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STABILIZATION OF CLAYEY SOIL USING LIME AND

2017-5-14  of admixture cement. And for the combination of cement and lime, MDD occurred at 4% lime for 4% cement. The stabilization with lime is very promising compared to the cement stabilization. INTRODUCTION Expansive soils are colloidal soils containing particles less than 2 micron size, the traction varying between 50 and 70 percent. They are formed ...

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(PDF) Soil stabilization with lime and cement - ResearchGate

During the study, the researchers added three ratios (7, 15 30)% of both cement and lime on each soil type to produce (18 samples) in addition to

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Stabilization of Clay Soils by Portland Cement or Lime—

2020-12-22  the most prominent is lime, followed by portland cement. Through stabilization, the plasticity of soil is reduced, it becomes more workable, and its compressive strength and load-bearing properties are improved. Such improvements are the results of a number of chemical processes that take place in the presence of a stabilizer.

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Stabilization of Clayey Soil Using Lime and Prosopis Fibers

2018-12-31  In this paper, an experimental study was carried out to evaluate the geotechnical properties of clayey soil stabilized using lime and prosopis fibers. In the present study, the fibers used were at 0.0, 0.25, 0.50, 0.75 and 1.0% by weight of the soil and the amount of lime used was kept constant as 4%.

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Lime vs. Cement: Which Soil Stabilization Method is Better?

2021-4-23  Lime is used in soil stabilization applications to develop long-term permanent strength in fine-grained soils high in silt and clay content. Lime stabilization uses pozzolans, which are naturally present in clay soils, to generate cementitious bonds that permanently strengthen a soil. Pozzolans such as silica and alumina react with calcium ...

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(PDF) Stabilization of clay soils using lime and

2013-5-1  The stabilization of acidic soil using lime, resulted in lower compressive strength than that of alkaline soil [19, 20]. ... Improve Clayey Soils Characterize by Lime and Nano-Lime Conference Paper

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(PDF) Stabilization of a Clayey Soil with Fly Ash and Lime:

2012-6-22  8.5 % of lime is added to the soil and 20 % fly ash mix, the target pH value of 12.4 is achieved indicating that. 8.5 % is the minimum dosage of lime. From the

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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SOIL STABILIZATION USING

2021-9-3  Mr R Prabhakaran in 2019 published a paper that deals with the comparative study on soil stabilization using lime and cement. He uses lime and cement upto 15%. He conducted various tests including liquid limit test plastic limit test cbr test and unconfined compressive strength test. The findings shows that upto 10% substitution is possible ...

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Lime stabilization for compressed stabilized earth

2020-6-1  Lime is environmentally friendlier than cement. This study was performed with the aim of finding the suitability of lime and lime-cement combinations as the stabilizer for CSEB production with reduced clay and silt contents. The soil selected for this study was modified to obtain clay and silt contents of 5 %, 10 %, and 15 %.

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Local Earth Stabilization; Experimental Review of Cement

2021-4-1  Cement also increases the resistance to moisture and soil bearing capacity, however, the effects of lime on bearing capacity are not very significant, but it

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Stabilization of Clayey Soil Using GGBF Slag With Portland

2018-5-17  The purpose of this study is to investigate the utilization of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace (GGBF) Slag with lime and cement as stabilizer.Soil sample collected for this study was classified as clayey soil of low plasticity (CL).The optimum cement content has been fixed as 7% by dry weight of soil, which was replaced with GGBF as Cement:GGBF ...

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Experimental study on stabilization of a low plasticity

2013-12-5  Furthermore, 3, 5, 7, and 9 % weight percentages for lime and cement were chosen. Stabilized soils were tested in 7-, 14-, 21-, 28-, and 60-day periods (intervals). Results related to uniaxial resistance tests on the untreated and treated soil with lime and cement are shown in the following sections.

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Effectiveness of Portland Cement and Lime in Stabilizing

2001-1-1  Comparative laboratory and field performance studies by others, focusing on stabilization of clay soils with portland cement or lime, are critically reviewed. Several factors affecting stabilization are discussed, including stabilizer test procedures, dosage effects to soil properties, mixing, compaction, and gradation and pulverization.

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Effect of Lime, Cement, and Lime-Cement Stabilisation on

2019-12-11  Reported herein are the experimental program and testing results for a medium plasticity clayey soil stabilised with lime, cement and lime-cement. For the soil tested herein, the results have shown that lime stabilisation using minimum lime demand helps to increase compressive strength, bearing capacity and hydraulic conductivity of the soil ...

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Stablization of Clayey Soil Via Lime and Plastic Fibre for

2021-9-30  The inclusion of fibre within lime-stabilised soil helps to increase the peak axial stress, achieve the residual strength, increase the modulus of

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Effect of Soil Stabilization on Subgrade Soil Using

2021-9-5  Misra (1998) studied the use of fly ash for subgrade clayey soil and has proved to be successful when used in stabilizing clayey soil (Arora Aydilek, 2005). After stabilization using fly ash tests like Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCS) and California Bearing Ratio (CBR) are used to measure the strength characteristics of the stabilized soil.

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STABILIZATION OF SUBGRADE BY USING ADDITIVES

2019-4-23  reaction. For many years, researchers have done soil stabilization through the utilization of additives including cement, lime, industrial waste products, fly ash, and calcium chloride. Now a days using lime, cement, fly ash, and their combinations for Chemical stabilization of the soil is very common.

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Lime stabilization for compressed stabilized earth

2020-6-1  Lime is environmentally friendlier than cement. This study was performed with the aim of finding the suitability of lime and lime-cement combinations as the stabilizer for CSEB production with reduced clay and silt contents. The soil selected for this study was modified to obtain clay and silt contents of 5 %, 10 %, and 15 %.

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Local Earth Stabilization; Experimental Review of Cement

2021-4-1  Cement also increases the resistance to moisture and soil bearing capacity, however, the effects of lime on bearing capacity are not very significant, but it

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Laboratory study on stabilization of clayey soil with

2017-5-3  Cement kiln dust to obtain the optimum percentage for stabilization of soil through compaction tests i.e. CKD content of 6, 12, 18 and 24%. (ii) Waste polypropylene fiber to study its effect on compaction characteristics of CKD stabilized clayey soil i.e. to determine suitable soil:CKD:polypropylene fiber proportion.

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Stabilization of Silty Clayey Dredged Material Journal of

This paper compares experimental results on the stabilization of clayey dredged material (DM) using quicklime (QL), hydrated lime (HL), portland cement (PC), and Class F fly ash (FA). The DM was a clay, high-plasticity soil, dredged from the US Army Corps of Engineers Port Arthur (USACEPA) facility along the Neches River located in Orange and ...

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Stabilization of Soils with Lime, Lime-Flyash, and Other

China and India also have used lime stabilization in various ways throughout their long history. Chinese engineers have used lime-stabilized clay-gravel for massive bridge footings and underground chambers. Engineers from India tell of using lime-clay-sand mortars in construction of tall masonry dams. Ja their country, this treat­

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SOIL STABILIZATION USING LIME AND FLY ASH

2019-1-30  As per soil sample are tested in CBR test with lime and fly ash and the result shows that’s clay soil , lime and fly ash soil good in stability. 5.2 DIRECT SHEAR: 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 type a type b type c type d. D PENETRATION . CBR TEST . Series1 Series2 Series3 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 type a type b type c type d. ss Normal stress . DIRECT ...

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Lime vs. Cement: Which Soil Stabilization Method is Better?

2021-4-23  Lime is used in soil stabilization applications to develop long-term permanent strength in fine-grained soils high in silt and clay content. Lime stabilization uses pozzolans, which are naturally present in clay soils, to generate cementitious bonds that permanently strengthen a soil. Pozzolans such as silica and alumina react with calcium ...

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Effect of Lime and Cement on the Geotechnical Properties

The technique of the stabilization to improve such a soil state using cement and lime is utilized all around the world. The stabilization of the soil can be a very important solution because it brings important modifications to their geotechnical properties. ... Experimental study on stabilization of a low plasticity Clayey soil with cement ...

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Stabilization of clayey soil using lignosulfonate

2017-9-1  Stabilization of soils is an economical and lasting method to achieve the desired geotechnical properties. Chemical stabilization of the soil is a popular and effective technique that enhance the workability and shear strength of soil. Cement, lime, gypsum, slag, alum and fly ash are examples of chemical additives that have been used ...

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Stabilization of residual soil with rice husk ash and

The results showed that both shear strength and impermeability of residual soil improved significantly upon MICP treatment. The improvement increased with increasing soil density. Keywords—Bacteria, biocementation, bioclogging, calcite precipitation, soil improvement.

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Local Earth Stabilization; Experimental Review of Cement

2021-4-1  Cement also increases the resistance to moisture and soil bearing capacity, however, the effects of lime on bearing capacity are not very significant, but it

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Stabilization of Amol fat clay using seashell ash

One of the methods used to improve the physical and mechanical properties of problematic soils is chemical stabilization. This study appraises the eventuality of using seashell ash (SSA), to enhance engineering properties of the fat clay. For this purpose, samples were prepared at five different contents of SSA (i.e., 0, 3, 6, 9, and 12% by dry weight of the soil) and four various

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Stablization of Clayey Soil Via Lime and Plastic Fibre for

2021-9-30  Soil is the most widely used and basic material for civil engineering. The soil is used for houses, walls, bridges and roads. The Earth provides various types

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