Soil mechanics 2003.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2003.
Description
ix, 230 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.

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Notes
  • "A peer-reviewed publication of the Transportation Research Board."
  • "Many of these papers were presented at the TRB 82nd Annual Meeting in January 2003"--p. ix.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Part 1, Issues related to transportation earthworks: Relationship between soil stiffness gauge modulus and other test moduli for granular soils / Auckpath Sawangsuriya, Tuncer B. Edil, Peter J. Bosscher
  • Use of stiffness for evaluating compactness of cohesive pavement geomaterials / Phillip S.K. Ooi, Jianping Pu
  • Laboratory evaluation of GeoGauge for compaction control / Lary R. Lenke, R. Gordon McKeen, Matt P. Grush
  • Field performance of embankments stabilized with recycled plastic reinforcement / Jorge R. Parra [and three others]
  • Engineering properties of recycled plastic pins for slope stabilization / John J. Bowders [and three others]
  • Evaluation and quality control of dry-jet-mixed clay soil-cement columns by standard penetration test / Songyu Liu, Roman D. Hryciw
  • Geosynthetic-reinforced soil walls / Phillip E. Crouse, Jonathan T.H. Wu.
  • Part 2, Fiber-reinforced polymer piles, deep foundations, and advances in LRFD: Axial and lateral load performance of two composite piles and one prestressed concrete pile / Miguel Pando [and three others]
  • Design of fiber-reinforced polymer composite piles under vertical and lateral loads / Jie Han, J. David Frost, Vicki L. Brown
  • Dynamic finite element analysis of vessel-pier-soil interaction during barge impact events / Gary R. Consolazio, G. Benjamin Lehr, Michael C. McVay
  • Effect of bridge-soil interaction on behavior of piles supporting integral bridges / J.M. Duncan, Sami Arsoy
  • Load and resistance factor design, cost, and risk : designing a drilled-shaft load test program in Florida limestone / Michael C. McVay [and five others].
  • Part 3, Thermoplastic pipe design and performance: Soil arching over deeply buried thermoplastic pipe / Shad M. Sargand, Teruhisa Masada
  • Analysis of deeply buried flexible pipes / M.T. Suleiman [and three others]
  • Buried corrugated thermoplastic pipe : simulation and design / B.W. Schafer, T.J. McGrath.
  • Part 4, Spatial variability in pavement engineering: Characterization of transverse cracking spatial variability : use of Long-Term Pavement Performance data for continuously reinforced concrete pavement design / Olga Selezneva [and three others]
  • Estimation of pavement layer thickness variability for reliability-based design / Y. Jane Jiang [and four others]
  • Construction-related variability in pavement mat density due to temperature differentials / Kim A. Willoughby [and four others].
  • Part 5, Recent advances in geotechnical engineering: Relationship between backcalculated and laboratory-measured resilient moduli of unbound materials / Gerardo W. Flintsch [and four others]
  • Simulation of fracture initiation in hot-mix asphalt mixtures / Bjorn Birgisson [and three others].
  • Part 6, Geosynthetic reinforcement in roads: Corps of engineers design of geosynthetic-reinforced unpaved roads / Jeb S. Tingle, Steve L. Webster
  • Using pseudostrain damage theory to characterize reinforcing benefits of geosynthetic materials in asphalt concrete overlays / Gregory S. Cleveland, Robert L. Lytton, Joe W. Button
  • Eight-year field performance of secondary road incorporating geosynthetics at subgrade-base interface / Imad L. Ai-Qadi, Alexander Kwasi Appea
  • Strength properties of flexible geogrids under indoor and outdoor ultraviolet exposure / Chiwan Wayne Hsieh, Chien Kuei Lin.
ISBN
  • 0309085845 ((paperback))
  • 9780309085847 ((paperback))
OCLC
53978270
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