The effects of elevated temperature on the engineering properties of seafloor sediments
|Authors:||Willams, Neil D.|
|Source:||622p. Institution: University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States|
|Note:||In English. Doctoral dissertation|
|Summary:||A high-temperature triaxial compression device was designed, fabricated, assembled and used for testing. Laboratory tests show that when the temperature is increased under drained conditions, the sample consolidates and the undrained shear strength of the soil increases. This increase in shear strength is directly proportional to the change in void ratio.—Modified author abstract.|
|Subjects:||Clay soils; Consolidation; Deformation; Engineering properties; High temperature; Laboratory studies; Marine sediments; Radioactive waste; Sediments; Soil mechanics; Soils; Temperature; Theoretical studies; Thermal effects; Thermomechanical properties; Waste disposal; Materials, properties|
|Copyright Information:||GeoRef, Copyright 2018 American Geosciences Institute.|
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