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Journal of the Korean Geotechnical Society
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Journal DOI :
Korean Geotechical Society
Editor in Chief :
Seong Wan Park
Volume & Issues
Volume 26, Issue 12 - Dec 2010
Volume 26, Issue 11 - Nov 2010
Volume 26, Issue 10 - Oct 2010
Volume 26, Issue 9 - Sep 2010
Volume 26, Issue 8 - Aug 2010
Volume 26, Issue 7 - Jul 2010
Volume 26, Issue 6 - Jun 2010
Volume 26, Issue 5 - May 2010
Volume 26, Issue 4 - Apr 2010
Volume 26, Issue 3 - Mar 2010
Volume 26, Issue 2 - Feb 2010
Volume 26, Issue 1 - Jan 2010
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Evaluation of Shear Load-transfer Barrette Pile in Sandy Soils
Lee, Sang-Rae ; Park, Seong-Wan ; Lim, Dae-Sung ;
Journal of the Korean Geotechnical Society, volume 26, issue 9, 2010, Pages 5~13
Recently, the use of barrette pile has remarkably increased for high-rise building and bridge foundations. However, relatively few studies have been made for analyzing barrette pile behavior by considering shear load transfer on interface between pile and soils. Therefore, in this paper, an empirically derived equation is proposed. This equation correlates the load transfer curve of barrette piles with the N value from field standard penetration test based on full-scale load tests. The results from all procedures are presented. In addition, the effect of interface on pile-soil is evaluated using 3-D non-linear finite element method and verified with the field data.
Evaluation of Spatial Distribution of Consolidation Settlement of Songdo Marine Clay by Probabilistic Method
Kim, Dong-Hee ; Choi, Young-Min ; Lee, Woo-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Geotechnical Society, volume 26, issue 9, 2010, Pages 15~24
Because the thickness and depth of consolidation layer vary at every location, the consolidation settlement and time have to be evaluated spatially. Also, for a rational evaluation of the uncertainty of the spatial distribution of consolidation settlement and time, it is necessary to adopt a probabilistic method. In this study, mean and standard deviation of consolidation settlement and time of whole analysis region are evaluated by using the spatial distribution of consolidation layer which is estimated from ordinary kriging and statistics of soil properties. Using these results and probabilistic method, the area that needs adopting the prefabricated vertical drain as well as raising the ground level for balancing the final design ground level is determined. It is observed that such areas are influenced by the variability of soil properties. The design procedure and method presented in this paper can be used in the decision making process for a geotechnical engineering design.
Evaluation of Spatial Distribution of Secondary Compression of Songdo Marine Clay by Probabilistic Method
Kim, Dong-Hee ; Bae, Kyung-Doo ; Ko, Seong-Kwon ; Lee, Woo-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Geotechnical Society, volume 26, issue 9, 2010, Pages 25~35
Settlement at reclamation area caused by secondary compression should be considered using spatial evaluating method because the thickness of consolidation layer varies at every location. Probabilistic method can be implemented to evaluate uncertainty of spatial distribution of secondary compression. This study spatially evaluated mean and standard deviation of secondary compression in the overall analyzing region using spatial distribution of consolidation thickness estimated by ordinary kriging method and statistical values of soil properties. And then, the area where secondary compression exceeds a design criterion at the specific time was evaluated using probabilistic method. It was observed that the area exceeding the design criterion increased as the variability of
increased or the probabilistic design criterion 0: decreased. It is considered that the probabilistic method can be used for the geotechnical design of soft ground when a probabilistic design criterion is established in the specification.
Sorption Characteristics of Arsenic on Furnace Slag by Adsorption Isotherm and Kinetic Sorption Experiments
Oh, Cham-Teut ; Rhee, Sung-Su ; Igarashi, Toshifumi ; Kon, Ho-Jin ; Lee, Won-Taek ; Park, Jun-Boum ;
Journal of the Korean Geotechnical Society, volume 26, issue 9, 2010, Pages 37~45
Sorption characteristics of arsenic on furnace slag were investigated to remove arsenic from groundwater using furnace slag, which is industrial waste generated from steel company. Adsorption isotherm experiments and kinetic sorption experiments were performed and the chemical characteristics of supernatants from these experiments were analyzed. Results showed that all supernatants were alkaline (above pH 9) and the highest ion concentration in the solution was found with calcium (30~50 mg/L). Results of adsorption isotherms were more adequately described by the Freundlich model than Langmuir model. From adsorption isotherms experiments, it was noted that the adsorption amount of As(V) was 87% higher than that of As(III). Results of kinetic sorption experiments were more properly fitted by pseudo second order (PSO) model than pseudo first order model. Equilibrium adsorption amount (
) and relaxation time (
) calculated from PSO model increased with initial concentration of arsenic. Equilibrium adsorption amount of As(V) was higher than that of As(III) and relaxation time of As(V) was shorter than that of As(III). Adsorption isotherm results could be predicted by kinetic adsorption results, since equilibrium adsorption amount calculated through PSO model generally agreed with equilibrium adsorption amount measured from adsorption isotherm.
A Study on the Injection Efficiency and Strength for Grouting Method
Kim, Sang-Hwan ; Kim, Tae-Kyun ; Choi, Jae-In ; Yim, Ki-Woon ;
Journal of the Korean Geotechnical Society, volume 26, issue 9, 2010, Pages 47~58
This paper presents the injection efficiency of 2.0 shot system which was verified by strength and injection time. In order to perform this study, laboratory model tests and field tests are carried out. The laboratory model tests consist of the test of injection time for verifying the injection ratio, and the tests of homo-gel and sand-gel strengths for estimating the characteristic of strength. It is found that the injection ratio of 1:2 shows the best seepage into the ground. The results of the strengths are also larger than other injection ratio. The large strength will also be expressed by field tests at construction site.
Compression and Tensile Characteristics of Lightweight Air-Trapped Soil
Lee, Young-Jun ; Kim, Sung-Won ; Park, Lee-Keun ; Kim, Tae-Hyung ;
Journal of the Korean Geotechnical Society, volume 26, issue 9, 2010, Pages 59~69
This study is experimentally investigated for characteristics of lightweight air-trapped soils with uniform quality. Previously, EPS (Expanded PolyStyrene) blocks are often used as lightweight embankment, but many problems such as the level difference and cracks were caused by plastic (creep) deformation. So, a new material development is urgent. By means of alternatives, lightweight air-mixed soil using in-situ soils has been developed and applied to fields. In comparison with EPS block, lightweight air-mixed soil has less plastic (creep) deformation in long period, but the strength characteristics are different according to the soils where they are obtained. Therefore, the quality management of lightweight air-mixed soil is very difficult. Therefore in this study, characteristics of lightweight air-trapped soil using a manufactured sand with uniform quality are investigated. To found out the compression and tensile characteristics of lightweight air-tapped soils, unconfined compression test and splitting tensile test are conducted on the specimens prepared with different unit weight, cement-sand ratio and air-pore.
Development of Static Rock Penetrometer for Locating Rock Stratum During Construction of Drilled Shafts
Nam, Moon-S. ;
Journal of the Korean Geotechnical Society, volume 26, issue 9, 2010, Pages 71~74
During construction of deep foundation in soft rock under varying soil properties, it is essential to locate the rock stratum, especially when drilling with slurry. When slurry is used for drilling, the bottom of the borehole cannot be seen, thereafter soil cuttings cannot be differentiated from soft rock cuttings. A new static rock penetrometer, known as Rock Penetrometer was developed during this study. It could be a simple mechanical device that is attached to the bottom of a Kelly bar which is used to attach drilling tools such as augers and core barrels while drilling. After its calibration in the laboratory, the performance of the static rock penetrometer was verified in the several field test sites.