alexa Abstract | Compaction Characteristics of B.C Soil through Pore Fluids
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Journal of Architectural Engineering Technology
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Abstract

The industrial structure and their foundations are exposed to hazardous environments and hence behavior should be given a due consideration in the design and execution. Similarly are employed in design of the landfills as impermeable membranes due to their low permeability. Clay liners eliminate or limit the movement of leachate from the landfills. The landfills liners are exposed to various chemical, biological and physical events, due to movement of leachate through them. The effects of pollutants on clays are complex due primarily to exchange or nature of pore fluid. There are number of mechanisms through which individual contaminants affect the engineering properties. Including chemical reactions such as dissolution or precipitation and physic-chemical phenomena, affecting intermolecular forces of water solutions. The compressive effective stress in liners, when applied during permeation may play a key role in controlling the chemically induced changes in hydraulic conductivity and compressibility.

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Author(s): Md Khaja Moniuddin and Manjularani P

Keywords

Black cotton soils, Compaction, Montmorillonite, Maximum dry density, Optimum moisture content, Black cotton soils, Compaction, Montmorillonite, Maximum dry density, Optimum moisture content

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