Grouting in Soil

Grouting in Rock


Soil Mixing

Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) is pleased to host GroutLine, an online library of papers on grouting approaches, procedures and guidelines. Papers have been authored by industry experts and those articles have been edited by Paolo Gazzarrini of Sea to Sky Geotech. We welcome all with an interest in this subject matter to create a DFI profile to access over 60 articles in GroutLine’s library at no cost. By becoming a GroutLine subscriber, you agree to receive email from DFI relating to its events, membership, and publications as well as newsletters, updates and other announcements. We encourage you to join DFI in support of this publication.

DFI welcomes and encourages submission of technical articles on the design and construction of grouting and grouting applications for consideration of publication in GroutLine. Topics of interest include jet grouting, compaction grouting, permeation grouting, compensation grouting, rock fissure grouting, karst, deep soil mixing, cutoff methods, soil stabilization, instrumentation, project information management, measurement while drilling, sustainability, equipment and methods, grout materials, geophysical methods, monitoring and verification. Additionally, case histories on the application of grouting for dams, levees, mines, tunnels, seismic retrofit and remediation, ground treatment, infrastructure, deep foundations, anchors and micropiles. Your submission will be reviewed by GroutLine’s editor, Paolo Gazzarrini, and finalized for publication if chosen.

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