vibroflotation

vibroflotation

(ˈvaɪbrəʊfləʊˌteɪʃən)
n
(General Engineering) the use of a vibrating probe inserted into soil to prevent soil liquefaction, which can be a hazard in earthquakes
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The new DAT WideLog's enhanced multiple capabilities allow for a single data logger in situations that traditionally require more than one datalogger, such as jet grouting, cement injections, grouting, drilling, MWD tests, CFA, deep mixing, soil mixing, vibroflotation, diaphragm walls, hydromills, and Lugeon and Lefranc tests.
For the present study, data acquired before and after the ground compaction process performed via vibroflotation, were inverted according to the Full Velocity Spectrum (FVS) approach (Dal Moro, 2014) and obtained [V.
Ground compaction was performed by means of a vibroflotation process down to a depth of 15 m.
The key focus area of the company includes piling, jetgrouting, CFA, diaphragm walls, drilling, grout injection, soil mixing, vibroflotation, Lugeon tests, mineral investigation.
DAT instruments is an Italian company that specializes in the design and production of instruments and software used in special foundation jobs such as piling, jet grouting, CFA, diaphragm walls, drilling, grout injection, soil mixing and vibroflotation.