Proceedings of the Deep Mixing 2015 Conference, (DFI)
Deep Mixing in the United States: Milestones in Evolution
Donald A. Bruce, Ph.D., D.GE., C.Eng., Geosystems, L.P., United States
The Deep Mixing Methods (DMM), in their current forms, have been employed in the United States since 1986, although an earlier version had seen service from 1954. The earlier developments were strongly influenced by practices in the Nordic countries and Japan, while by the late 1980ís several DMM systems had been developed in the U.S. itself. Since then, DMM has continued its evolution, principally via the challenges of a series of large, landmark projects, but also via distinct, significant technological advances. This paper highlights the key points in the history of DMM in the U.S., and provides an overview of the different methods currently in use.
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