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Journal of the Korean Geoenvironmental Society
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Volume 11, Issue 12 - Dec 2010
Volume 11, Issue 11 - Nov 2010
Volume 11, Issue 10 - Oct 2010
Volume 11, Issue 9 - Sep 2010
Volume 11, Issue 8 - Aug 2010
Volume 11, Issue 7 - Jul 2010
Volume 11, Issue 6 - Jun 2010
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Ideal Body Modeling of Rock Frost-thawing
Han, Heui-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean Geoenvironmental Society , volume 11, issue 12, 2010, Pages 5~11
If the groundwater in rock joint is changed into ice, it induces the stress increment by volume increase. Also, if the ice is changed into groundwater again, the stress in joint decreases by volume decrease. The accumulated displacement and fatigues of joints are increased by the stress-hysterisis, induced from the continuous frost-thawing. Also the shear strength is decreased by them continuously. The stress-hysterisis is affected by the atmospheric temperature changes, whose behavior is visco-elasticity, usually. Therefore, Kelvin model could be used to analyze the frost-thawing behavior in winter. The measured data of total 5 points are examined, which are composed of 3 points of shallow joints and 2 points of deep joints. Because shallow weathered rocks have many joints, a lot of Kelvin model are connected and the behaviors are complicated. In case of deep joints, simple Kelvin model is applied and the behaviors are also simple.
Environmental Impact Review and Improvement of Durability of Silicasol-cement Grout Material
Lee, Byung-Ho ; Kim, Young-Hun ; Chun, Byung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean Geoenvironmental Society , volume 11, issue 12, 2010, Pages 13~18
This study was made on the fact that the environmental impact and durability of the recently developed alkali silicasol chemical grout material. The grout material used for this study was designed to understand its environmental impact and durability through the SEM, chemical resistance test, leaching test, permeability test. In order to compare with the engineering characteristics regarding alkali silicasol grout material and sodium silicate grout material. As a result of SEM, the surface and internal tissues of alkali silicasol grout material could be identified to be denser than those of sodium silicate. As a result of leaching test the adaptability was identified as grout material as it had proved to be an ecological material owing to the total amount of the element to be leached being extremely little. As a result of permeability test it is judged that it is possible to apply the silicasol to the site in the place requiring the water cut-off as the silicasol.
Analysis for Current Situation of Slope along National Roads in Korea
Park, Jae-Young ; Shin, Chang-Gun ; Chang, Bum-Su ;
Journal of the Korean Geoenvironmental Society , volume 11, issue 12, 2010, Pages 19~25
Inventory survey is process collecting data about cut slope. It's different from inspection. Collected data are being used get at status about cut slope along national roads. And we analyse between current situation and data about collapse slope. It helps finding better method about maintenance of cut slope. We found changes in the situation between data at present and data at 10 years ago. We will research collapse and counterplan by cause.
A Study on the Long-Term Behavior Characteristics of Buoyancy-Resistant Permanent Anchor
Huh, Byung-Joo ; Kim, Chan-Ki ; Jung, Yong-Gun ; Chun, Byung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean Geoenvironmental Society , volume 11, issue 12, 2010, Pages 27~35
The structures built under the groundwater level are affected by the buoyancy force, which is hydrostatic pressure in the up direction. Recently, buoyancy-resistant anchor method has been applied in many cases of the construction of the important structure of large size, which is built under the groundwater level so that it takes high uplift pressure. Even if the construction cost of the method is very high, it surely increases the safety rate. However, the diagnosis of the performance of the buoyancy-resistant permanent anchor and the investigation of resistance mechanism are still insufficient. Especially, the long-term behavior of the anchor has not been studied well due to the difficulty in observation procedure. The contribution of this paper is the establishment of reasonable design methodology. We have measured anchor axial forces for 10 years after the construction, by using an automated measurement and a manual measurement by establishing a load cell in anchor head. Through the data collected from the measurements, we analyze the construction-step behavior of the anchor according to the self-weight variation of the building and the long-term behavior (i.e. movement within 10 years after the construction) of the anchor according to the passage of time.
Grouting Effects of Microfine Cement in the Rock-based Sites
Kong, Jin-Young ; Kim, Chan-Ki ; Park, Jin-Hwan ; Chun, Byung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean Geoenvironmental Society , volume 11, issue 12, 2010, Pages 37~45
The particle size of microfine cement(MC) is so small that it can be injected into silt layer. But the more particle size is miniaturized, the more the cohesion increases. This phenomenon results in the decrease of the perviousness of MC. In this study, the grouting effects of microfine cement with superplasticizer to maintain cohesion low and that of normal cement were investigated in rock. To estimate the grouting effects, TCR/RQD test for rock quality, lugeon test, borehole loading test for coefficients of elastic and deformative stress, borehole shear test for shear stress, detection p~q~t(pressure-flow-time) chart tests were carried out. The results using MC show a better permeability, modulus of elasticity, deformation, charge per unit, and recover efficiency of grouting material than those of ordinary portland cement except shear stress.
A Study on Protection Depending on Mesh Size of Expanded Metal for Slope Reinforcement
Ji, Young-Hwan ; Kim, Ki-Hwan ; Kim, Sung-Ho ; Hwang, Yeong-Cheol ; Lee, Seung-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Geoenvironmental Society , volume 11, issue 12, 2010, Pages 47~56
The construction of new roads and the consistent extension of already-existing roads or the line-shape revision of those roads are increased with the governmental investment to SOC facilities currently. Accordingly, the road cut slopes are in the trend of rapidly increasing. As the road slope has increased, a lot of human and property damages has entailed consequently and in the local case, numerous studies have carried out aiming at minimizing this damages caused by the rockfall and landslide. In general, standard falling rock prevention facility has employed for most of the local road slope based on "Guide for Installation and Management of Road Safety Facilities" published by MLTM(the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs) but profound doubt has raised as to whether this rockfall prevention facility would function properly enough to prevent rockfall efficiently without any damages in case of actual occurrence of rockfall. In addition, it is a reality that in most cases, such work is relied on overseas technology as a whole as the local technical level is low and in case of rockfall prevention net, it is judged that a study on rockfall prevention net that is able to endure more powerful rockfall energy is required as the problem including net bursting is taken place as a result of enough bearing force being failed to be demonstrated due to its partial weak point(not uniformly made). Under this background, in this study, three kinds of model depending on mesh size of expanded metal that is considered to have an adoptability as rockfall prevention net, as target are selected and characteristics depending on mesh size of expanded metal is intended to be researched through a pull-out test performance by using pull-out test equipment rockfall prevention net.
Experimental Studies of Shearing Properties on Compacted Nakdong River Silty Sands under Unconsolidated Undrained Condition
Khin, Swe Tint ; Kim, Young-Su ;
Journal of the Korean Geoenvironmental Society , volume 11, issue 12, 2010, Pages 57~62
In this study, the effect of different silt contents on the shear characteristics of silty sands was evaluated. Two series of triaxial compression tests were performed on the cylindrical specimens of compacted Nakdong river sand with 10% and 30% silt contents under unconsolidated undrained condition. All identical specimens were prepared to compact with same initial water content for five layers and saturated using control panel and then sheared under initial effective confining pressure, 100 to 400kPa. All specimens exhibited a strain softening tendency after failure in stress-strain curves and deviator stresses of specimens with 10% silt content were greater than those of specimens with 30% silt content. Pore water pressures of specimens with 10% silt content were observed negative(i.e. swelling) due to increasing void ratio after failure but those of specimens with 30% silt content were shown only positive. The behavior of compacted cylindrical specimens with low silt content was more dilative than that of high silt content. Peak deviator stresses decreased as increasing silt content and peak pore water pressures increased as increasing silt content.
Analysis on the Physical Properties of Gwangyang Marine Clay
Heo, Yol ; Kwan, Seon-Wok ; Gang, Seok-Berm ; Park, Seong-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean Geoenvironmental Society , volume 11, issue 12, 2010, Pages 63~74
Normally consolidated and slightly overconsolidated soft clay layer is widely distributed in the south coast of Korea. To ensure the efficient and economical construction design of any structure to be built on this soft soil, exhaustive studies related to geotechnical and physical engineering properties are required. In this study, the relationship of the physical properties of southern Gwangyang marine clay in the Korea Peninsula were examined, including natural water content, specific gravity, total unit weight, initial void ratio, liquid limit, plastic limit, and physical properties of activity and soil parameters. For the parameter relationship analysis, the latest relatively reliable data on the large harbor construction work were used, optimum values were deducted with linear regression and non-linear regression between soil parameters, water content or initial void ratio appears to be very large. Moreover, in the linear and involution pattern regression, equal coefficient of determination appeared. The relationship of the different parameters was shown to be excellent in the non-linear regression of involution equation and exponential equation pattern compared with the findings of linear regression analysis.