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A Study of Consolidation Behavior of Clay Ground with Partially Penetrated PVD under Artesian Pressure
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A Study of Consolidation Behavior of Clay Ground with Partially Penetrated PVD under Artesian Pressure
Yun, Daeho; Nguyen, Ba Phu; Kim, Jaehong; Kim, Yuntae;
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 Abstract
Many researchers reported that artesian pressure exists in thick soft ground of Busan Nakdong river estuary. Artesian pressure in soft ground could affect rate of consolidation, settlement and drainage capasity of prefabricated vertical drain(PVD). This paper investigated consolidation behaviors of soft ground with partially penetrated PVD subjected to artesian pressure. Laboratory tests with 1-dimensional large column equipment and their numerical analyses were carried out. Test results showed that the consolidation settlement of clay ground with artesian pressure was higher than that without artesian pressure. Due to artesian pressure, the dissipation rate of excess pore water pressure was reduced in soft ground with artesian pressure, especially at bottom part of clay ground. Numerical results were in good agreement with experimental test results.
 Keywords
Consolidation;Artesian pressure;Vertical drain;Clay ground;
 Language
Korean
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