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Deep Compaction of Granular Soils

  • Bengt B. Broms
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Abstract

Several new or improved methods for deep compaction of granular soils have been developed during the last few years:
  • to control settlements

  • to increase the bearing capacity

  • to prevent or to reduce the risk of liquefaction

Keywords

Soil Mechanics Foundation Engineer Penetration Resistance Stone Column Standard Penetration Test 
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  • Bengt B. Broms
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  1. 1.Nanyang Technological InstituteSingapore

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