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Vibration-based monitoring of soil properties during compaction

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  • UserAssociate Professor Mike Mooney, Assoc Prof in the integrated Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Division at Colorado School of Mines
  • ClockFriday 05 June 2009, 16:30-17:30
  • HouseEngineering Department - LR3A.

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Vibratory rollers and plates are used to improve the strength and deformation properties of soil during construction. The vibration characteristics, if monitored, can be exploited to assess the condition of the soil during and after construction. This presentation describes the results of a research effort to extract soil stiffness during the vibratory plate and roller compaction process. To understand roller-measured stiffness readings, in-situ stress-strain behavior was characterized during vibratory roller passes.

This talk is part of the Engineering Department Geotechnical Research Seminars series.

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