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Potential concrete aggregate reactivity in Northwestern Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 2004)
Laboratory testing and petrography indicate that a relatively high potential for Alkali-Silica reactivity exists in several aggregates in northwestern Nevada.
Comparison of deterministic, probabilistic, and rock mass classification methods of slope stability analysis at Bald Mountain Mine, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1990)
A detailed analysis was performed on the pit walls at Bald Mountain Mine, Nevada to evaluate the stability of the designed slopes. The slopes stability was assessed through the use of both probabilistic and deterministic ...
The construction aggregate potential of geologic deposits, Storey County, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1989)
The northern portion of the Virginia Range in Storey County, Nevada, contains geologic deposits that exhibit various qualities of potential construction aggregates. The reserves of Washington Hill could provide 5 million ...
The engineering properties of alluvial/colluvial fault scarp soils in the western Basin and Range, and their influence on fault scarp morphology/dating
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1983)
Both field and laboratory studies of the alluvial/colluvial soils, derived from various lithologies, that comprise the 1954 Dixie Valley – Fairview Peak fault scarps and the 1915 Pleasant Valley fault scarps of west- central ...
Characterization of the effects of lithophysae on the tensile strength of the Topapah Spring Tuff
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1993)
A study was conducted to determine the effects of lithophysae on the tensile strength of the lithophysal zone of the Topapah Spring Tuff from Yucca Mountain in southern Nevada. Lithophysae did have an effect on the direction ...