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Slope Stability for Dredging

Slope Stability for Dredging

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Hi, does anybody has any references for underwater slope stability? This is for a dredging project in soft clays and loose sand soils. Thanks !

RE: Slope Stability for Dredging

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RE: Slope Stability for Dredging

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BigInch, thanks for the reply. Do you have any reference for selecting that slope?

RE: Slope Stability for Dredging

No, that's from digging pipeline trenches offshore Gulf of Mexico's sandy side clays. You might have a look at the Corps of Engineers coastal engineering and protection design manuals available online.

http://www.publications.usace.army.mil/USACE-Publi...

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RE: Slope Stability for Dredging

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BigInch, thanks again. Those USACE manuals are quite intense but I am sure they are good reference. Hope I can find something about Slope Stability for Dredging. Thanks !

RE: Slope Stability for Dredging

Sounds like you should do some intense reading. I'm sure you'll find what you need there. They contain very practical design methods and are well worth the read.

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