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Slurry Wall Educational Video

by Admin 27. March 2013 08:56

Slurry Wall

Continuing Education Video

Slurry Trench Wall Hydraulic Barrier Application video on the design and construction of slurry walls developed at the University of Texas at Austin, sponsored by Remedial Construction Services, L.P. and Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers. This video provides an overview and history of the slurry wall geotechnical construction technology which is used to provide solutions to groundwater control issues.

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Technology Overview

Deep Soil Mixing is a soil improvement technology used to construct cutoff or retaining walls and to treat contaminated soils, in-situ. This is accomplished with a series of overlapping stabilized soil columns (typically 24 to 56 inches in diameter and greater than 40-feet in depth). The stabilized soil columns are formed by a series of mixing shafts (2 to 4), guided by a crane-supported set of leads. As the mixing shafts are advanced into the soil, (grout or slurry) is pumped through the hollow stem of the shaft and injected into the soil at the tip. The auger flights and mixing blades on the shafts blend the soil with the (grout or slurry) in pugmill fashion.  more >>>