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Bearing capacity tests on ice reinforced with geogrid

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Published by US Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory, Available from NTIS in Hanover, N.H, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ice -- Testing.,
  • Geogrids.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementF. Donald Haynes, Charles M. Collins and Walter W. Olson.
    SeriesSpecial report -- 92-28., Special report (Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)) -- 92-28.
    ContributionsCollins, Charles M., Olson, Walter W., Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14690499M

      The effect of several parameters such as geogrid layers (N), soil relative density (RD), depth of the topmost geogrid layer (U/B), load inclination angle () and load eccentricity ratio (e/B) on the bearing capacity ratio (BCR) of reinforced soil have been investigated through experimental tests. laboratory model tests on geogrid reinforced soil. The existing data base of Patra et al. () is used for predicting bearing capacity of strip footings over geogrid reinforced soil under eccentric load by using Artificial Neural Network (A NN).

    Das B M and Omar M T The effects of foundation width on model tests for the bearing capacity of sand with geogrid reinforcement Geotechnical and Geological Engineering 12 . Oxford University tests (early s) – improving bearing capacity and load spread Model footing experiments were carried out by the University of Oxford, UK (2), to investigate the benefit of reinforcing a granular layer over soft clay. Two of the experiments are shown on Figure 8, and some of the load versus settlement graphs are shown on.

    reinforced sand sample, geogrid is placed at desired depth from bottom of footing after levelling the surface to make it horizontal. Placement of Geogrid In case of reinforced sand bed, it is very essential to decide the magnitude of u / B and b / B to take the maximum advantage in bearing capacity of reinforced sand. After. factor is developed based on the results of laboratory model tests on geogrid reinforced soil. The Bearing Capacity of Geogrid Reinforced Sand 37 Model Test Result 37 Analysis of Test Result vi Analysis of Rectangular Footing with B/L=


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Get this from a library. Bearing capacity tests on ice reinforced with geogrid. [F Donald Haynes; Charles M Collins; Walter W Olson; Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)]. Bearing Capacity Tests on Ice Reinforced with Geogrid F. DONALD HAYNES, CHARLES M. COLLINS AND WALTER W. OLSON INTRODUCTION that, by adding 15% fiberglass by volume, the strength of sea ice was increased about 10 times.

Ice bridges and ice roads are constructed on Rice straw was used to reinforce an ice bridge onCited by: 1. Based on the model test results, the critical depth of reinforcement and the dimensions of the geogrid layers for mobilizing the maximum bearing-capacity ratio have been determined and compared.

Key words: bearing capacity, geogrid, model test, reinforced sand, shallow by: The present study investigates the improvement in the bearing capacity of silty clay soil with thin sand layer on top and placing geogrids at different depths.

Model tests were performed for a rectangular footing resting on top of the soil to establish the load versus settlement curves of unreinforced and reinforced soil system.

The test results focus on the improvement in bearing capacity of Cited by: A study was undertaken to investigate the bearing capacity of rectangular footings on geogrid‐reinforced sand by performing laboratory model tests as well as finite‐element analyses.

The effects of the depth to the first layer of reinforcement, vertical spacing of reinforcement layers, number of reinforcement layers, and the size of Cited by: This research deals with the analysis of bearing capacity of ring footing on geogrid reinforced sand experimentally.

The effect of variation of many parameters on the bearing capacity were studied such as, (number of geogrid layers(N),depth ratio of the topmost layer of geogrid(u/Do), the vertical distance ratio between consecutive layers(h/Do), depth of embedment ratio of footing(Df/Do.

Extensive experimental studies, including small-scale laboratory model tests and large-scale field tests, were conducted on geogrid reinforced sand and silty clay soils by the authors (Chen,Abu-Farsakh et al., ).The model footings used in the laboratory model tests were 25 mm thick steel plates with dimensions of mm × mm.

The influence of geogrid reinforcement on bearing capacity of granular soil is investigated in model tests. The tests were performed for an isolated footing resting on a sand to establish the Load versus settlement response of Unreinforced and Reinforced Soil system.

The result shows that. Several tests were performed whereby the installation depth, length, roughness, and fixity conditions at the edges of the reinforcement were varied.

Results show that the effectiveness of the reinforcement and the bearing capacity of the reinforced ground depend on the position, length, roughness, and fixity condition of the reinforcement.

This article investigates the effectiveness of geogrid material on upgrading the cyclic performance of nonductile exterior reinforced concrete (RC) be. The process has been simplified by presenting non-dimensional charts for the various terms used in the analysis, which can be directly used by practicing engineers.

An empirical method has been suggested to find out the ultimate bearing capacity of footing on reinforced soil. The results have been validated with large-scale model tests also. Based on the test results, an analytical method is proposed to calculate the load carrying capacity of rectangular footings resting on reinforced or unreinforced sand over soft soil.

It is found that the optimum sand thickness to footing width ratio is not dependent on the aspect ratio of the rectangular footings. Laboratory model tests were conducted on a rectangular surface foundation resting over multilayered geogrid-reinforced dry sand bed subjected to eccentric load.

Based on the model test results, a neural network model was developed to predict the reduction factor that can be used in computing the ultimate bearing capacity of an eccentrically. Yetimoglu, T., Wu, J.T.H. and Saglamer, A. Bearing capacity of rectangular footings on geogrid-reinforced sand. Journal of Geo-technical Engineering Division ASCE, Figure 7.

Variation of qu(R)withDf/B. In test series III, all tests were conducted withd/B = and Df /B varying from zero to Figure 7 shows the variation of. The seismic bearing capacity of weightless rock masses can be obtained using the proposed equations and graphs without calculating the whole stress characteristics network.

PDF: Load eccentricity effects on behavior of circular footings reinforced with geogrid sheets Ehsan Badakhshan; Ali Noorzad Book Title / Journal: Journal of Rock Mechanics.

Fly ash is a pozzolanic waste from the burning of coal ash in thermal power plant which will be unchangeable in India and increasing environmental pollution.

There is an urgent need of increasing bulk utilization of fly ash in geotechnical application. In this regard, a study was undertaken to investigate the bearing capacity of fly ash slopes (β) with the strip footing of width (B) m.

Bearing capacity of geocell and geogrid reinforced soil are calculated using theoretical solutions proposed by researchers (Chen, ) (Neto, J.O.A., Bueno, B.S. and Futai, M.M., ). Based on.

This paper describes laboratory model tests to determine the bearing capacity of an embedded circular footing supported by multiple layers of geogrid-reinforced sand beds. The embedment depth ratio of the footing was varied from zero to 06.

The tests were conducted with one variety of geogrid in sand compacted to 70% relative density. Ultimate bearing capacity tests on an experimental geogrid-reinforced vertical bridge abutment without stiffening facing w Engineering Department, HUESKER Synthetic GmbH, Gescher, Germany ABSTRACT: The paper deals with geogrid reinforced soil.

Improvement of bearing capacity of shallow foundation by using geogrid reinforced double layered soil Fig. 1 Estimation for ultimate bearing capacity (q u) from bearing pressure versus s/B.

Keywords: Geogrid, Bearing capacity of square foundations, 3D Numerical modeling, embedment depth and width of the foundation 1. INTRODUCTION Geogrid materials have been widely used in geotechnical engineering applications.

An essential usage is for improving the bearing capacity .Laboratory model tests and finite-element analyses were part of a study to investigate the bearing capacity of rectangular footings on geogrid-reinforced sand. The authors investigated the effects of the depth to the first layer of reinforcement, vertical spacing of reinforcement layers, number of reinforcement layers, and the size of.compensate the footing bearing capacity reduction.

Few studies on the bearing capacity behavior footings resting on reinforced soil slopes have been reported in the literature. Khing et.

al. [2] conducted laboratory-model tests to evaluate the bearing capacity of a strip foundation supported on a sand layer reinforced with geogrid layers.