what it is:
The in-situ compaction of loose granular soils by penetration of vibratory probe or vibroflot resulting in the localized liquefaction, an almost immediate settlement and overall improvement of the characteristics of the surrounding soils.
how it works:
The vibrating energy developed by the probes combined with the use of air and water to aid the process is rearranging the soil matrix into a denser state improving the overall stiffness of the granular soil.
why it’s used:
Mitigate the risk of liquefaction and densify loose granular soils—often used in the compaction of hydraulic fills In large reclaimed areas.
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