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Applicability of the Pile-Supported Embankment in Korea
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 Title & Authors
Applicability of the Pile-Supported Embankment in Korea
Lee, Il-Wha; Kim, Seung-Sun; Lee, Joo-Gong; Shim, Shung-Kyu; Lee, Su-Hyung;
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 Abstract
Stability analysis was conducted to analyze the application of pile-supported embankment to concrete slab track on the soft ground in Korea. Pile efficiency and tension of geosynthetics in accordance with the hight of embankment and the depth of soft soil were carried out by theoretical and numerical methods. Theoretical method predicted more conservatively than the numerical method for all the cases presented herein. The settlement stability is satisfied to allowable criteria of high speed railway in Korea. The pile-supported embankment has great potential for application to soft ground condition.
 Keywords
Pile-supported embankment;Geosynthetics;Arching effect;Soft ground;
 Language
Korean
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