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Developing International Protocols for Offshore Sediments and their Role in Geohazards: Characterization, Assessment, and Mitigation
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  Experiment-1: Variable Penetration Rate Control System for Cone Testing
Dates: June 13, 2011 - December 01, 2011
Description: Experiment 1 focused on the development of a modular equipment system that enables variable penetration rate control during cone penetration testing. The nees@UCLA CPT truck was utilized for this research. As detailed in the experiment, the challenges...
Facility: University of California, Los Angeles, CA, United States

  Experiment-2: Stability of Sensitive Clay Slopes
Dates: June 06, 2010 to Present
Description: Experiment 2 used the nees@UCDavis small geotechnical Schaevitz centrifuge to study the static/cyclic softening of plastic, sensitive clay slopes. Based on the significant geo-hazards such as recent submarine landslides and quick clay failure, sensitive...
Facility: University of California, Davis, CA, United States


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