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Proposal of the Modified Management Criteria Value in Earth Retaining Structure using Measured Data
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Proposal of the Modified Management Criteria Value in Earth Retaining Structure using Measured Data
Kim, Jueng-Kyu; Park, Heung-Gyu; Nam, Jin-Won;
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 Abstract
The absolute value management method is widely used in the most of the earth retaining construction, which evaluates the safety by comparing measurement result and management criteria. Therefore, the management criteria is the standard to evaluate the safety of the site, and in other words, the criteria is a direct factor of the evaluation. That means that the safety of the site can not be acquired if the management criteria is not proper, even though the measurement system is perfectly set. However, many of field technicians do not have rely on the current management criteria, and they even recognize the necessity of the revision. Therefore, in this study, the necessity of the revision was studied. Also, the optimum criteria selection and the application were performed based on the test results of earth retaining deflection and probabilistic theory. The absolute value management method was used for this study. The details are tabulated.
 Keywords
Absolute value management method;Earth retaining structure;Management criteria;Modification factor;Safety;
 Language
Korean
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