1 edition of Horizontal deep drains to stabilize clay slopes. by T.C. Kenney and K.C. Lau found in the catalog.
Horizontal deep drains to stabilize clay slopes. by T.C. Kenney and K.C. Lau
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Five horizontal drains were installed in a natural clay slope and the piezometric heads in the slope were monitored with piezometers. Decreases of piezometric head in the vicinity of the drains were measured and indicated that horizontal drains can be used to improve the stability of clay on the theory of consolidation, estimates were made of the changes of piezometric Cited by: During their research into the stabilization of clay slopes using horizontal drains, Lau and Kenney () developed a program to convert 3-D output from the groundwater program ' 'Trust''.
Horizontal drains were installed in a natural clay slope and changes of piezometric level were monitored by means of piezometers. These measurements showed that piezometric levels decreased in the vicinity of the drains, demonstrating that horizontal drains in clay slopes would increase the stability of the slopes.
One of the most effective options to stabilize landslides is to reduce the amount of water they contain by installing horizontal drains. A new type of horizontal drain material, geosynthetic wick drains, and a new installation method, driving drains rather than drilling them, were by: 8.
Decreases of piezometric head in the vicinity of the drains were measured and indicated that horizontal drains can be used to improve the stability of clay on the theory of.
Installation of horizontal drains in slope is one of the common methods used by engineers to lower the amount of excess water in slopes. Horizontal drains could be defined as holes drilled into a slope and cased with perforated metal or slotted plastic linearly to drain out groundwater [1, 2].Author: Yong Weng Long, Siti Noor Linda Taib, Onni Suhaiza Selaman.
The slope surface of the NTU-CSE site measured approximately 10 m wide by 24 m long rising at (H:V) to a height of about 12 m. Twelve horizontal drains made from 6-m long and mm diameter perforated PVC pipes were wrapped in a geofilter and installed in four rows in the study area (Fig.
2a and b).Cited by: Decreases of piezometric head in the vicinity of the drains were measured and indicated that horizontal drains can be used to improve the stability of clay on the theory of consolidation, estimates were made of the changes of piezometric head within the test slope due to the installation of drains.
The main role of the drains consists of preventing an increase in pore water pressure (associated with a groundwater level rising) to values that are critical for the slope stability. Many types of drainage systems are used to this purpose, such as drainage galleries, horizontal or vertical drains and drainage by: The horizontal drain spreadsheet may be used to: (1) predict a conservative piezometric profile in a drained slope for use in slope stability analyses, (2) predict piezometric heads in any single.
Selected answer a that the sides of a canyon are more when headward erosion causes one stream to intersect another Question 15 0 out of 1 points Along a uniform and steep slope of relatively weak substrate, a _____ drainage network is expected. Selected Answer: : Sawub. Horizontal drains are used to stabilize deep landslides essentially characterized by circular slip surface.
They are adopted in fine-grained soils and in fissured rocks. The schematic layout of horizontal drains, represented in typical longitudinal and cross sections, are shown in Figs.
1 a, b, c (Pun & Urciuoli, ). Bendahmane et al. deduce values of critical shear stresses for sand–clay mixtures as a function of the clay content from to Pa. B Backward Erosion Tests, Richards and Reddy () The concern in Richards and Reddy () is backward erosion piping, as opposed to propagation of piping along the : Benjamin Loret.
In order to remove subsurface water from a slope, horizontal drains are drilled into soil or rock at a A chapter in the recent book by Cornforth () provides an excellent overview of many aspects (Lau and Kenney, ; Santi et al., ). Head differ. Experiences with Mechanically Stabilized Structures and Native Soil Backfill GORDON R.
KELLER Practices and experience with mechanically stabilized backfill retaining structures typically using native soil backfill on low and moderate standard rural roads by the U.S.
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Mui, Wing Bun 3, Mr. Tang, Sek Wai 4 ABSTRACT The Drainage Services Department (DSD) has commissioned the Harbour Area Treatment SchemeFile Size: 2MB. Calculated values of the overall coefficient of consolidation in the horizontal direction vary widely with the structure of the deposit and the size of the sample.
The cost of a sand drain installation is inversely proportional to the size of the coefficient of consolidation adopted for design so that detailed guidance is given for the adoption Cited by: Jignesh Thaker and Jyotirmay Banerjee, Influence of intermittent flow sub-patterns on erosion-corrosion in horizontal pipe, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, /,(), ().
Long-term investigations on the pore pressure regime in saturated and unsaturated sloping soils. slope of the streamlines to the horizontal. slope of h profile to the vertical. Kenney T.C., Lau al changes of groundwater pressure in a natural slope of non fissured by: deep, steep sided valleys that are cut into the continental slope and may extend across the entire continental rise to the deep-ocean basin.
Terrigenous Sediment consists primarily of mineral grains that were weathered from cintinental rocks and transported to the ocean. The very fine particles of clay and silt that are in suspension and move along with the flow of water without ever touching the streambed.
trellis drainage pattern A drainage pattern that is usually developed on alternating bands of hard and soft strata, with long parallel subsequent streams linked by short, right-angled segments and joined by.
a drainage network whose interconnecting streams resemble the pattern of branches connecting to a deciduous tree.; homogeneous bedrock (igneous, metamorphic or sedimentary with horizontal bedding).
Not heavily faulted or jointed. Horizontal drains are used to stabilize deep landslides essentially characterized by circular slip surface. Topple: 2: Slide: 6: Spread: 4: Flow: 4. The channel slope has adjusted, given the discharge and channel conditions, so that stream velocity is just enough to transport the sediment load.
Nickpoint The point of interruption when the longitudinal profile of a stream contains an abrupt change in gradient, such as at a waterfall or an area of rapids. Soft Clay - Silt: The soft clay unit ranged in thickness from about 10 feet in the northwest corner of the site to about 25 feet on the south side adjacent to Still Creek.
Within the site the clay thickness appears to be about 20 feet. The plastic index values range from 20 to 50 percent and plot just below the A-line.
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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. An alternate slope reinforcement technique, the “Deep Patch” method, is used for stabilizing and stabilize the slope face between primary reinforcing layers.
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Therefore, the length of vertical drainage path is approximately 19 m (63 because the underlying dense sand is considered to be fræ-draining. It should be noted that the thickness Of the marine clay increaœs towards the northern end Of the CIDMMA and the longest drainage path Of approximately 23 m (75 feet) is in.
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Clay may swell when wet and shrink when dried, causing earth movement. This is more of a problem near the soil surface, where variations in moisture are more common. Problems particularly occur when some footings are close to the surface (subject to soil movement) and other footings are deep.
Assume single drainage from the organic clay at both sites 4. [25 Points] A site is to be developed for construction of a one-story steel structure. The site is underlain by 20 ft of soft, saturated clay (GWT at ground surface), which in turn is underlain by impervious : Jgballer.
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