Oklahoma has been using CLSM (flowable fill) as a backfill behind integral abutments for a while now. I just ran some numbers and am getting a passive pressure of 5 times that of granular backfill. I'm using a cohesion value of half of the compressive strength. I assumed a compressive strength of 150 psi.
Has anyone else ever looked into this?
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