Mechanically Stabilized Earth Walls – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Quiz
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MSE walls have been in use in the United States for over 40 yearsCorrectIncorrect
MSE are the most common retaining wall used for transportation applications.CorrectIncorrect
Advantages of MSE walls include:CorrectIncorrect
The design life of an MSE wall is usually:CorrectIncorrect
MSE walls are much more complicated to design than conventional cast in-place concrete walls.CorrectIncorrect
All MSE walls are designed by the wall system manufacturer.CorrectIncorrect
The proper compaction of the wall backfill material is very important.CorrectIncorrect
Reasons for some poor performance of MSE walls include:CorrectIncorrect
MSE walls are superior to other wall types built in poor subsurface soil conditions.CorrectIncorrect
MSE wall panels are firmly fixed to each other such that they cannot be separated.CorrectIncorrect