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A Study on the Shape and Cone Resistance of Dredged Fill in Geotextile Tube under Water and Drained Conditions
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A Study on the Shape and Cone Resistance of Dredged Fill in Geotextile Tube under Water and Drained Conditions
Kim, Hyeong Joo; Won, Myoung Soo; Lee, Jang Baek; Kim, Young Shin;
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 Abstract
A series of tests were conducted to examine the filled tube shape with respect to the filling module type used and to investigate cone resistance properties of a dredged-soil-filled geotextile tube under water and drained conditions. Results based on the filling observation showed that the distribution of the accumulated fills inside the acrylic cell and vinyl tubes differs with respect to the type of filling modules. A crater formation around the inlet area was found during the test using I-type filling module and a horizontal sediment distribution was found during the test using inverse T-Type filling module. The dredged fill material was obtained from the Saemangeum area. The geotextile tube deformation of each filling stage was almost converged when the tube was fully drained. The cone resistance of the dredged fill in the geotextile tube under drained condition is large and is approximately 2~6 times that of the tube under water condition.
 Keywords
Geotextiles tube;Dredged soil;Filling module;Cone resistance;Saemangeum;
 Language
Korean
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