Study on the Effect of Jet Grouting Pile Reinforcing Soft Soil Subgrade


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Composite foundation is commonly used to control the soft soil subgrade settlement. Considering that post-construction settlement of high speed railway is strictly controlled, it’s supposed to use jet grouting pile to strengthen the existed composite foundation and it’s necessary to analyse the effectiveness. Take a line as an example, analyse embankment settlement regularity of the original design mixing pile reinforcement and jet grouting pile reinforcement, evaluate the effect of the jet grouting pile reinforcement. The results show that the jet grouting pile reinforcement on the basis of original design does not have obvious effect on the embankment surface and ground surface settlement control, but effectively controls horizontal displacement at toe of slope and improves the foundation stability.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 594-597)

Edited by:

Lehua Wang and Gang Xu




G. Y. Liu and B. L. Wang, "Study on the Effect of Jet Grouting Pile Reinforcing Soft Soil Subgrade", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 594-597, pp. 1420-1428, 2012

Online since:

November 2012




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