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Experimental and Numerical Studies for Sedimentation and Consolidation Characteristics of Dredged Soil in Songdo Area, Incheon
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Experimental and Numerical Studies for Sedimentation and Consolidation Characteristics of Dredged Soil in Songdo Area, Incheon
Lee, Chung-Won; Choi, Hangseok;
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 Abstract
Accurate settlement estimation of dredged soft soil deposits is significantly important to prevent potential disasters during land reclamation. An application of the non-linear finite strain consolidation theory is inevitable in dealing with a very soft ground formation such as dredged fill. In this paper, a series of the sedimentation-consolidation test, self-weight consolidation test and CRS test were conducted to clarify sedimentation and consolidation characteristics of dredged fill in the Songdo area, Incheon. In addition, the settlement of dredged fill was numerically simulated using the PSDDF program. The dredged soil obtained from the Songdo area was classified as low-compressible silt (ML) based on USCS (Unified Soil Classification System), and the final bulking factors were estimated to be 1.56 and 1.17 by Yano`s method and the numerical simulation, respectively. This difference is attributable to relatively high reclaimed height and large permeability of dredged soil in this region.
 Keywords
Dredged soil;Non-linearity;Finite strain consolidation theory;Sedimentation-consolidation;Self-weight consolidation;Numerical simulation;
 Language
Korean
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