Accession Number : ADP002400
Title : Experiences with the Stabilization Sediments,
Corporate Author : JAPAN BOTTOM SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION TOKYO
Personal Author(s) : Nakamura,M.
Report Date : 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 21
Abstract : This paper deals with stabilizing methods for dredged material such as (1) progressive trenching, (2) solidification of surface layers, and (3) sand compaction piling. To study the progressive trenching method, which was developed in the United States, a small-scale test was carried out for dredged material from Lake Kasumigaura. The test results are reported herein. The solidification of the surface layer by powdery material instead of a slurry is discussed with examples. A new method of sand compaction piling tested to prevent turbidity from sea work is also reported.
Descriptors : *Environmental management, *Dredged materials, *Solidification, *Waste disposal, Japan, Sediments, Overlays, Sand, Soil stabilization, Compacting, Systems analysis
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE