Interpretation and comparison of collapse measurement techniques

Sandra Houston, W. N. Houston, H. H. Mahmoud

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Abstract

The advantages of developing a stress-strain relationship from plate load tests for estimating collapse settlement are discussed, and a test procedure and analysis for in-situ collapse testing are addressed. Laboratory and field methods for assessing collapse potential are compared. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationGenesis and properties of collapsible soils. Proc. workshop, Loughborough, 1994
EditorsE. Derbyshire
PublisherKluwer; NATO ASI Series C, 468
Pages217-224
Number of pages8
StatePublished - 1995

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stress-strain relationship
laboratory method
field method
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in situ
analysis

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Houston, S., Houston, W. N., & Mahmoud, H. H. (1995). Interpretation and comparison of collapse measurement techniques. In E. Derbyshire (Ed.), Genesis and properties of collapsible soils. Proc. workshop, Loughborough, 1994 (pp. 217-224). Kluwer; NATO ASI Series C, 468.

Interpretation and comparison of collapse measurement techniques. / Houston, Sandra; Houston, W. N.; Mahmoud, H. H.

Genesis and properties of collapsible soils. Proc. workshop, Loughborough, 1994. ed. / E. Derbyshire. Kluwer; NATO ASI Series C, 468, 1995. p. 217-224.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Houston, S, Houston, WN & Mahmoud, HH 1995, Interpretation and comparison of collapse measurement techniques. in E Derbyshire (ed.), Genesis and properties of collapsible soils. Proc. workshop, Loughborough, 1994. Kluwer; NATO ASI Series C, 468, pp. 217-224.
Houston S, Houston WN, Mahmoud HH. Interpretation and comparison of collapse measurement techniques. In Derbyshire E, editor, Genesis and properties of collapsible soils. Proc. workshop, Loughborough, 1994. Kluwer; NATO ASI Series C, 468. 1995. p. 217-224
Houston, Sandra ; Houston, W. N. ; Mahmoud, H. H. / Interpretation and comparison of collapse measurement techniques. Genesis and properties of collapsible soils. Proc. workshop, Loughborough, 1994. editor / E. Derbyshire. Kluwer; NATO ASI Series C, 468, 1995. pp. 217-224
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