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Dispersive clays, related piping, and erosion in geotechnical projects a symposium presented at the 79th Annual Meeting, American Society for Testing and Materials, Chicago, 27 June-2 July 1976 by

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Published by A.S.T.M. in Philadelphia .
Written in English


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Statementeditors J.L. Sherard and R.S. Decker.
SeriesASTM special technical publication -- 623
ContributionsSherard, J. L., Decker, R. S., American Society for Testing and Materials. Meeting,
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Open LibraryOL20366540M

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Dispersive Clays, Related Piping, and Erosion in Geotechnical Projects: A Symposium Presented at the Seventy-ninth Annual Meeting, American Society for Testing and Materials, Chicago, Ill., June-2 July Issue of ASTM special technical publication, ISSN Volume of American Society for Testing and Materials. Dispersive Clays, Related Piping, and Erosion in Geotechnical Projects James L. Sherard — Clay A Symposium Presented at the Seventy-ninth Annual Meeting, American Society for Testing and Materials, Chicago, Ill., June-2 July Dispersive clays, related piping, and erosion in geotechnical projects a symposium presented at the seventy-ninth annual meeting, American Society for Testing and Materials, Chicago, Ill., June-2 July Published by ASTM in :   Dispersive Clays, Related Pipings and Erosion in Geotechnical Projects PDF Download. Download free ebook of Dispersive Clays, Related Pipings and Erosion in Geotechnical Projects in PDF format or read online by American Society for Testing and Meeting Published on by ASTM International. This Book was ranked at 3 by Google Books for keyword Projects.

Dispersive clays are a particular type of soil material in which the clay fraction erodes in the presence of water by a process of deflocculation (q.v. in Vol. XII, Pt. 1). This deflocculation occurs when the interparticle forces of repulsion exceed those of attraction so that the clay particles go into suspension, and if the water is flowing, as in a crack in an earth embankment, the detached. Journal of the Geotechnical Engineering Division, Proceedings of the Some engineering problems with dispersive clays. In Sherard, J. L., and Decker, R. S. (eds.), Dispersive Clays, Related Piping, and Erosion in Geotechnical Projects. American Society for Testing and Materials, Special Technical Publication, , pp. 3– Decker, R. S. and Dunnigan, L. P. () "Development and Use of the SCS Dispersion,Test" Dispersive Clays, Related Piping, and Erosion in Geotechnical Engineering Projects.   ASTM STP , , Dispersive Clays, Related Piping and Erosion in Geotechnical Projects, Sherard/Decker, editors. The chapter by Daniel Resendiz, Relevance of Atterberg Limits in Evaluating Piping and Breaching Potential, has been helpful in my circumstances.

  Get this from a library! Dispersive clays, related piping, and erosion in geotechnical projects: a symposium presented at the seventy-ninth annual meeting, American Society for Testing and Materials, Chicago, Ill., June-2 July [James L Sherard; Rey S Decker; ASTM Committee D on Soil and Rock for Engineering Purposes.;]. The symposium on Dispersive Clays, Related Piping, and Erosion in Geotechnical Projects was presented at the Seventy-ninth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Testing and Materials held in Chicago, III., 27 June-2 July Committee D on Soil and Rock for Engineering Purposes sponsored the symposium. J. L. Sherard, consulting engineer. The symposium on Dispersive Clays, Related Piping, and Erosion in Geotechnical Projects was presented at the Seventy-ninth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Testing and Materials held in Chicago, Ill., 27 June - 2 July Committee D18 on Soil and Rock for Engineering Purposes sponsored the symposium. J. L. Offers a collection of papers, dealing with selected engineering aspects of soil erosion, dispersive clays, and loess. Two papers deal with laboratory studies, while the remainder are case studies. Degrees of erosion are related to soil type, mineralogy, gradation and compacted condition.