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2 Atterberg Limits of Bay Mud FIG_18A.jpg
3 Variation of Index Properties with Depth Muni Metro Turnback Site (Embarcadero Waterfront) FIG_19.jpg
4 Index Properties of Bay Mud Islais Creek Area Marshlands (Contract C Alignment) FIG_20.jpg
5 Index Properties of Bay Mud Islais Creek Channel Area (Digesters Project) FIG_21.jpg
6 Index Properties of Bay Mud DTX Segment Along Townsend Street (Mission Bay Area) FIG_22.jpg
7 Normalized Undrained Strength Behavior of Bay Mud DSS Tests FIG_23.jpg
8 Variation of Normalized Strength Ratios with Overconsolidation Ratio FIG_24.jpg
9 SHANSEP Principles of Normalized Undrained Strength Behavior FIG_25.jpg
10 Anisotropic Behavior of Soft Clays FIG_26.jpg
11 Normalized Strength-Strain Behavior from Undrained Ko-Triaxial Compression Tests FIG_27.jpg
12 Pore Pressure Behavior from Ko-Triaxial Compression Tests: NC Soil FIG_28.jpg
13 Excess Pore Pressures from Ko-Triaxial Compression Tests: OC Soil FIG_28A.jpg
14 Effective Stress Paths from Ko-Triaxial Compression Tests FIG_29.jpg
15 Anisotropy and Strain Compatibility Considerations FIG_30.jpg
16 Correlation of Normalized Strength Ratios from DSS and Vane Shear Tests FIG_31.jpg
17 SHANSEP Principles of Normalized Undrained Strength Behavior FIG_32.jpg
18 Undrained Shear Strengths from Vane Shear Tests Islais Creek T/S Project (Contract D) FIG_33.jpg
19 Stress History and Vane Shear Strengths Muni Metro Turnback Site FIG_34.jpg
20 Undrained Shear Strengths from Vane Shear Tests DTX Alignment Along Townsend Street FIG_35.jpg
21 Undrained Shear Strengths from Vane Shear Tests Islais Creek Area Along Davidson Street FIG_36.jpg
22 Stress History and Undrained Strengths from Vane Shear Islais Creek (Contract C) FIG_37.jpg
23 Vane Shear Strengths and Excavation Deformations Rankin Pump Station Site: Islais Creek Estuary FIG_37A.jpg
24 Undrained Shear Strengths from Vane Shear and Torvane Tests Hamilton Field, Deep Mud Area FIG_38.jpg
25 Undrained Shear Strength of a Site Undergoing Consolidation Under Recent Reclamation Fill FIG_39.jpg
26 Stress History and Undrained Vane Shear Strengths of Organic Bay Mud at a Recently Reclaimed Site FIG_40.jpg
27 Variations in Undrained Shear Strengths Between Offshore and Onshore Sites FIG_41.jpg
28 Field Vane Tests Inner Marshlands of Islais Creek Shallow Mud (Contract C Site) FIG_42.jpg
29 Comparison of Field Vane Shear Strength with Geotechnical Report Recommendations FIG_43.jpg
30 Vane Shear Strength Inner Marshlands at Islais Creek – Contract C Near McKinnon Street (Deeper Mud) FIG_44.jpg
31 Typical Results of CPT Tests in Bay Mud FIG_45.jpg
32 Correlation of Undrained Strengths from CPT and Vane Shear Tests Hamilton Field Site FIG_46.jpg
33 Correlation of Undrained Strengths from CPT and Vane Shear Tests Mission Bay Site Along Townsend Street FIG_47.jpg
34 Estimation of Maximum Past Pressures from Vane Shear Tests Hamilton Field Site FIG_48.jpg
35 Maximum Past Pressures Estimated from Vane Shear Tests Mission Bay Along Townsend Street FIG_49.jpg
36 Estimation of Maximum Past Pressures from Vane Shear Tests Hamilton Field Site: Shallow Mud Area Under Existing Levees FIG_50.jpg
37 Estimation of Maximum Past Pressures from Vane Shear Tests Shallow Mud – Free Field Area (HW) FIG_51.jpg
38 Estimation of Maximum Past Pressures from Vane Shear Tests Muni Metro East Site FIG_52.jpg
39 Undrained Shear Strenghts from Vane Shear Tests Muni Metro East Side FIG_52A.jpg
40 Estimation of Maximum Past Pressures from Vane Shear Tests Transbay Terminal Site FIG_53.jpg
41 Comparison of Undrained Shear Strengths from Vane Shear and UU Tests Muni Metro Turnback Site FIG_54.jpg
42 Title FIG_54A.jpg
43 Undrained Strengths from Vane Shear, UU, and Torvane Tests Digesters Site – Islais Creek Estuary FIG_55.jpg
44 Normalized Undrained Modulus from DSS Tests Normally Consolidated Bay Mud FIG_56.jpg
45 Normalized Undrained Modulus from DSS Tests Normally and Overconsolidated Bay Mud FIG_57.jpg
46 Variation of Normalized Modulus with Strain Level Ko- Triaxial Compression Tests FIG_58.jpg
47 Variation of Compression Ratio with Moisture Content: Bay Mud and Stiff Clays at Hamilton Field Site FIG_59.jpg
48 Variation of Compression Ratio with Moisture Content North Bay Site FIG_60.jpg
49 Variation of Recompression Ratio with Moisture Content FIG_61.jpg
50 Variation of Coefficients of Vertical Consolidation with Liquid Limit FIG_62.jpg
51 Variation of Hydraulic Conductivity with Void Ratio FIG_62A.jpg
52 Coefficient of Vertical Consolidation of Organic Bay Mud FIG_63.jpg
53 Post-Construction Settlements at a Preloaded Site North Bay Site FIG_64.jpg
54 Asaoka Method for Estimation of Coefficients of Consolidation and End of Primary Consolidation FIG_65.jpg
55 Estimates of Coefficients of Horizontal Consolidation Using the Asaoka Method (Jamialkowski, et al., 1995) FIG_66.jpg
56 Variation of Ch with Drain Spacing FIG_67.jpg
57 Variation of Coefficients of Secondary Consolidation with Consolidation Stress FIG_68.jpg
58 Variation of Coefficient of Secondary Consolidation with Moisture Content FIG_69.jpg
59 Variation of Ca with Moisture Content FIG_70.jpg
60 Long-Term Settlements at Mission and Howard Streets FIG_71.jpg
61 Extrapolation of Settlement Data at Mission Street Secondary Compression FIG_72.jpg
62 Estimation of Coefficients of Secondary Consolidation from Long-Term Settlement Data FIG_73.jpg
63 Estimation of Coefficients of Secondary Consolidation from Settlement Data FIG_74.jpg
64 Effects of Surcharge on Secondary Compression (Ladd, 1989) FIG_75.jpg
65 Reduction of Coefficient of Secondary Consolidation Due to Surcharge (Ladd, 1989) FIG_76.jpg
66 Shear Wave Velocities of Bay Mud FIG_77.jpg
67 Tentative Correlation of Shear Wave Velocity with Undrained Shear Strength of Bay Mud FIG_78.jpg
×1= 9 4 1×1= 1 5 8×1= 8 6 7×1= 7 7 8×3= 24.
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