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Tensar International Ground Coffee Blog / subgrade stabilisation

by Andrew Lees, on 06-Feb-2020 04:50:08

Land reclamation has been used for centuries to create new, useable land from the sea, lakes and rivers, to provide extra space for agriculture, homes, ports, transport and industry. There …

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by Jonathan Cook, on 16-Jan-2020 05:05:32

Cement and chemical stabilisation is not the only green and cost-effective alternative to dig and replace for delivering a robust and long-lasting roads network. Two of the central pillars of …

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by Andrew Lees, on 28-Nov-2019 04:50:59

Liquefaction can occur when saturated or partially saturated loose sands lose strength and stiffness due to a rapid increase in pore water pressure due to cyclic loading, such as during …

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by Andrew Lees, on 21-Nov-2019 05:43:00

What is settlement? In geotechnical engineering, settlement is defined as the downward movement of the ground due to changes in stresses within it. Excessive ground movements can cause damage in …

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