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Publications tagged with [marl]

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Landslide Brus was occurred in April 2005, near Brus village in Istria, Croatia. Landslide is typical block sliding and landslide body consists of practically unique flysch rock mass block, 150 m long and 35 m wide. Sliding was occurred momentary, without ...
Reference: Proceedings of the European Rock Mechanics Symposium (Eurock 2010)
This paper provides a review of recent instrumented load tests performed in these cemented calcareous materials. A total of 15 tests were selected from southeastern states based on the availability of good quality load test data and geotechnical information. ...
Reference: 2009 International Foundation Congress and Equipment Expo, Contemporary Topics in Deep Foundations, Geotechnical Special Publication No. 185, ASCE
This paper describes the lab and in situ site characterization works performed. In order to characterize as accurately as possible these marls, different levels in depth have been distinguished.
Reference: Slope Stability. CSIRO
This article provides a review of data from cemented calcareous formations, typically referred to as chalk or marl. Similar studies are ongoing for other types of rock and intermediate geomaterials.
Reference: Foundation Drilling, Vol. 29, No.3 March/April 2008
In order to characterize the geotechnical properties of Tabriz Marl results of several laboratory tests on specimens produced from subsoil studies were evaluated. It was concluded that the Tabriz Marl might be considered as a high liquid limit silt or clay ...
Reference: The 10th IAEG International Congress, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 6-10 September 2006, Paper number 335