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POTENTIAL VERTICAL RISE OF NATURAL SUBGRADE SOILS TXDOT DESIGNATION TEX124E CONSTRUCTION DIVISION 3 – 3 EFFECTIVE DATE JANUARY 2017 63 Determine the LL percent moisture content percent soil binder minus No 40 material and the PI of material from cores representative of each soil layer or drill cuttings in

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  • DETERMINING POTENTIAL VERTICAL RISE

    DETERMINING POTENTIAL VERTICAL RISE

    DETERMINING POTENTIAL VERTICAL RISE TXDOT DESIGNATION TEX124E CONSTRUCTION DIVISION 3 – 10 EFFECTIVE DATES AUGUST 1999– FEBRUARY 2014 511 If core samples were paraffined for moisture preservation use those samples in this procedure 512 It is preferable to take moisture samples for each layer at the time of sampling regardless

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  • Tex124E Potential Vertical Rise of Natural Subgrade

    Tex124E Potential Vertical Rise of Natural Subgrade

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  • Jorge G Zornberg PhD PE  Texas AM University

    Jorge G Zornberg PhD PE Texas AM University

    TxDOT Test Procedure Tex124E TxDOT PDM Chapter 3 Section 2 Tex124E “Determining Potential Vertical Rise” is the recommended procedure for determining PVR A 15foot soil column is recommended for the analysis to determine PVR The least amount of PVR for design is 15 inches for main lanes 20 inches for

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  • METHOD FOR DETERMING THE POTENTIAL VERTICAL RISE

    METHOD FOR DETERMING THE POTENTIAL VERTICAL RISE

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  • Potential Vertical Rise TEX 124 E  Geotechnical

    Potential Vertical Rise TEX 124 E Geotechnical

    Follow the procedure outlined in Tex124E Figures 1 and 2 allow you to calculate PVR for each 1ft layer for example and you sum the results within your active zone I made my own spreadsheet took years to develop because as you noticed the vertical strain vs pressure in Fig 2 is nonlinear

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  • Summary of Recent Activities and Site Locations in TxDOT

    Summary of Recent Activities and Site Locations in TxDOT

    For the Tex124E method an Excel workbook calculated the PVR based on the input parameters from above and produced a PVR of 216 inches The results for both methods including the PVR curvesie the swelling of each subgrade layer versus the original height of the

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  • Jorge G Zornberg PhD PE  Texas AM University

    Jorge G Zornberg PhD PE Texas AM University

    TxDOT Test Procedure Tex124E TxDOT PDM Chapter 3 Section 2 Tex124E “Determining Potential Vertical Rise” is the recommended procedure for determining PVR A 15foot soil column is recommended for the analysis to determine PVR The least amount of PVR for design is 15 inches for main lanes 20 inches for

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  • METHOD FOR DETERMING THE POTENTIAL VERTICAL RISE

    METHOD FOR DETERMING THE POTENTIAL VERTICAL RISE

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  • PDF DETERMINING MODULUS OF SUBGRADE REACTION

    PDF DETERMINING MODULUS OF SUBGRADE REACTION

    62 Method 2Laboratory Static Load Test 621 To determine the subgrade reaction when triaxial class Tex117E and PVR Tex124E are known 6211 First enter subgrade strength class at the bottom of the graph represented in Figure 1

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  • CALIBRATION OF PVR METHOD

    CALIBRATION OF PVR METHOD

    The Tex124E procedure is based on the research performed by Chester McDowell in the 1940’s and 1950’s and there have only been minor modifications since

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  • Section 2 Geotechnical Investigation for Pavement Structures

    Section 2 Geotechnical Investigation for Pavement Structures

    Section 2 Geotechnical Investigation for Pavement Structures Anchor i1012836 21 Introduction Soil is arguably the most critical component of any transportation system since all transportation systems are built either on in or with soil and products from the ground

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  • Determination of potential vertical rise in expansive

    Determination of potential vertical rise in expansive

    Expansive soils are a significant issue in Central Texas due to a high potential to shrink and swell which leads to cracking of roadways A significant amount of research has been conducted on expansive soils which has led to the development of direct and indirect methods to determine a soil’s swelling potential Tex124E which is

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    TxDOT Test Method Tex124E and the results of laboratory index tests 13 Summary of Recommendations The recommendations as summarized below are provided for use in the design and construction of the proposed residence 131 Recommended Site and Subgrade Preparation To provide adequate foundation support to the proposed residential

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  • Geotechnical Engineering Report

    Geotechnical Engineering Report

    inches as estimated by the Texas Department of Transportation TxDOT Method TEX124E 42 Earthwork Construction areas should be stripped of existing pavements utilities and other unsuitable material Any utilities leading into the planned excavation area should be completely removed If

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  • Geotechnical Engineering Report  Bastrop EDC

    Geotechnical Engineering Report Bastrop EDC

    Transportation TxDOT Method TEX124E at current conditions Based on the field and laboratory data available along with our previous experience it is our opinion that a monolithic slabongrade foundation system placed to bear on the existing soils would be appropriate to support the building

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  • Geotechnical Evaluation Report

    Geotechnical Evaluation Report

    The Potential Vertical Rise PVR was estimated for the site to be on the order of 2 to 3 inches using Texas Department of Transportation method Test Procedure TEX124E in a dry condition

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  • Pavement Design Basics

    Pavement Design Basics

    – PVR Tex124E • Material Designs – Treatment Tex120E 121E 127E 122E • Design Program Inputs and Results – FPS 21 summary • modified Texas Triaxial check • mechanistic checks • stress analysis etc – Alternate pavement design • AASHTO DARWin 31 design summary for CPCD rigid pavements • TxCRCPME Design

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  • Determination of potential vertical rise in expansive

    Determination of potential vertical rise in expansive

    The same stresses as well as the liquid limit plastic limit and moisture content are used to predict the PVR with the traditional Tex124E approach These results were analyzed and compared to the values to the PVR from the direct measurements taken in the DMSC approach for each site

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  • Relationship between LL PL and PI with Swell Potential

    Relationship between LL PL and PI with Swell Potential

    Feb 09 2004 · This method for estimating soil related movements is widely used in Texas and is known as “Tex124E Method for Determining the Potential Vertical Rise PVR” of the Manual of Testing Procedures of the Texas Department of Transportation TxDOT This is an empirical method and should be used applying criteria for local conditions

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