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Publications tagged with [subgrade reaction modulus]

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Nailed-slab System is a proposed alternative solution for rigid pavement problem on soft soils. Equivalent modulus of subgrade reaction (k’) can be used in designing of nailed-slab system. This modular is the cumulative of modulus of subgrade reaction from ...
Reference: International Journal of Civil & Environmental Engineering IJCEE-IJENS Vol: 12 No: 03
<p>The Modified Kerr-Reissner Model is a new advanced subgrade model developed using a unique hybrid derivational approach. It synergistically combines the best features but none of the flaws of the traditional mechanical and elasticcontinuum approaches when ...
Reference: ASCE Geo-Institute/IFAI/GMA/NAGS · Geo-Frontiers 2011 Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.13-16 March
This paper presents the results and interpretation of a lateral load test on a fully instrumented spun pile in soft ground for the land viaduct section of a high speed train project in Alor Pongsu area. The lateral load test of the spun piles was carried out ...
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In this paper the results of SPT and PLT tests on gravely soils of Tehran alluvium are evaluated. Due to the results obtained the correlation between SPT results (N1) 60 and modulus of subgrade reaction (Ks) are also presented for gravely soils. The complete ...
Reference: IAEG2006
In this report, values of soil deformation parameteres relevant to wall analysis are derived using two different approaches, vis. the elastic solution approach and back - analysis of published results of passive earth pressure measurements. The results of ...
Reference: GEO Report No 21, GEO Special Project Report No SRP 10/92
The theories of vertical and horizontal subgrade reaction are based on the simplifying assumptions that the subgrade obeys Hooke's law, and that the subgrade reaction on the base of a rigid centrally loaded plate resting on the horizontal surface of the subgrade ...
Reference: Géotechnique, Volume 5, Issue 4, 01 December 1955, pages 297–326