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Publications tagged with [overconsolidated clay]

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<p>Settlement evaluation of spread foundations on heavily preconsolidated cohesive soils. The paper presents the results of fi eld and laboratory tests performed on the heavily preconsolidated boulder clays which prevail on the campus of the Warsaw University ...
Reference: Land Reclamation No 43 (2), 2011: 113–120
<p>A part of Toulouse&rsquo;s underground line B has been excavated by a 7.8 meters diameter earth-pressure balance machine. A comprehensive monitoring section has been installed in the Compans garden at a point where the tunnel cover is 12.8-meter and is ...
Reference: International Conference on Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering (2008) - Sixth International Conference on Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering
Description of soil - soft rock behavior and soil weakening that can explain natural slope failures.
Reference: Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, Vol 6
The drained residual shear strength of overconsolidated clays is an important parameter in assessing the stability of slopes that contain a preexisting shear surface. Laboratory Bromhead ring shear apparatus and 32 clay evaluation of drained residual shear ...
Reference: Transportation Research Record 1479
Mathematic evaluation of K-Integral of shear surface of overconsolidated clay soils in slope stability analysis.
Reference: Proceedings Royal Sociaty of London
The objective of this investigation was to review existing information concerning slope failures in stiff, fissured clays and shales, and to study the influence of lateral stresses on the stress conditions around excavated slopes. These studies, which were ...
Reference: CONTRACT REPORT s-68-4, U. S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station