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Volume 48, Number 3

Australian Geomechanics Journal
Volume 48, Number 3

September 2013

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In this issue

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Cover

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Contents

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The importance of geology and roof shape on the stability of shallow caverns

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Problems with liquefaction criteria and their application in Australia

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Towards the development of a new guideline for the design of geosynthetic-reinforced column-supported embankments

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Stability of excavations in unsaturated fissured clay

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In situ and laboratory testing of soft clays

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Estimating in situ compression parameters from remoulded and field test data

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Use of digital imaging for gradation and breakage of railway ballast

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Optimising the pattern of semi-rigid columns to improve performance of rail tracks overlying soft soil formation

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Advanced quality assurance for piling works for the Wicet Project in Gladstone

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Geotechnical characteristics of aged biosolids stabilised with cement and lime

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Estimation of drainability and its effect on the design moisture content of base course material

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Suction-monitored direct shear apparatus: A simple device for unsaturated soil testing

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Unsaturated soil-cement interface behaviour in direct shear tests

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Geotechnical aspects of a drainage culvert