J-GLOBAL ID:200904044232985190  Research Project code:9800027371 Update date:Oct. 23, 1996

Appraisal of the effect of ground stabilization in the construction of a main-made island

Study period:1993 - 1995
Organization (1):
Investigating Researcher (2):
Research overview:
In the course of the construction of a large-scale man-made island by filling earthen material onto an alluvial clay sea-bed, the weight of the material results in settlement of the underlying diluvial slay layers as well as that of the alluvial clay layer. In the preceding investigation, the data of the settlement and pore water pressure of key soil strata were obtained at some locations, which have made possible to conduct, in this year, an analysis for foreseeing future behaviors of the land and the appraisal of the effect of soil stabilization executed in advance.
Keywords (7):
artificial ,  ground ,  pore ,  soil ,  ground ,  behavior ,  banking(embankment)
Research program: Ordinary Research
Research budget: 1995: \4,500,000

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