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Consultancy Report
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Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation
Between

Gonda Kacheri & Jarwal Road Stations

Lucknow Division:North Eastern Railway

Consultancy No. RDSO/2006/GE: CR-0091 November 2006
Geo-technical Engineering Directorate

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Research Designs & Standards Organisation

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Description Introduction Reference Scope of work History, Site Observations and Causes of trouble Track Structure Testing of soil samples Slope stability analysis Site inspection and collection of field data Analysis and discussion of test results Formulation of remedial measures Recommendations Annexure- I Figures (i) Index plan (ii) Existing profiles (Fig 1 to 6) (iii) Proposed profiles (Fig 7 to 12) (iv) Slope stability analysis sheet (Fig 13)

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PREFACE This report is based on the basis of soil exploration, field investigation, soil testing and design calculation. The views expressed are subject to modification from time to time in the light of future developments on the subject. The views do not represent the views of the Ministry of Railways (Railway Board), Government of India.

This report is the property of the RDSO and is meant It may not be loaned, essentially for officials use. reproduced in part or in full or quoted as an authority without the permission of Director General, RDSO.

(S.K.Awasthi) Asstt. Research Engineer/GE

(Alok Kumar) Executive Director/GE

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However. temporary speed restriction varying from 30 kmph to 50 kmph has been imposed in the year 2006 at number of locations due to unstable formation.SYNOPSIS The down line between stations Colonelganj and Jarwal Road of Gonda Kacheri . This report includes remedial measures for rehabilitation of weak formation on six such locations on the abovementioned line. On request of NE Railway. detailed field investigation including collection of undisturbed/disturbed soil samples from troublesome sites have been undertaken by RDSO. Sectional speed of this route is 100 km/h.Jarwal Road section. ---------------------- . Lucknow division North Eastern Railway is troublesome requiring frequent track maintenance due to presence of a number of weak formation locations.

Deep ballast penetrations have been observed at many locations particularly more than 1. 3.2000. Low cess and deep rain cuts have been observed throughout the section. testing of soil samples and recommendations for the stabilisation of unstable formation on the above locations. Km Km Km Km Km Km 687/13-14 691/1-2 695/1-2 698/1-2 699/5-6 702/2-3 2. 2.2006 requested RDSO for field investigation of the problematic stretches and advise necessary measures.)/N. Flattening of slope has been observed at most of the locations. 96/W1/NE/DL/1 dated 05.0 HISTORY. SITE OBSERVATIONS AND CAUSES OF TROUBLE This doubling work was completed in the year 1999 & was opened to traffic in year 2002. 3. 4.5 m at km 691/1-2. Lucknow Jn.04. 1 . North Eastern Railway is troublesome requiring frequent track maintenance due to presence of a number of locations of weak formation. The section was opened for traffic on 01-09-2002. The present report covers with following stretches:1.1.Rly. 4. RDSO issued a certificate in year 2001 vide letter no RS/G/95/NER dated 17. vide his letter No. soil explorations. W/275/L/Da-3A dated 24.0 REFERENCE Divisional Railway Manager (Engg. 5.0 SCOPE OF WORK Scope of this report consists of site inspection.E.0 INTRODUCTION The down line between stations Colonelganj and Jarwal Road of Gonda Kacheri . slip was reported to occur twice in the year 2006.07. Railway Board had given dispensation for onemeter thick blanket on top of formation vide Board’s letter no. Lucknow division.Jarwal Road section.2001: 4.05. At km 691/1-2.1 Following observations were made during site visit: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) No blanket has been provided during construction. 6. RDSO team visited locations of weak formation in the month of August 06 to investigate and to suggest remedial measures.

At many locations. Existing slope has been found safe as the factor of safety is > 1.81m.275 300 mm 6.) Natural Moisture Content (NMC) Natural Dry Density (NDD) Grain Size Analysis OMC & MDD Triaxial shear test in consolidated Undrained condition with measurement of pore pressure (Cu) 7. the main causes of formation problems appears to be as given below: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Cess is eroded and its width is less than standard. The output (sketch) of the analysis is given as Fig.0 SITE INSPECTION AND COLLECTION OF FIELD DATA 8. The height of bank at this location is 3. the degree of compaction (NDD/MDD x100) has been found less than 98%. LWR PSC M+7 24.13. Bank is constructed with fine-grained soil.4. Slope stability analysis for the location km 691/1-2 (DN) has been done.) (b. 2 . Ballast penetration indicates that there is bearing failure of formation in general..) (c.) (d. RDSO. Non-provision of blanket material. 8.06 m.0 TRACK STRUCTURE Rail Sleeper Sleeper Density GMT Ballast : : : : : 52 Kg.0 SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS Slope stability analysis has been carried out with the help of slope/W software using results of soil testing carried out in GE Lab.4.) (e.0 TESTING OF SOIL SAMPLES The soil samples were tested in Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory of RDSO for the following tests: (a.1 Km 687/13-14  Height of the bank is 1.2 On the basis of site investigation. 5.

Flattening of slope and low cess has also been observed.4 Km 698/1-2     Height of the bank is 1. 1.2 Km 691/1-2    The height of the bank is 3. Pattern and extent of ballast penetration and bank profiles is shown in Fig. 8. The maximum ballast penetration of 100 cm (below right rail) has been measured.81 m.50 m. 2). Cross section & ballast penetration profile has been plotted. Cross section and ballast penetration profile has been shown in (Fig 3). Existing cross section and ballast penetration profile has been shown in (Fig 4). The ballast penetration has been measured and it varies from 37 cm to 46 cm. pot holes on cess and slopes and pond filled with water upto toe level were observed. The maximum ballast penetration has observed as 70 cm.58 m. One undisturbed and one disturbed soil samples were collected from formation to understand their behaviour and to assess the capacity to withstand dynamic loads. Low cess has also been observed. One undisturbed and one disturbed soil samples were collected from formation to understand their behaviour and to assess the capacity to withstand dynamic loads. The ballast penetration has been taken and observed as negligible. slips have occurred twice in Monsoon of 2006 and the temporary speed restriction of 30 kmph and 50 kmph were imposed subsequently. One undisturbed and one disturbed soil samples were collected from formation to determine the type of soil & its behaviour. 8. Cross section & Ballast penetration profile has been plotted showing the pattern and extent of ballast penetration and bank profiles (Fig. Flattening of slope and low cess has also been observed.5 Km 699/5-6. One undisturbed and one disturbed soil samples were collected from formation to determine the type of soil & its behaviour.  Height of the bank is 1. As reported by SSE/Pway/Jarwal Road. 3 . 8.   8.   Low cess.45 m.3 Km 695/1-2     Height of the bank is 1.

5.   Flattening of slope has been observed The ballast penetration has been taken and it vary from 26 cm to 33 cm.83 Nil 1. ballast Penetration(cm) Ballast Penetration Profile Proposed profiles Km 687/ 13-14 MI 86. 4.81 Fig 2 33 to > 100 Fig 2 Fig 8 Km 695/ 1-2 CL 96.27 Nil 1. Toe of the right side of the bank is submerged in pond water. Table-II Summery of observations S. 6 Items Formation soil type Degree of compaction (%) Blanket Bank height (m) Cross section Max.06 Fig 1 47 to 70 Fig 1 Fig 7 Km 691/ 1-2 ML Nil 3.95 m. No. The ballast penetration has been taken and it vary from 34 cm to 45 cm. 8.5 Fig 4 Not appr eciab le Fig 4 Fig 10 Km 699/ 5-6 CL 83. Flattering of slope has been observed. 8 4 .6 Km 702/2-3      Height of the bank is 2. Existing cross section and ballast penetration profile has been shown in (Fig 5) One undisturbed and one disturbed soil samples were collected from formation to understand their behaviour and to assess the capacity to withstand dynamic loads.45 Fig 5 26 to 33 Fig 5 Fig 11 Km 702/ 2-3 CI 86. Existing cross section and ballast penetration profile has been shown in (Fig 6) One undisturbed and one disturbed soil samples were collected from formation to understand their behaviour and to assess the capacity to withstand dynamic loads.58 Fig 3 37 to 46 Fig 3 Fig 9 Km 698/ 1-2 CL 97 Nil 1. 1. 3.6 Nil 2.24 Nil 1. 2.95 Fig 6 34 to 45 Fig 6 Fig 12 7.

6. From the above test results. In such type of soil.1 1. it is seen that the formation soil is classified as MI.e. 4.Km 687/13-14 (DN line) One undisturbed and one disturbed soil samples collected from this location were tested & test results are as under:- Soil Properties S. 5.0 ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION OF TEST RESULTS 9.89 13 0. which is much less than the required value of 98%. High pore pressure develops on application of load in such type of soil depending on drainage boundary. The degree of compaction indicates that the compaction at this location is only 86. which is low and does not require any slope stability analysis.06 m.33 1.05 Formation Soil (DS) CI 00 09 81 10 91 42 24 18 11.63 11.24%. No. Bank height is 1.9. 5 .5 1.32 - 3. 2. Soil Parameters Classification Grain size distribution: Gravel (%) Sand (%) Silt (%) Clay (%) Fines passing 75 sieve (%) Consistency Limits: Liquid Limit Plastic Limit Plasticity Index OMC (%) MDD(g/cm3) NMC NDD Cu Cc Shear parameters: C(kg/cm2)  (degree) Formation Soil (UDS) MI 05 14 80 01 81 37 25 12 19. dissipation of pore pressure will take place by draining out water through slope or from top of the embankment leading to slope flattening and disturbance to track geometry. 1. i.1 Location. silt with intermediate compressibility.

60 5.4 0. 2.4 of “Guidelines For Earthwork In Railway Projects”: July 2003.2 and 4.3.68 Formation Soil (DS) SP-SM 01 87 12 00 12 NP NP NP 3. High pore pressure develops on application of load in such type of soil depending on drainage boundary.No.81m. Soil Parameters Classification Grain size distribution: Gravel (%) Sand (%) Silt (%) Clay (%) Fines passing 75 sieve (%) Consistency Limits: Liquid Limit Plastic Limit Plasticity Index OMC(%) MDD(g/cm3) NMC NDD Cu Cc Shear parameters: C(kg/cm2)  (degree) Formation Soil (UDS) ML 00 36 64 00 64 NP NP NP 15. 1. dissipation of pore pressure will take place by draining out water through slope or from top of the embankment leading to slope flattening and disturbance to track geometry.3.63 - 3. 9. Under above circumstances for ML type of soil. minimum 100 cm thick compacted blanket layer is required at top of formation as per 6 . From the above test results. The height of bank at this location is 3. 4. it is seen that the formation soil is classified as ML i. 6.28 1.2 Km 691/1-2 Soil Properties S.Under above circumstances for MI type of soil.e.94 1. minimum 100 cm thick compacted blanket layer is required at top of formation as per Para4. silt with low plasticity.02 33. 5. Slope stability analysis has been done for this location is attached as Fig. In such type of soil.13.5 1.

4 of “Guidelines for earthwork in Railway projects”. 1.4 of “Guidelines For Earthwork In Railway Projects”: July 2003 9. Bank height is 1. July 2003. 6. 9. From the above test results.3. 2.e. Soil Parameters Classification Grain size distribution: Gravel (%) Sand (%) Silt (%) Clay (%) Fines passing 75 sieve (%) Consistency Limits: Liquid Limit Plastic Limit Plasticity Index OMC(%) MDD(g/cm3) NMC NDD Cu Cc Shear parameters: C(kg/cm2)  (degree) Formation Soil (UDS) CL 01 21 74 04 78 29 20 09 15 1. 4.4 Km 698/1-2 Soil Properties S. clay having low compressibility.No. it is seen that the formation soil is classified as CL i.No.3 1.Para-4. Hence. which is low and does not require any slope stability analysis.81 20.0 1.2 and 4.3.88 11.6 0. minimum 100 cm thick compacted blanket layer is required at top of formation as per para no.58 m. 1.3 Km 695/1-2 Soil Properties S.3.2 and 4. Soil Parameters Classification Formation soil (UDS) CL Formation soil (DS) CL-ML 7 . 5. 4.3.55 - 3.16 Formation Soil (DS ) ML 01 07 81 11 92 NP NP NP 10.

2. Soil Parameters Classification Grain size distribution: Gravel (%) Sand (%) Silt (%) Clay (%) Fines passing 75 sieve (%) Consistency Limits: Liquid Limit Plastic Limit 8 Formation Soil (UDS) CL 00 11 85 04 89 27 19 Formation Soil (DS) CL 00 18 74 08 82 33 22 3. 2. 9. which is low and does not require any slope stability analysis. 6. minimum 100 cm thick compacted blanket layer is required at top of formation as per para no.50 2. it is seen that the formation soil is classified as CL i. July 2003. From the above test results.No. 1. Hence. Grain size distribution: Gravel (%) Sand (%) Silt (%) Clay (%) Fines passing 75 sieve (%) Consistency Limits: Liquid Limit Plastic Limit Plasticity Index OMC(%) MDD(g/cm3) NMC NDD Cu Cc Shear parameters: C(kg/cm2)  (degree) 00 21 75 04 79 27 17 10 15.3.e.5 Km 699/5-6 Soil Properties S.5 m.00 14.2 and 4.0 1.36 00 19 81 00 81 26 19 07 9. 4.06 1.94 15.4 of “Guidelines for earthwork in Railway projects”.3.27 - 3. 5. 4. Bank height is 1. .6 1. clays having low compressibility.

56 14. it is seen that the formation soil is classified as CL i.2 0.27 - From the above test results. July 2003.8 7. Bank height is 1.3.45 m.6 Km 702/2-3 Soil Properties S.02 1.66 14. 9.9 0.e.2 and 4. 6. 4.0 1.91 - 3. Hence.07 32. 9 . 6.54 - 11 11. minimum 100 cm thick compacted blanket layer is required at top of formation as per para no. 4. which is low and does not require any slope stability analysis. 1. clay having low compressibility.17 Formation Soil (DS) CI 02 02 86 10 96 42 25 17 15 1. Soil Parameters Classification Grain size distribution: Gravel (%) Sand (%) Silt (%) Clay (%) Fines passing 75 sieve (%) Consistency Limits: Liquid Limit Plastic Limit Plasticity Index OMC(%) MDD(g/cm3) NMC NDD Cu Cc Shear parameters: C(kg/cm2)  (degree) Formation Soil (UDS) CI 00 02 92 06 98 40 24 16 22.93 19. 5.No.4.8 0. Plasticity Index OMC(%) MDD(g/cm3) NMC NDD Cu Cc Shear parameters: C(kg/cm2)  (degree) 08 15. 2.12 1.4 of “Guidelines for earthwork in Railway projects”. 5.5 0.3.38 0.

Bank height is 1. The thickness of blanket as per para no. (iv) Boulder pitching should be done at toe of slope upto height 30 cm above HFL.3. July 2003.06 m. July 2003. minimum 100 cm thick compacted blanket layer is required at top of formation as per para no.3. the location wise recommendations are as follow: General: (i) Laying of blanket of required thickness and specified material is the only effective remedial measure against bearing capacity failure.2 and 4.6 % against requirement of 98%.e.4 of “Guidelines for earthwork in Railway projects”. NDD/MDD x100 indicates that the compaction of this location is only 86.4 of “Guidelines for earthwork in Railway projects”. which is low and does not require any slope stability analysis. 10. The degree of compaction i. (iii) 30 cm clean ballast cushion should be ensured. Hence. 4.3.0 RECOMMENDATIONS Based on the details of site inspection of problematic stretches and test results of soil samples.e.From the above test results. should be ensured and it should be provided in full width of formation including widened portion.3.2 and 4. Clay with intermediate compressibility. The analysis and discussion of test results suggests provision of adequate thickness of the blanket of specified material as mentioned in Annexure-I.0 FORMULATION OF REMEDIAL MEASURES The remedial measures should aim to increase the bearing capacity of formation to prevent ballast penetration and sinking of formation due to traffic movement. 11. (ii) Top of formation must have a cross slope 1:30. it is seen that the formation soil is classified as CI i. 10 . 4.

low cess.1 For Km. 699/5-6 (i) (ii) 11. pot holes should be made good with compacted sand and turfing of slopes should be done. 698/1-2. Alternatively. 687/13-14 (i) Minimum 100 cm thick compacted blanket cushion shall be provided as per the specification. -------------------- 11 . (ii) Low cess should be repaired and turfing should be done. 702/2-3 (i) Minimum 100 cm thick compacted blanket cushion should be provided.3 Minimum 100 cm thick compacted blanket layer should be provided. Low cess should be repaired and turfing should be done. 11. a toe wall may be provided at this location. Alternatively.2 For Kms 691/1-2.11. (iv) Boulder pitching should be done at toe of slope upto height 30 cm above HFL. 695/1-2. a toe wall may be provided at this location. (ii) Rain cuts. For Km. (iii) All locations where embankment is submerged & pond exists should be filled with soil upto sufficient distance (height of bank + 3 m) from the toe so that water logging can be avoided at the toe of embankment. (iii) All locations where embankment is submerged & pond exists should be filled with soil upto sufficient distance (height of bank + 3 m) from the toe so that water logging can be avoided at the toe of embankment.

Shri S.Awasthi ARE/Geotechnical Engineering under guidance of Shri Alok Kumar.P. Shri S. 5.R. 2.K.K.K.Gupta. 8.Premi . Executive Director/Geotechnical Engineering.P.D.Tirpude. 2. 6. JRE-I Shri Jayant Cahudhary. SRE associated in preparation of the Following staff were Consultancy Report: 1. Following staff of Geo-technical Engineering Directorate of RDSO were associated in soil exploration and testing: 1. SRE Shri G. Gupta.OFFICERS AND STAFF ASSOCIATED WITH PREPARATION OF REPORT The report has been prepared by Shri S.Chourasia. SRE Shri Shiv Kumar. 3.SSE(Design) Shri S.K. Shukla. SRE Shri S. 4. SSRE Shri Y. SRE Shri R. JRE-I 12 . 7. SRE Shri G.Shukla.K.Sharma.

13 .0 Blanket material should generally conform to following specifications: i) It should be coarse. granular and well graded. iii) Non-plastic fines (particles of size less than 75 micros) are limited maximum to 12% whereas plastic fines are limited maximum to 5%. vii) The material for upper blanket layer shall be well-graded sandy gravel or crushed rock within the enveloping curves for upper blanket layer as shown in annexure II. ii) Skip-graded material is not permitted.ANNEXURE . Cc = (D30) 2 / D 60 X D 10 should be within 1 and 3.I SPECIFICATIONS FOR BLANKET MATERIAL 1. iv) The blanket material should have particle size distribution curve more or less within the enveloping curves shown in Sketch The material should be well graded with Cu and Cc as under: v) Uniformity coefficient Cu = D 60 / D 10 > 4 (preferably >7) vi) Coefficient of curvature.

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ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm. 1 C L (UP) 5. 3. Pond filled with wate Bank Profile At Km 687/13-14 (DN) Between Colonelganj And Saryu stations C L (DN) DEPTH BELOW RAIL LEVEL 000 400 810 1100 DS-1 UDS-1 Ballast Penetration Profile At Km Km 687/13-14 Research Designs & Standards Organisation NOTES: 1. GE/SK/NE/464/Rev. NOT TO SCALE Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division.Figure. 2. DS INDICATES DISTURBED SAMPLE.06m W. North Eastern Railway DRG. UDS INDICATES UNDISTURBED SAMPLE.40m C L (DN) 2. 6 :1 1. L.0/2006 15 . NO.

40m 3. 1: 1 4. 2 C L (UP) (> 10. DS INDICATES DISTURBED SAMPLE.Figure. NO. C L (DN) Depth Below Rail Level 000 400 >1000 DS-2 UDS-2 >1000 (Digging was not possible) Ballast Penetration Profile At Km Km 691/1-2 NOTES: 1. GE/SK/NE/465/Rev.L. North Eastern Railway DRG.81m Bank Profile At Km 691/1-2 (DN) Between Colonelganj And Saryu stations G.0m) C L (DN) Pucca Drain 3. UDS INDICATES UNDISTURBED SAMPLE. NOT TO SCALE Research Designs & Standards Organisation Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm. 3.0/2006 16 . 2.

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm.1 :1 1. UDS INDICATES UNDISTURBED SAMPLE. DS INDICATES DISTURBED SAMPLE. 2.Figure.58m G. GE/SK/NE/466/Rev.30m C L (DN) 3 . North Eastern Railway DRG. 3 C L (UP) 5. NO. Bank Profile At Km 695/1-2 (DN) Between Saryu And Jarwal Road stations C L (DN) Depth Below Rail Level 000 400 750 860 DS-6 UDS-6 Ballast Penetration Profile At Km 695/1-2 Research Designs & Standards Organisation NOTES: 1.L. NOT TO SCALE Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division. 3.0/2006 17 .

230m 0. NO.50m G. North Eastern Railway DRG.0/2006 18 . 3.Figure.97:1 1. Bank Profile At Km 698/1-2 (DN) Between Saryu And Jarwal Road stations Depth Below Rail Level C L (DN) 000 400 550 760 DS-5 UDS-5 Ballast Penetration Profile At Km 698/1-2 Research Designs & Standards Organisation NOTES: 1. 2. DS INDICATES DISTURBED SAMPLE. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm. NOT TO SCALE Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division. UDS INDICATES UNDISTURBED SAMPLE. GE/SK/NE/467/Rev.1m C L (DN) 3:1 5. L. 4 C L (UP) 5.

Bank Profile At Km 699/5-6 (DN) Between Saryu And Jarwal Road stations Depth Below Rail Level C L (DN) 000 400 600 700 DS-4 UDS-4 Ballast Penetration Profile At Km 699/5-6 Research Designs & Standards Organisation NOTES: 1. UDS INDICATES UNDISTURBED SAMPLE.75 :1 G.2m C L (DN) 3. 5 L (UP) C 5. NO. GE/SK/NE/468/Rev. North Eastern Railway DRG. 3. L. 2. NOT TO SCALE Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm. DS INDICATES DISTURBED SAMPLE.Figure.85m 0.0/2006 19 .

L.31m C L (DN) 2 . 2.Figure. UDS INDICATES UNDISTURBED SAMPLE. DS INDICATES DISTURBED SAMPLE.95m Bank Profile At Km 702/2-3 (DN) Between Saryu And Jarwal Road stations Pond filled with wate Depth Below Rail Level 000 W. 3. 38 :1 2.35m 0. NOT TO SCALE Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division. C L (DN) 400 700 850 DS-3 UDS-3 Ballast Penetration Profile At Km 702/2-3 Research Designs & Standards Organisation NOTES: 1.0/2006 20 . GE/SK/NE/469/Rev. 6 C L (UP) 5. North Eastern Railway DRG. NO. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm.

0m Thick Blanket 2. NO.L.6 :1 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm. North Eastern Railway DRG.0/2006 21 .06m G. GE/SK/NE/471/Rev. 7 C L (UP) 5.40m C L (DN) Existing Profile Proposed Profile 1 IN 30 1 IN 30 1. Recommended Profile At Km 687/13-14 (DN) Between Colonelganj And Saryu stations Research Designs & Standards Organisation NOTES: 1. NOT TO SCALE Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division.Figure.

North Eastern Railway NOTES: 1.0/2006 22 .L. 8 C L (UP) (> 10. NOT TO SCALE DRG.Figure.81m G.0m Thick Blanket Pucca Drain 4. GE/SK/NE/472/Rev. Recommended Profile At Km 691/1-2 (DN) Between Colonelganj And Saryu stations Research Designs & Standards Organisation Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division. NO.0m) C L (DN) Existing Profile Proposed Profile 3:1 3.1:1 1 IN 30 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm.40m 3.

58m G. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm. 9 C L (UP) 5. Recommended Profile At Km 695/1-2 (DN) Between Saryu And Jarwal Road stations Research Designs & Standards Organisation Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division. GE/SK/NE/473/Rev.L.0m Thick Blanket 3:1 Existing Profile 3 :1 Proposed Profile 1. North Eastern Railway NOTES: 1.30m C L (DN) 900 1 IN 30 1 IN 30 1. NOT TO SCALE DRG.Figure. NO.0/2006 23 .

0/2006 24 .Figure.0m Thick Blanket Existing Profile 2:1 3:1 Proposed Profile 5.230m 0. NO. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm. L. North Eastern Railway NOTES: 1. 10 C L (UP) 5. NOT TO SCALE DRG.97:1 1.1m C L (DN) 900 1 IN 30 1 IN 30 1. GE/SK/NE/474/Rev.50m G. Recommended Profile At Km 698/1-2 (DN) Between Saryu And Jarwal Road stations Research Designs & Standards Organisation Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division.

Recommended Profile At Km 699/5-6 (DN) Between Saryu And Jarwal Road stations Research Designs & Standards Organisation Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division. NOT TO SCALE DRG.2m C L (DN) Existing Profile 2:1 900 1 IN 30 1 IN 30 1.85m 0. L.Figure 11 L (UP) C 5. NO. GE/SK/NE/475/Rev. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm.75 :1 G.0m Thick Blanket Proposed Profile 3. North Eastern Railway NOTES: 1.0/2006 25 .

35m 0. GE/SK/NE/476/Rev.0/2006 26 .31m C L (DN) 900 1 IN 30 1 IN 30 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN mm. NOT TO SCALE DRG. L. North Eastern Railway NOTES: 1.Figure 12 C L (UP) 5.0m Thick Blanket 2:1 Proposed Profile Existing Profile 2 .3 8:1 G. Recommended Profile At Km 702/2-3 (DN) Between Saryu And Jarwal Road stations Research Designs & Standards Organisation Rehabilitation Of Weak Formation From Km 687/0 to 703/0 (DN) Between Colonelganj & Jarwal Road stations on Lucknow Jn Division. NO.

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