Paper Title:
Study on the Changing Rule of Excess Pore Water Pressure during Dynamic Compaction
  Abstract

The changing rule of excess pore water pressure during dynamic compaction is important for construction. The following conclusions could be drawn by observing and analyzing the excess pore water pressure in test area. Under ramming strike energy of 2000kN•m, the best hit number during the 1~2 times is 8~9, the best hit number during the third time is 6~8. After compaction, the shallow excess pore water pressure is basically larger than the deep. The shallow excess pore water pressure needs more time to dissipate. The horizontal distance of the shallow excess pore water pressure is larger than that of the deep. During the dissipating process of the pore water pressure, we should pay attention to avoid vibration interference of load in the surface and prevent liquefaction of the powder soil. Under ramming strike energy of 2000kN•m, the biggest influence depth of dynamic compaction is 8~9m, the effective reinforcement depth is 6~8m. The conclusions can provide the theoretical basis for dynamic compaction construction.

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Edited by
Xuejun Zhou
Pages
2254-2257
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.90-93.2254
Citation
X. J. Li, K. Yao, S. C. Zhu, X. H. Pan, "Study on the Changing Rule of Excess Pore Water Pressure during Dynamic Compaction", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 90-93, pp. 2254-2257, 2011
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September 2011
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