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Voodooll This research was conducted primarily at the University of Davis by Bang et al. Creep displacements and the force distribution changes in the nails caused by creep effects were observed. Soil crack generation may occur more than once, resulting in several sudden decrease-increase changes as shown in Figures 5. Soil nailing has been found to be the most cost-effective method for larger projects that require considerable excavation using conventional methods FHWA As introduced in Section 3.

C already recently rated this item. The mechanical interlocking between the cement grout sleeve and the ground provides a significant portion of the bond strength. In addition, long soil nails can be installed using the drilled and grouted method.

It can be seen that the percentage of clay, fine silt and fine sand has significantly increased, resulting from the time to time compaction in the pullout tests. More recently, an innovative pullout box was developed by Yin and Su More observations and results will x further discussed in Chapter 5. In the following section, the previous research work on the numerical modelling of the interaction between the soil nail and ground is reviewed.

The present study focuses on the grouted nails which are commonly used in Hong Kong. Approximately pullout tests were also performed on nails under various overburden pressures. Thank you for helping keep Eng-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts. It was observed that the lateral displacement increased in line with the increase in excavation depth. Theoretically, Luo et al. The technical guidance on the design of soil nail heads for soil cut slopes are given in GEO Vibrating wire strain gauges were installed in the soil nails in the most critical section of the slope, to measure the nail force distributions during the excavation, as shown in Figure 2.

For the internal stability checks, the French method considers the tensile resistance as well as the shear resistance of the soil nail in the analysis, while the other methods used only the tensile force of the inclusion for design.

Pun and Shiu compared hundreds of pullout test results with the estimated pullout resistance. It partly originated from techniques developed for rock-bolting and multi-anchorage system, and partly from reinforced soil technique CIRIA Therefore, the difference in the earth pressures around the soil nail is reasonable and acceptable. During the soil removal after pullout, the water content of the soil in the upper, middle, and bottom layer of the box was measured to check the degree of uniformity in the box.

The University of Hong Kong investigated soil nail pullout resistance in loose fills PradhanJunaideen et al. Soil nailing : best practice guidance Chu performed a series of interface shear tests between a CDG soil and cement grout to investigate cirua shearing behaviour at the soil-grout interface.

The main observations from the laboratory pullout tests are summarized from this chapter: A limit equilibrium design method using a circular slip analysis was used and verified by pullout tests. The soil nail pullout resistance is studied in a progressive way. The model mesh, simulation procedures, material constitutive models and parameters are presented and discussed. During installation of a FRP pipe nail in a drill hole normally of mm in Hong Kong, both the inside and outside of the FRP pipe are grouted with cement grout.

The potential failure modes c a soil nailed system are generally classified by the location of the potential failure surfaces. It was taken from a highway construction site at Tai Wai, Hong Kong.

As shown in the top view in Figure 4. This supports the general understanding that, at service load or pre-failure condition tensile reinforcement is dominant and that the nail bending contribution would increase during large slope slippage displacement, the post-failure stage. It should be noted that some researchers argue that the direct shear tests could not represent the behaviour of the reinforcement in the slope Sawicki The nails are usually cement-grouted under gravity or low pressure.

The main difference between the grouted nails and cigia nails is the grouting pressure and the installation technique. The applied pumping pressure depends on the field conditions, such as the distance and height between cement slurry and the drillholes. The soil bearing stress was obtained by Eq.

The design concept of the soil nail pullout box is to enable the study in the laboratory of a short length of soil nail in the passive zone of a soil nailed slope, as shown in Figure 4. A Phear ; et al Publisher: It appears that the FBG sensors show higher reliability than the strain gauges for the small strain monitoring. The density of the cement grout was 1.

Prescriptive design Wong and Pang for soil nailing has also been promoted in Hong Kong. The focus of this chapter is to further analyze the results during soil nail pullout testing. Test Setup, Materials and Procedures than kPawater filled the extension chamber and the waterproof front cell, and also flowed into the soil. Therefore, in the determination of soil nail pullout resistance, both factors should be considered. The contributions of the soil dilation and soil nail c to the pullout resistance ciris evaluated in the case studies.

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Voodooll This research was conducted primarily at the University of Davis by Bang et al. Creep displacements and the force distribution changes in the nails caused by creep effects were observed. Soil crack generation may occur more than once, resulting in several sudden decrease-increase changes as shown in Figures 5. Soil nailing has been found to be the most cost-effective method for larger projects that require considerable excavation using conventional methods FHWA As introduced in Section 3.

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