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Publications tagged with [ground anchor]

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In a ground anchor system, cables or tendons connected to a bearing plate are used for stabilization of slopes. Then, the stability of a slope is dependent on maintaining the tension levels in the cables. So far, no research on a strain-based field sensing ...
Reference: Sensors 2013, 13, 3739-3752
 
<p>The purpose of this manual is to provide the inspector and Engineer-In-Charge with a quick and easy-to-use set of inspection guidelines for the various aspects of tieback construction, including pre-installation inspection, installation, testing and trouble ...
Reference: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING MANUAL GEM-17 Revision #3
Continuous grid beam structures made of shotcrete have been used for over 30 years in Japan to stabilize natural and man-made cut slopes. This slope stabilization structure, generally called “Grid Beam,” is widely applied in Japan. It was used in more than ...
Reference: Shotcrete, Spring 2005
<p>This paper describes application of nondestructive test (NDT) methods for condition assessment of metal-tensioned elements in geotechnical engineering applications including rock bolts, ground anchors and soil nails. Electrochemical tests, such as measurements ...
Reference: Transportation Research Record No. 1786, Geology and Properties of Earth Materials 2002
The recent advances in ground anchor technology and the related techniques of cable bolting and rock bolting are reviewed. Collectively the technology associated with the three techniques enable design engineers to address stability problems over a range of ...
Reference: GeoEng200, Melbourne, Australia, 2000
<p>This document presents state-of-the-practice information on the design and installation of cementgrouted ground anchors and anchored systems for highway applications. The anchored systems discussed include flexible anchored walls, slopes supported using ...
Reference: Federal Highway Administration, FHWA-IF-99-015, 1999
<p>In anchor pullout design, conservative soil and rock shear strength parameters are usually adopted. Presumptive values of soil/grout and rock/grout bond strength are available in different design manuals. In this study, in-situ pullout test data for anchors ...