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Field Measurements in Geomechanics : Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium, Oslo, Norway, 23-26 September 2003 - Frank Myrvoll

Field Measurements in Geomechanics

Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium, Oslo, Norway, 23-26 September 2003

By: Frank Myrvoll (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st January 2003
ISBN: 9789058096029
Number Of Pages: 826

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A broad cross-section of papers from the 6th Internation Symposium FMGM in Oslo September 2003 detailing the latest developments in geomechanical field measurement technology and methods. Taking in a wide range of real-world applications from tunnels to off-shore structures, these papers look at both theoretical and practical aspects of the subject and assess performances in the field, providing a wealth of knowledge for professionals and researchers interested in field measurements, soil and granular mechanics, engineering, geology or construction.





Preface
Organisation
Comparison of degree of improvement assessed by observational methods using field instrumentationp. 3
Behaviour and stabilization of a natural slope excavated at the toep. 11
Field study on piled raft foundation of twelve storeyed building at Chennaip. 17
Castreccioni Dam: the history and evolution of the dam monitoring systemp. 23
Performance of a row of spaced bored piles used to stabilise a Gault Clay slope on the M25p. 31
Load test program for the Bandra-Worli Sea Link Projectp. 39
Correlation of cone resistance with undrained strength of some very soft to hard cohesive claysp. 45
Monitoring a preload test on soft groundp. 53
Application of a new integrated multi-parametric monitoring system for the analysis of micro-movements in the Civil Protection activities. An examplep. 61
Geological analysis based on tunnel monitoring in Taiwan High Speed Railway Projectp. 67
Observed platform response to "monster" wavep. 73
Electrical resistance tomography system to monitor an acid rock drainage (ARD) waste rock repositoryp. 87
Geotechnical investigation of the New Baltimore Slidep. 95
Vibrations from the demolition of a large offshore platformp. 103
Vibrations due to driving of large displacement concrete piles in residual granitic soilsp. 111
Comparison of field measurements and predicted performance beneath full scale embankmentsp. 117
Load tests on straight and step tapered bored piles in weakly cemented sandp. 129
Web-based displacement monitoring system using GPS for the maintenance of roadside slopesp. 137
Field model tests for a novel suction anchor applicationp. 145
Evaluation of initial state of lumpy fill in land reclamationp. 155
Instrumentation and monitoring of combined piled rafts (CPRF): state-of-the-art reportp. 161
STATNAMIC load testing on a bored pile for a bridge foundation and monitoring of load distribution of the piles during construction of the bridgep. 179
Tunnel deformation during excavation - a kinematic approach based on geodetic observationsp. 189
Full-scale testing of the reinforced soil Segmental Retaining Wallp. 195
Comparison of conventional and Osterberg cell pile load testsp. 203
Behaviour of a diaphragm wall in dense gravelsp. 209
Puttesund Bridge - instrumentation for strengthening and liftingp. 215
Prediction of tunnel behavior in time-dependent soft rock using displacement measurments of boreholep. 221
The construction of a high geosynthetic reinforced soil structurep. 229
Geotechnical long-term monitoring: impact of groundwater-lowering on adjacent high-rise buildingsp. 237
Monitoring program for an unlined headrace tunnel in unfavourable ground conditionsp. 245
Pile-raft-soil interaction in piled-raft foundations designp. 255
An attempt to explain the complex behaviour of a "simple" cylindrical arch damp. 261
Geodetic surveying & TRIVEC monitoring system at Katse dam: value added or waste?p. 267
Total and pore pressure cells: method in the madnessp. 273
Observational construction procedure of pipe roofing based on back analysisp. 279
Estimation of overconsolidation ratio from piezocone tests in Singapore marine claysp. 287
Influences on the performance of piles observed by means of field measurements on combined pile raft foundationsp. 293
Behaviour of a large diameter bored pile in a sandstonep. 299
Radioactive waste disposal in geological salt formations - current conecpts, possible improvements, and status of underground field testingp. 307
A comparison between predicted and observed behavior of Alavian dam, Iranp. 313
An evaluation technique for slope stability based on displacements measured at the slope surfacep. 321
Determining the mass modulus of soft rocks in the middle Eastp. 329
Deep basement construction in central London - how field measurement reflected predictionp. 335
Large-scale field measurements on geocontainers during the dumping processp. 341
Stabilisation of endangered clay slopes by unconventional pore pressure release techniquep. 347
Investigation of surface settlement induced by underground metro excavation in Tehranp. 355
Stress measurment in Carboniferious massif in eastern Czech part of Upper Silesian Basin and numerical modelp. 361
Geotechnical instrumentation of an earth buttress soil nailed slopep. 369
Measurements of ground deformation around an advancing NATM tunnel headingp. 377
Repository concepts for nuclear waste diposal in clay formationsp. 387
Monitoring of complex rock slope instabilities - correction and analysis of inclinometer/extensometer surveys and integration with surface displacement datap. 393
Observational construction using the TBM excavation control systemp. 401
Displacement measurement by image processing in a field test on dike failurep. 411
Dam crest measurements using differential GPS as a part of an integrated monitoring programme for small concrete damsp. 419
New multilevel groundwater monitoring systems for use in heterogeneous rock and soilsp. 425
Behavior of closed vibrating-wire piezometers corrected for temperature and barometric effects, used to monitor water level in overflow weirsp. 431
Permanent real time microseismic monitoring of abandoned mines for public safetyp. 437
A case study of vibrating-wire sensors that have vibrated continuously for 27 yearsp. 445
New developments in TDR cable surveillance of potential instabilityp. 459
Long-term performance of vibrating wire gages based on field and laboratory testingp. 483
Controlled boring process (CBP) - a new approach to deformation-reduced tunneling in urban areasp. 493
A method for piles monitoring using long-gage fibre optic sensorsp. 499
Performance of pore pressure transducers in soft clay and peatp. 507
Evaluation of rock mass elastic constants by using earthmover loadp. 513
The use of Differential Monitoring Stability (DMS) for remote monitoring of excavation and landslide movementsp. 519
"SOILWATCH" - a ground and groundwater environmental monitoring systemp. 525
Monitoring a harbor structure during reinforcement using a GPS-based monitoring systemp. 531
GPS-based continuous displacement monitoring systemp. 537
Piezometers in fully grouted boreholesp. 545
Advances in inclinometer data analysisp. 555
Vision metrology applied for configuration and displacement measurementp. 569
A new study on the reliability and quality assurance of inclinometer measurementsp. 575
A study on new soil investigation method using seismic waves generated by dynamic penetration testsp. 585
In-situ shear box and root pull-out apparatus for measuring the reinforcing effects of vegetationp. 593
A simple 3-Dimensional crack-width-tilt gauge out of Africap. 599
Development of an improved load cell for construction workp. 605
Grouted rockbolts instrumentation using Fabry-Perot sensor - preliminary investigationp. 613
Low-cost extensometer to measure strains in geogridsp. 619
Geotechnical tools in the abyss: a useful experience for innovative instrumentsp. 625
Slope failure monitoring during embankment excavationp. 631
Development and implementation of the downhole freestanding shear devicep. 637
The measurement of stress in concretep. 643
Displacement monitoring using GPS and its interpretation method for the assessment of slope stabilityp. 657
Displacement measurement on tunnel face by using photo survey and its estimation by 3D numerical analysisp. 665
The problematic management of the displacement monitoring system of a landslidep. 673
Investigation of permeability and evaporation of rock mass around a tunnelp. 681
A deep gallery excavation in clay: monitoring our modelling skillsp. 687
Penang Bridge deformation monitoring using Real Time Kinematic GPS: a first experience in Malaysiap. 693
Development of a Retrievable Subsurface Accelerometerp. 699
A new in situ thermal experiment in the argillaceous rock of Mont Terri laboratory using Optical Fiber Bragg Grating sensorsp. 705
The DI-B experiment: instrumentation to perform an in situ diffusion experimentp. 715
A new geotextile strain gagep. 721
King's Cross Station Redevelopment, London: design of the monitoring systemp. 731
A relevant geotechnical and structural monitoring project: the experience of the new Milan-Bologna High Speed Railway Linep. 739
Planning, administration and quality assurance of instrumentation projects - an overviewp. 747
Components of structural monitoring process and selection of monitoring systemp. 755
Eliminating lightning damage for field data acquisition systemsp. 763
Amsterdam Noord Zuidlijn: one of the largest settlement monitoring projects in Europep. 769
Use of the Internet for quality assurance of construction projectsp. 775
Quality assurance in the supply and procurement of instrumentation components and systemsp. 781
Repository concepts for nuclear waste disposal in crystalline rockp. 789
An approach to long-term preclosure and postclosure monitoring for a nuclear fuel waste repositoryp. 799
Author indexp. 811
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ISBN: 9789058096029
ISBN-10: 9058096025
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 826
Published: 1st January 2003
Publisher: A A Balkema Publishers
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 17.78  x 5.08
Weight (kg): 1.57
Edition Number: 1

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