Soil stabilization involves the use of stabilizing agents (binder materials) in weak soils to improve its geotechnical properties such as compressibility, strength, permeability and durability.
Lateritic soil mixed with ceramic dust with ratio from 0% to 30% achieved an increase in CBR from 6.82% to 21.97% and 4.55%–14.39% respectively as shown in Fig. 24 (Onakunle et al., 2019). CBR values increased at 2.32% and 1.56% when 10% glass powder was used as an additive to stabilise expansive subgrade at ratios 2%, 4%, 6%, 8% and 10% as shown in Fig. 25 ( Javed et al., 2020 ).
Soil stabilization using waste ceramic dust is one of such method, which can be used to improve the geotechnical properties of soil. Clayey soils have poor shearing strength and low bearing capacity. It is not easy to work with such soil, as it does not have enough strength to …
case when expansive soil or stratum is thin, then the entire layer can be removed. However, often the soil or stratum extends too deep and in that case this method is not economically efficient. This problem can be by overcome by using Brick Dust in
clay soil on addition of marble Powder into it. The expansive behavior of the clay has reduced to a great extent. Keywords— Marble dust, Black-cotton soil, Soil stabilization, CBR INTRODUCTION 1. Clay Soil In this thesis, soil is collected from
Sabat (2012a)  found that addition of ceramic dust to expansive soil resulted in change in soil classification from CH to CL according to Unified Soil Classification System. Addition of silica fume up to 30% resulted in the soil changing from high plasticity clay …
EFFECT OF SAW DUST ASH AND LIME ON EXPANSIVE SOIL (BLACK COTTON SOIL) R.Y. 1Kale, Kajal Chaudhari 2, Kasturi Bhadange 3, Vrushali Chune 4, Ganesh Kadu 5, Amol Tidke 6
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601 ISSN 1392–1320 MATERIALS SCIENCE (MEDŽIAGOTYRA).Vol. 21, No. 4. 2015 Use of Waste Marble Dust for Stabilization of Clayey Soil Altuğ SAYGILI * Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University, Department of Civil Engineering, 48000 Kötekli Campus, Muğla, Turkiye
· Soil stabilization is a method in which soil quality improves by using special soil, cement material, or other chemicals. Stabilization increases the shear strength of soil or controls the swelling properties of soil. It improves the load-bearing capacity of soil to …
· It is recommended that ceramic dust upto 20% may be used for improving the detrimental properties of clayey soil. The ceramic industry, which comprises with wall tiles, bricks and roof tiles, floor tiles, sanitary accessories, refractory materials and ceramic materials for domestic and other uses, is generating a huge amount of ceramic wastes.
Stabilization of Expansive Soil Using Waste Ceramic Dust. EJGE, 2012; 17-Bundle Z: 3915–26p. Moses GK, Saminu A. Cement Kiln Dust Stabilization of Compacted Black Cotton Soil. EJGE, 2012; 17-Bundle F: 825–833p. Al Karagooly HJ. Effect of Cement ...
Numerous distresses in pavement structures on chemically stabilized expansive soils have raised considerable debate regarding the long-term performance of lime-stabilized subgrades. Therefore, this paper examines the effects of continuous leaching on the durability of lime- and waste ceramic dust (WCD)-stabilized expansive subgrades. The tests were performed with different percentages of ...
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Stone dust was used in percentages of 5%, 12% and 18% of the dry mass of the soil sample to observe the soil behavior at even smaller percentages of SD to bring more efficiency in improvement as well as taking considerations of economicity.
The expansive soil collected locally was mixed with ceramic dust from 0 to 30% at an increment of 5%. From the economic analysis it was found that, ceramic dust up to 30% can be used in strengthening the subgrade of flexible pavements, to save the cost of
Expansive soil is one of major soil deposits of India. Expansive soil exhibit high rate of swelling and shrinkage when exposed to changes in moisture content and hence have been found to be most troublesome from engineering consideration.
· The potential for using recycled crushed ceramic rubble (RCCR), from building rubble, as a stabilizer for expansive soil was studied. Five different percentages of two gradations of RCCR were prepared and added to highly expansive soil (HES). The effects of RCCR on geotechnical properties and swelling stages of the soil were investigated.
Engineering Properties of an Expansive soil Stabilized with Rice husk ash and Lime sludge Akshaya Kumar Sabat Associate Professor Department of Civil Engineering ITER, S''O''A University, Bhubaneswar-751030, India e-mail: [email protected] ...
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of soil mass and 1.5%, 3%, 4.5% and 6% wood saw dust by weight of soil mass which gives the highest dry density less optimal moisture content. By the addition of dry waste paint and wood saw dust the effect of soil can be increased up to certain extent.
· The expansive soil is the type of soil that has swelling and shrinking nature which was based on the rate of absorption and evaporation of water present in it. When compared to wet state, the expansive soil possesses large extent of strength in the dry form. But
Properties of Lime Stabilized Expansive soil-Quarry Dust Mixes". Int. Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Development, vol.1, issue 2, pp.42-49.  Mir Sohail Ali, Shubhada Sunil Koranne (2011), "Performance Analysis of Expansive Soil
that ceramic dust upto 20% may be used for improving the detrimental properties of clayey soil. Keywords: Clayey Soil, Ceramic Dust, Environmental Pollution, Conventional Tests, Improvement 1. Introduction Clayey soil, also known as problematic or expansive
in alternate swelling and shrinking of soil due to which differential settlement of structure takes place. Stabilization of black cotton soil has been done in this project work by using brick dust as adm ixture. The object of our present studies is to improve thesoil by
the properties of expansive soil, CBR value of soil shows good improvement by the addition of Crumb Rubber and Quarry Dust, significant increase in unconfined compressive strength and other parameters related to the soil. Their use in soil sub
· There is 81.5% decrease in swelling pressure of soil at this percentage of ceramic dust as compared to the untreated soil .This happens due to decrease in clay content of the expansive soil by ...
Soil has been tested to find properties using additives such as marble dust and rice husk ash. The soil samples were prepared by adding the marble dust to the prepared sample from 0% to 30% at an interval of 10% (by weight). On other side risk husk ash is
· In this study expansive soil sample having high degree of swelling and shrinkage was collected from the village Kotala near Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. The clays were collected at a depth of about 0.5.to 2.5 m. The disturbed soil was excavated, placed in plastic bags ...
At 28 days of curing, the strength of 5% SDA amended cement stabilized soil develops a strength of 10567.5 kPa against the strength of 8880.25 kPa of pure 6% cement stabilized soil. Basha et al. [ 36] reported an increase in strength of 4% cement stabilized residual soil from 0.99 MPa to 3.7 MPa for 15% addition of rice husk ash.
Expansive soil deposits occur in the arid and semi arid regions of the world and are problematic to engineering structures because of their tendency to heave during wet season and shrink during dry season (Mishra et al. 2008).
Soil stabilization with cement, bitumen, lime, chemical stabilization,geotextile, grouting etc. are discussed. It is a method of improving soil properties by blending and mixing other materials. Soil Stabilization Methods with Different Materials Following are the various
This investigation delves into the potential of two solid wastes viz. Phosphogypsum (PG) and Ceramic Dust (CD) in enhancing the development of the early strength of an expansive soil. The minimum lime content required for modification of the soil
· Soil stabilisation (1) 1. SOIL STABILISATION SOIL STABILIZATIONSOIL STABILIZATION The improvement process under the situation when the influence zone is limited to less than 1m (roads etc.) is called surface stabilization. Geo-Technical process of improving the engineering properties of the soil (density, shear strength, C&O factors are ...