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In this study swelling problem caused by claystone containing smectite group clay mineral in Tire Lignite Enterprise (Izmir, Turkey) was investigated and triaxial swelling behavior of the claystone was determined.
Reference: Scientific Research and Essays Vol. 6(5), pp. 1106-1116, 4 March, 2011
<p>The present paper deals with the properties of expansive soils of Rajasthan, India at various locations.</p>
Reference: EJGE 2007
This paper describes two projects in which serpentinite caused significant problems: during design of the Kusan - 3 HEPP dam in Indonesia: and during construction of the Berke powerhouse access tunnel in Turkey.
Reference: ROCK ENGINEERING FESLBAU 22 (2004) NR. 5
This paper presents the rock mass parameters of Hawkesbury Sandstone
Reference: Australian Geomechanics Vol 39 No 3 September 2004
<p>The outcomes of this study can provide insight into the swelling and the compressibility behavior of soil - bentonite mixtures, between non-swelling materials and swelling materials. A simple swell and compression laboratory test has been conducted for ...
Reference: DIMENSI TEKNIK SIPIL VOL 5, NO. 2, September 2003: 93-98
This paper presents empirical correlations to assist in predictingshale mechanical properties.
Reference: June 2001 SPE Drilling & Completion
This paper is about underground mining of the Perseverance orebody that has always presented significant challenges due to the difficult ground conditions in the weak and altered ultramafic rocks. The range of problems include areas of swelling minerals, intense ...
Reference: Proceedings Massmin 2000, pp 755-764 (The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metalurgy: Melbourne)
This paper explores methods for predicting unforeseen geological conditions in large civil engineering projects.
Reference: "Keynote address for Theme I - International Association of Engineering Geologists Congress, Vancouver, Canada, September 21 to 25, 1998"
This paper provides a thumbnail summary of the engineering geology of the Triassic rocks of the Sydney basin.
This paper is about a highly tectonized contact between serpentinite and younger pegmatite in the magnesite mine of Wiry that contains various layer silicates.
Reference: Clays and Clay Minerals, Vol. 41, No. 6, 693-701, 1993.