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Soil-Bentonite Slurry Trench Cutoff Wall Bore Logs, Jeffrey C. Evans Aug 2019

Soil-Bentonite Slurry Trench Cutoff Wall Bore Logs, Jeffrey C. Evans

NSF Soil-Bentonite Slurry Trench Cutoff Wall Documents

Bore logs for the soil-bentonite slurry trench cutoff wall constructed in Montandon Pennsylvania.


Data Sheet For Cone Penetration Test In Soil-Bentonite Cutoff Wall, Jeffrey C. Evans Jul 2019

Data Sheet For Cone Penetration Test In Soil-Bentonite Cutoff Wall, Jeffrey C. Evans

NSF Soil-Bentonite Slurry Trench Cutoff Wall Datasets

This data sheet shows the measurements taken using a cone penetration test in a soil-bentonite slurry trench cutoff wall. The testing was done following ASTM D 3441.


Data Sheet For Marchetti Dilatometer In Soil-Bentonite Cutoff Wall, Jeffrey C. Evans Jul 2019

Data Sheet For Marchetti Dilatometer In Soil-Bentonite Cutoff Wall, Jeffrey C. Evans

NSF Soil-Bentonite Slurry Trench Cutoff Wall Datasets

This data sheet shows the measurements taken using a Marchetti dilatometer in a soil-bentonite slurry trench cutoff wall for the purpose of finding the in situ lateral stresses. There are several data sets within the data sheet. Each set is labelled with the time, date, and location along the cutoff wall. The transverse orientation is perpendicular to the wall alignment and the longitudinal orientation is parallel to the wall alignment.


Data Sheet For Vane Shear Testing In Soil-Bentonite Cutoff Wall, Jeffrey C. Evans Jul 2019

Data Sheet For Vane Shear Testing In Soil-Bentonite Cutoff Wall, Jeffrey C. Evans

NSF Soil-Bentonite Slurry Trench Cutoff Wall Datasets

This data sheet shows the measurements taken from vane shear tests in a soil-bentonite slurry trench cutoff wall. The vane obtained for the test was built in accordance to the ASTM standards of designation 2573. Due to the softness of the clay, to ensure the feasibility of acceptable torque resolution, the vane’s diameter, shaft diameter, and vane height at 100 mm, 16.5 mm, and 250 mm respectively were the largest acceptable sizes to use from the abovementioned standards.


Modeling Land Subsidence Using Insar And Airborne Electromagnetic Data: Dataset, Ryan G. Smith, R. Knight Jan 2019

Modeling Land Subsidence Using Insar And Airborne Electromagnetic Data: Dataset, Ryan G. Smith, R. Knight

Research Data

Supporting dataset for article published in Water Resources Research, Volume 55, Issue 4, pages 2801-2819