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Mechanical Characteristics of Dredged and Reclaimed Ground with Low Plasticity from Western Coastal Site
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Mechanical Characteristics of Dredged and Reclaimed Ground with Low Plasticity from Western Coastal Site
Jeong, Sang Guk;
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 Abstract
When carrying out design for soft ground improvement before reclamation of dredged soil, it is very important to appropriately evaluate design parameters such as compression index and undrained strength in order to estimate optimum construction cost. In this study, consolidation and strength parameters were estimated by the samples obtained from the similar reclaimed land. Water content and compression index of dredged soil reclaimed by hydraulic fill method were quite decreased in comparison with those of in-situ conditions at Incheon site. Relationships between compression index(Cc) and water content (wn), and between undrained strength (su) and water content (wn) for dredged soil were obtained by field vane test and oedometer test, respectively. Applicability of Schmertmann correction method (compression index) for low plasticity silty soil was discussed according to comparison with designed and measured settlements.
 Keywords
Dredged soil;Compression index;Undrained strength;Water content;
 Language
Korean
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