alexa Abstract | Review on Stabilization of Clayey Soil Using Fines Obtained From Demolished Concrete Structures
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology
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Soil stabilization may be defined as the process of changing soil engineering properties to improve the bearing capacity and durability property of weak soil. The aim of the study was to review on stabilization of clayey soil using demolished waste material. Various methods are available for stabilizing clayey soil. These methods include stabilization with chemical additives, soil replacement, compaction control, moisture control and thermal methods. All these methods may have the disadvantages of being ineffective and expensive. Based on literature fines obtained from demolished waste is a low cost and effective soil stabilization method.

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Author(s): Vipul Kerni , Vinod Kumar Sonthwal , Umar Jan

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