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Title: 我が国の海成土地盤および有明粘土地盤の設計・施工事例の調査・分析
Other Titles: Investigation and Analysis of Case Histories of Design and Execution of Infrastructures on Marine Soil Ground and Ariake Soft Clay Ground in Japan by Questionnaire and Literature References
Authors: 棚橋, 由彦 / 和久田, 直孝
Authors (alternative): Tanabashi, Yoshihiko / Wakuda, Naotaka
Issue Date: Jul-1996
Citation: 長崎大学工学部研究報告 Vol.26(47) p. 287-294, 1996
Abstract: Recent increases of infrastructures on soft clay ground have been remarkable, because of increases of infrastructures themseleves and the lack of suitable plain and stiff site in Japan. In the northern Kyushu, The Ariake clay, i.e. the soft marine alluvial clay, is sedimented along the Ariake Sea. It is well-known as one of the most problematic soils in Japan, because of its high sensitibity and remarkable secondary compression. The aim of this paper is to offer the basic information about the current feature of designs and executions of infrastructures and trends of countermeasures on the soft clay grounds in Japan in always comparison with Ariake clay ground. The steps of the paper are first literature references and research in past ten years and secondly questionnaire to the local government offices around the Ariake Sea. The paper describes some of most effective methods of designs, executions and countermeasures of infrastructures on the Ariake soft clay grounds after the analysis of both literature references and questionnaire.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/14990
ISSN: 02860902
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 26, No. 47

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/14990

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