Design and Construction of Earth Retaining Systems
Edited by Richard J. Finno, Youssef Hashash, Carlton L. Ho, and Brian P. Sweeney
Geotechnical Special Publications (GSP) GSP 83
1998 / 184 pp.
Soft Cover - In Stock
$39.00 List / $29.25ASCE Member
Stock No. 40390 / ISBN: 9780784403907
Proceedings of sessions of Geo-Congress '98, held in Boston, Massachusetts, October 18-21, 1998. Sponsored by the Geo-Institute of ASCE.
This Geotechnical Special Publication contains 10 papers focusing on innovations in design and construction of earth-retaining systems, design criteria, specialty testing programs, and instrumentation monitoring. Most papers focus on the design and construction aspects of various segments of the Central Artery/Tunnel project in Boston, including:
- proposed soil-cement mixing in the Fort Point Channel;
- design of the jacked tunnels that run underneath railroad tracks leading to South Station;
- instrumentation used on a project-wide basis with emphasis on the soil-mix and jacked tunnel sections;
- base stability issues and effects of soil-cement treatment;
- design and performance of a tied-back sheet pile wall in soft clay; and
- a case study of a Casting Basin.
Other papers describe anchored, deep soil-mixed cutoff walls and design-build tied-back walls in Wisconsin; the use of soil nails in soft clay; deep excavations in Berlin, Germany; and precast, prestressed slurry walls.