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Title: Deep compaction of sand using vibratory probe
Authors: Chow, Khiat Yew.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Civil engineering::Geotechnical
Issue Date: 1998
Abstract: This dissertation attempts to draw together the historical development of compacting cohesionless soil using deep vibratory techniques. Similar to other soil improvement methods, the concept of this method has been developed empirically whilst the design hypotheses were improved based on accumulated experience. The principle of the compaction processes and factors affecting the compaction are the subject of discussion. Various practical aspects of the treatment process are described and the current design considerations are elaborated. Each technique is illustrated using a case history and comparison for different techniques is also discussed.
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