• Full-scale field-testing of lime-cement columns in a very sensitive clay 

      Paniagua Lopez, Ana Priscilla; Bache, Bjørn Kristian Fiskvik; Lund, Alf Kristian; Karlsrud, Kjell (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    • Quick-clay landslide mitigation using potassium-chloride wells: Installation procedures and effects 

      Helle, Tonje Eide; Kvennås, Marianne; Kirkevollen, O. V.; Hamel, B.; Bache, Bjørn Kristian Fiskvik; Strand, S. A.; Svanø, G.; Gylland, A.; Haugen, E.; Wiig, T.; Horn, A. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Mitigation actions related to quick-clay slopes often induce undesirable changes to the terrain that may have negative impact on developed areas and local biodiversity. Soil improvement may prevent this. Lime-cement piling ...
    • Settlements of spread footing foundations on quick clay stabilized with lime and cement 

      Juvik, E. S.; Bache, Bjørn Kristian Fiskvik; Berre, S. S. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Since the early 70's ground improvement by use of stabilizing agents such as lime and cement has been widely used for solving geotechnical problems; either as a way to improve slope stability, reduce settlements or vibrations, ...
    • Site characterisation and some examples from large scale testing at the Klett quick clay research site 

      Long, Mike; L Heureux, Jean-Sebastien; Bache, Bjørn Kristian Fiskvik; Lund, Alf Kristian; Hove, Svein; Sødal, Karl Gunnar; Amundsen, Helene Alexandra; Nordal, Steinar; Montafia, Alberto (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      The Klett research site was developed in conjunction with the new E6 developments south of Trondheim, Norway. The site comprises non-sensitive clay to about 6 m to 8 m and quick clay with significant silt lenses below this ...
    • Strength and stiffness on lab-mixed specimens of stabilized Norwegian clays 

      Paniagua Lopez, Ana Priscilla; Bache, Bjørn Kristian Fiskvik; Karlsrud, Kjell; Lund, Alf Kristian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      In situ ground improvement by deep mixing the soil with stabilizing agents or binders as lime, cement, cement kiln dust or a combination of these is the most common method applied in the Nordic countries. In Norway, soil ...