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The versatility of Jet-Grouting as a soil improvement technique has made this procedure to be widely used in geotechnical engineering practice. In this work we discuss some aspects related to the THMC
coupling phenomena that may arise when the Jet-Grouting technique is employed. Namely, we describe some basic constitutive models that may be appropriate to simulate the response of the surrounding soils and that of the Jet-Grouted soil itself while those interactions take place.
CitationGesto, J.; Gens, A.; Arroyo, M. Modelling of Jet Grouting and its interactions with surrounding soils. A: ISSMGE - TC 211 International Symposium on Ground Improvement. "ISSMGE - TC 211 International Symposium on Ground Improvement IS-GI Brussels 31 May & 1 June 2012". Bruselas: 2012, p. 247-256.
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