About: Soil stabilization is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 3161 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 48437 citation(s).
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01 Jan 1981
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present data on soil behaviour, with emphasis on practical and empirical knowledge required by geotechnical engineers for the design and construction of foundations and embankments.
Abstract: This manual presents data on soil behaviour, with emphasis on practical and empirical knowledge, required by geotechnical engineers for the design and construction of foundations and embankments It deals with: index and classification properties of soils; soil classification; clay minerals and soil structure; compaction; water in soils (capillarity, shrinkage, swelling, frost action, permeability, seepage, effective stress); consolidation and consolidation settlements; time rate of consolidation; the Mohr circle, failure theories, and stress paths; shear strength of sands and clays Four appendices deal with the following: application of the "SI" system of units to getechnical engineering; derivation of Laplace's equation; derivation and solution of Terzaghi's one-dimensional consolidation theory; pore pressure parameters (TRRL)
01 Jul 1996-Engineering Geology
TL;DR: In this paper, three of the most frequently occurring minerals in clay deposits, namely, kaolinite, montmorillonite and quartz, were subjected to a series of tests.
Abstract: Clay soil can be stabilized by the addition of small percentages, by weight, of lime, thereby enhancing many of the engineering properties of the soil and producing an improved construction material. In order to illustrate such improvements, three of the most frequently occurring minerals in clay deposits, namely, kaolinite, montmorillonite and quartz were subjected to a series of tests. As lime stabilization is most often used in relation to road construction, the tests were chosen with this in mind. Till and laminated clay were treated in similar fashion. With the addition of lime, the plasticity of montmorillonite was reduced whilst that of kaolinite and quartz was increased somewhat. However, the addition of lime to the till had little influence on its plasticity but a significant reduction occurred in that of the laminated clay. All materials experienced an increase in their optimum moisture content and a decrease in their maximum dry density, as well as enhanced California bearing ratio, on addition of lime. Some notable increases in strength and Young's Modulus occurred in these materials when they were treated with lime. Length of time curing and temperature at which curing took place had an important influence on the amount of strength developed.
25 Jan 2005
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors describe the state-of-the-art methodology for evaluating and analyzing soil strength and the design and stabilization of slopes in soil, focusing on the principles of limit equilibrium analysis and the appropriate use of computer programs.
Abstract: This book describes the state-of-the-art methodology for evaluating and analyzing soil strength and the design and stabilization of slopes in soil. Focus is on the principles of limit equilibrium analysis and the appropriate use of computer programs. Methods are also presented for checking the results of complex analyses and for presenting results of slope stability analyses.
31 Dec 1990
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors investigate the bearing capacity of Shallow Foundations and stress distribution and settlement of shallow Foundations in the presence of earthquakes. But they do not consider the effects of earthquakes on these foundations.
Abstract: 1 Subsurface Explorations and Sampling.- 2 Sampling and Preparation of Marine Sediments.- 3 Soil Technology and Engineering Properties of Soils Hans.- 4 Bearing Capacity of Shallow Foundations.- 5 Stress Distribution and Settlement of Shallow Foundations.- 6 Earth Pressures.- 7 Dewatering and Groundwater Control.- 8 Compacted Fill.- 9 Soil Stabilization and Grouting.- 10 Stability of Earth Slopes.- 11 Landslides.- 12 Retaining Structures and Excavations.- 13 Pile Foundations.- 14 Drilled Shaft Foundations.- 15 Foundation Vibrations.- 16 Earthquake Effects on Soil-Foundation Systems.- 17 Foundation Problems in Earthquake Regions.- 18 Offshore Structure Foundations.- 19 Foundations in Cold Regions.- 20 Geotechnics of Hazardous Waste Control Systems.- 21 Reinforced Earth.- 22 Geosynthetics in Geotechnical Engineering.- 23 Deep Compaction of Granular Soils.- 24 Stabilization of Soil With Lime Columns.- 25 Durability and Protection of Foundations.- 26 Ground Anchors and Soil Nails in Retaining Structures.
01 Aug 1997
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