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Publications by [Jasperse B. H.]

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The paper describes current United States practice for Deep Soil Mixing (over 12 meters in depth), and Shallow Soil Mixing for vertical barriers and stabilization/solidification, and Jet Grouting for horizontal and vertical barriers. Creating very low permeability ...
Reference: International Containment Technology Conference and Exhibit, Florida, 1997
This paper presents two case studies of soil mixint for the improvement of the properties of soils for pollution problmes. Soil mixing offers a proven, inexpensive method for stabilizing or fixating contaminated soils and sludges
Reference: ASCE Geotechnical Division Specialty Conference, Grouting, Soil Improvement and Geosynthetics, Louisiana, 1992
This paper presents the ground improvement by the use of shallow soil mixing for large effluent storage tanks foundations.
Reference: ASCE Geotechnical Division Specialty Conference, Grouting, Soil Improvement and Geosynthetics, Louisiana, 1992
Guidelines for specifying proper construction procedures and equipment for different soil types will help ensure that the proper results will be attained in the field. By using the proper procedures and equipment, adequate mixing can be obtained to create ...
Reference: ASTM Symposium on Design, Construction and Testing of Deep Foundation Improvement, Stone columns and other related techniques, Nevada, 1990
A method of installing vertical barrieres for contamination remediation is presented. The technique is known as deep soil mixing and is capable of reaching depths of 35m or more and installin a barrier with in a few feet of existing structures
Reference: HazMat Central '90
The deep soil mixing method appears to have great promise as a method for creating deep foundations, retaining walls, areal soil improvement and even underwater foundations. A pre job test for liquefaction remediation of Jackson lake dam is presented.
Reference: ASCE Geotechnical and Construction Divisions Special Conference, 1989
The consideration and use of in situ reactive wall groudwater treatment systems on remediation projects continues to gain acceptance. Such systems are attractive due to their low initial capital costs and their minimal operation and maintenance cost compared ...
Soil mixing for in situ stabilization of contaminated soils offers a methodology which allows soils to be treated above and below the water table without removal. Two methods of soil mixing are presented in this paper, the shallow and deep soil mixing.
Jet grouting, has been used as a method of performing block stabilization of contaminated soils as well as for the formation of barriers for the control of contaminant migration in the environmental field. The two case studies given herein will illustrate ...
The use of soil mixing for providing stabilization of soft or loose soils has been successfully applied for liquefaction mitigation, steel reinforced retaining walls, groundwater cutoff walls, etc.