The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 46 (1968) > Issues > Issue 10 > Soil Stabilization Employing Surface and Depth Vibrators
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Soil Stabilization Employing Surface and Depth Vibrators

This paper gives the history of the utilization of ground stabilization techniques for the economic low-rise housing development of the City of Glasgow. It also discusses a semi-empirical approach to the design of ground stabilization works and presents long-term settlement records for three- to fivc-storey blocks of flats founded on stabilized ground. S. Thorburn and R.S.L. MacVicar

Author(s): Thorburn, S;MacVicar, R S L

Keywords: soil improvement;glasgow, scotland;design;vibration