicinity of optimum moisture con tent were performed.
A detailed study \'las. made of a highly plastic red ~1i. ssouri clay. A Study Of The One-Dimensional Consolidation Test. The Compressibility And Sensitivity Of An Artificially Sedimented Clay Soil: The Grande-Baleine Marine Clay, ().
The Consolidation Of Soft Clay: A New Consolidation Theory And Its : George Tsifoutidis. Compression and consolidation characteristics of structured natural clay. Canadian Geotechnical Journal 41 (6): Link, ISI, The compressibility and sensitivity of an artificially sedimented clay soil: The Grande-Baleine Marine Clay, Québec, Canada.
Cited by: 1. With increasing the clay content, liquid limit, plasticity index, optimum water content, compressibility index, coefficient of volume compressibility and initial void ratio, the yield stress (σy) is decreased while with increasing the silt content and maximum dry unit weight, the yield stress is by: 2.
The clay-cement slurry is mixed in a container with the ice-covered sides at a low temperature about 0 ± 2 °C to postpone the hydration reactions until consolidation began.
The purpose of adding cement is to generate the inter-particle bonding and structure in reconstituted : Usama Khalid, Guan-lin Ye, Santosh Kumar Yadav, Zhen-Yu Yin. One of their characteristics is that the mobilized shear strength corresponds to the residual strength.
The residual friction angle of clays depends on pore fluid composition which, in formations of marine origin, could have changed after emersion from the sea because of a number of processes, e.g., contact with rain or fresh by: “Factors Affecting Consolidation Related Prediction of Singapore Marine Clay by Observational Methods”, Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, An International Journal, Springer Publishers.
Arulrajah, A., W. Bo & Nikraz, H. () “Characteristic of Singapore Marine Clay at Changi” Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, Kluwer. Canadian Geotechnical Journal 48 (7): Link, Some experiments with artificially sedimented clays. Géotechnique 6 (3): Crossref, Effect of particle fabric on the coefficient of lateral earth pressure observed during one-dimensional compression of : David Reid, Andy Fourie, Stephen Moggach.
I (): "Evaluation of Shear Strength Parameters of Singapore Marine Clay", Singapore UndergroundNovemberSingapore.  Bo, M. W, Sai, M.T & (). "Stress history of marine clay at Changi determined from field vane test", International Conference on Coastal Geotechnical Engineering in Practice, MayKazakhstan.
. Abstract. A laboratory technique is described, incorporating an instrumented settling column, to monitor the changing shear wave velocity profile with depth and time during the self weight consolidation process of an Irish Sea clayey silt, initial density kg/m 3 initial voids ratio The density of the sediment was measured using a non destructive X-ray by: 1.
The variation of permeability with void ratio that was obtained on the basis of the one-dimensional consolidation test results is also shown in the paper, which clearly indicates that for the same void ratio, the permeability of the samples in N sodium oxalate was less when compared to that of the samples in distilled water.
marine clay. Marine sediments containing at least 30% biologically precipitated silicon dioxide (glass) a. calcareous ooze b. clay c. coccolithophore d. diatom e.
foraminifera ab. microtektite ac. nodule ad. radiolarian ae. siliceous ooze bc. turbidite. Artificial compaction is a commonly practiced ground improvement technique around the world. Yield stress is an important parameter to quantify and analyze the strength and compressibility behavior of the artificially compacted clays; such materials are indeed of practical significance in various projects, e.g., engineered landfills, clay liners, by: 2.SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing > Volume 3, Issue 3 > Influence of viscosity on one-dimensional thermal consolidation of marine clay.
Marine Georesources & Geotechnol One-dimensional consolidation of layered soils with Cited by: Semarang-Demak and other cities along the coast of North Java are vulnerable to land subsidence.
The presence of saline groundwater in the coastal region is thought to affect the high subsidence rate, in this case the compressibility of the aquitard layer. We aimed to analyze the effects of groundwater salinity on the compression characteristics of the Semarang-Demak clay using physical : Dwi Sarah, Lambok M.
Hutasoit, Robert M. Delinom, Imam A. Sadisun, Taufiq Wirabuana.