Predictions and observations of soft clay foundations stabilized with geosynthetic drains and vacuum surcharge
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This chapter starts with an introduction of a revised analytical model of radial drainage with vacuum preloading in both axisymmetric and plane strain conditions. Observed from large-scale radial drainage consolidation tests, the influence of vacuum pressure distribution along the drain length is examined through the dissipation of average excess pore pressure and associated settlement.
Ground Improvement: Case Histories
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