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Measuring Equivalent Cohesion Ceq of the Frozen Soils by Compression Strength Using Kriolab Equipment

Authors
  • Lemenkov, Vasiliy
  • Lemenkova, Polina
Publication Date
May 05, 2021
Identifiers
DOI: 10.2478/ceer-2021-0020
OAI: oai:HAL:hal-03218868v1
Source
HAL-INRIA
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Language
English
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Abstract

Current paper presents the results of the experimental analysis on permafrost uppermost soil samples with various physical properties (moisture, porosity) tested with varied external pressure and time. The aim of this work is to test properties of the soil samples intended for the construction of buildings, railways and objects of civil infrastructure by modeled external pressure, data visualization and analysis. Variations in the soil samples were studied by analysis of the equivalent soil cohesion (Ceq) in frozen soil samples. Methods include integrated application of the laboratory experiments, methods of the statistical data analysis and 3D plotting performed by the selected LaTeX packages. Laboratory experiments were performed using KrioLab equipment 'Sharikovy Stamp PSH-1'. The 15 series of experiments have been tested. Models of the soil strength are graphically presented and statistically analyzed showing the results of the experiment.

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