Soil freezing and highway construction

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Published by Carleton University in [Ottawa .

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Subjects:

  • Frost heaving -- Congresses.,
  • Pavements -- Frost damage -- Congresses.,
  • Pavements -- Design and construction -- Congresses.,
  • Frozen ground -- Congresses.,
  • Roads -- Subgrades -- Congresses.

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Statementunder the direction of P. J. Williams, M. Fre mond in collaboration with J. Aguirre-Puente ... [et al.].
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsWilliams, P. J., Fre mond, M., Aguirre-Puente, J., Carleton University. Paterson Centre., E cole nationale des ponts et chausse es.
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 105 p. :
Number of Pages105
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14178382M
ISBN 100770900453

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Artificial ground freezing (AGF) is a soil stabilization technique involving the removal of heat from the ground to freeze a soil’s pore water. The concept of ground freezing was first introduced in France, and industrial applications date back to where it was used as a mine shaft construction method in South Wales (Schmidt ).

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freezing soil. The intention is to avoid foundation move-ment due to freezing of the soil below the foundation. Recommendations are provided in the form of maps (see Maps 1 and 2). The two maps are based on the Atlas of Soil Freezing Depth Extremes for the Northeast-ern United States prepared by the Northeast Regional Climate Center.

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The concept is to convert pure water into ice. Freezing is obtained by circulation of liquid nitrogen or brine in closed pipes placed in the ground, or by a combination of both methods. 1 Highway Engineering) ) Chapter 18/ Soil Text Book: Traffic & Highway Engineering Nicholas Garber and Lester Hoel, Third Edition, Brooks/Cole.

Instructor: Dr. TALEB M. AL-ROUSAN 2 Highway Materials Objective Describe briefly some of the physical characteristics and quality control tests for soils, aggregates, and bituminous materials. The basic premise behind ground freezing is that soil—made up of bits of minerals and organic matter, water, and air—becomes stronger and less.

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Chapter 5 Engineering Properties of Soil and Rock Overview The purpose of this chapter is to identify, either by reference or explicitly herein, appropriate methods of soil and rock property assessment, and how to use that soil and rock property data to establish the final soil and rock parameters to be used for geotechnical design.

National Highway connects Delhi to Badrinath in India, which passes through complex geomorphological and geological terrain and often encounters cut slopes susceptible to slope failures. In the present investigation, a detailed geotechnical appraisal is conducted along the road cut slopes from Rishikesh to Devprayag in the Himalayas.

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and Washburn, S. and Kilareski, W. Principles of Highway Engineering and Traffic Analysis, 4th Edition, Wiley, Freezing-thawing cycles in soils reduce considerably the foundation capacity of buildings and infrastructure.

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freezing and thawing process, as well as the temperature in frozen. The soil freezing was fully executed from inside the tunnels with no impact above ground. The process involved pumping coolant through a series of pipes installed in the soil to chill it to °C.

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Foundation damage due to frost heaves or ice lensing: here we explain the difference between the vertical lift of frost heaves and ice lensing (or frost lenses) and we include details of the construction of a frost-lens-proof structural pier, and we provide data on the amount of soil pressure and expansion exerted by water and freezing.

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