Vibro compaction and vibro stone columns are the two dynamic methods of soil improvement most commonly used worldwide. These methods have been developed over almost eighty years and are now of unrivalled importance as modern foundation measures. Vibro compaction works on granular soils by densification, and vibro stone columns are used to displace and reinforce fine-grained and cohesive soils by introducing inert material. This second edition includes also a chapter on vibro concrete columns constructed with almost identical depth vibrators.
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Stone columns are recognized as an environmently-friendly and cost-effective ground improvement technique. Stone columns are used in soft soil to increase the bearing capacity, reduce the settlement, increase the rate of settlement and reduce the liquefaction potential of the ground. This paper presents an analytical model utilizing the method of slices to predict the ultimate bearing capacity of the soil reinforced with a group of stone columns.