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Methodology for improving weak foundations by lateral consolidation Chang, Dave Ta-Teh ; Chang, Jeffrey CI ; Chang, Jung-Yang

By: Chang, Dave Ta-TehContributor(s): Chang, Jeffrey CI | Chang, Jung-YangPublication details: Transportation Research Record, 2001Description: nr 1757, s. 67-71Subject(s): USA | Foundation | Clay | | Lateral | Settlement | | Soil mechanics | Drainage | Grout | | Performance | | 62Bibl.nr: VTI P8167:1757Location: Abstract: Leader Administration College planned to build its administration building on the campus located at An-Nan district, Tainan, Taiwan. A geological survey showed that the soil underneath the foundation of the administration building was consolidated soft clay, including a portion of stratified sand layer. The differential settlement was estimated to be greater than 1/200. Lateral consolidation was chosen to reduce the differential settlement to 1/250.
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Leader Administration College planned to build its administration building on the campus located at An-Nan district, Tainan, Taiwan. A geological survey showed that the soil underneath the foundation of the administration building was consolidated soft clay, including a portion of stratified sand layer. The differential settlement was estimated to be greater than 1/200. Lateral consolidation was chosen to reduce the differential settlement to 1/250.

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