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Stabilizing Potential of Cement and Fly Ash Mixture on ...

The replacement of 3% cement with fly ash in a mixture of 9% cement plus 3% fly ash improved the stabilizing potentials of the samples better than using 12% cement only for stabilizing the sample.

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Stabilizing Potential of Cement and Fly Ash Mixture on ...

Stabilizing Potential of Cement and Fly Ash Mixture on Expansive Clay Soil: O.O. Amu, A.B. Fajobi and S.O. Afekhuai : Abstract: Soil treatment or stabilization is highly recognized by geologist and engineers as a very important process in improving the performance of weak or marginal soils and make them perform better as highway materials. This study was an investigation of the potential of stabilizing an

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Stabilizing Potential of Cement and Fly Ash Mixture on ...

The results showed that the soil sample stabilized with a mixture of 9% cement plus 3% fly ash is better with respect to MDD, OMC, Bearing Capacity and Shearing Resistance, when compared with...

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Stabilizing Potential of Cement and Fly Ash Mixture on ...

This study was an investigation of the potential of stabilizing an expansive clay soil with the combination of cement and fly ash. The expansive clay soil samples were first subjected general classification tests where three classes of samples evolved; 12% cement optimal mix, 9% cement plus 3% fly ash optimal mix and the 0% (unstabilized) natural clay soil sample.

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Stabilizing Potential of Cement and Fly Ash Mixture on ...

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Cement, Lime, and Fly Ashes in Stabilizing Expansive Soils ...

In this paper, the effectiveness of different chemical stabilizers in improving the engineering properties of expansive soils is investigated. Three different soils with variable sulfate contents were treated with Type I/II portland cement, lime, Class C fly ash (FA), and Class C FA–cement and Class F FA–cement blends.

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Compressive strength of cement stabilized fly ash-soil ...

1999-5-1  In Baumineral fly ash-sand mixtures, cement content of 9% was also used. A few samples of Rajghat fly ash-soil mixtures were stabilized with 1 and 2% cement content. Commercially available ordinary portland cement was used.

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(PDF) Cement, Lime, and Fly Ashes in Stabilizing Expansive ...

2020-4-30  cement mixture (UCS ¼ 1,179 kPa) and Soil-L – 8% cement þ 8% Class F FA blend (UCS ¼ 1,275 kPa) was low after 28 days of cur- ing, and this difference

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Use of Sludge Ash as a Stabilizing Additive in Soil-Cement ...

An unconfined compression test evaluated the mechanical behavior of soil-cement mixtures with cement contents of 3, 6, and 9% compressed with normal, intermediate, and modified pressures. The sludge ash contents added were of 5, 10, 20, and 30%. The results indicate increasing strength for all ash

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On the Utilization of Fly Ash and Cement Mixtures as a ...

2015-5-6  In order to qualify to be used as a liner material, the fly ash–cement mixtures should have a hydraulic conductivity value less than 10 −9 m/s [14, 15] and volumetric

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Compressive strength of cement stabilized fly ash-soil ...

1999-5-1  The fly ash:soil proportion used in the experiments were 25:75, 50:50, 75:25, and 100:0 by dry weight. An additional proportion of 0:100 was also used in the Rajghat fly ash-Delhi silt mixture. The cement contents used were 3 and 6%. In Baumineral fly ash-sand mixtures, cement content of

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Effect of Soil Stabilization on Subgrade Soil Using Cement ...

2020-3-24  using cement refers to the use of Portland cement to stabilize the soil. The main reaction is that the cement reacts with water in the soil, in result cementitious material is formed (Pundir Prakash, 2015). Fly ash has proved to be successful when it is used in stabilizing clayey soil (Arora

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Stabilization of Pavement Subgrade by Using Fly Ash ...

2020-8-21  The performance of pavement is very responsive to the characteristics of the soil subgrade. For that reason, weak subgrade is enhanced by adopting the most efficient stabilization technique. Based on the literature review, stabilization with fly ash activated with cement was found to be an effective option for improvement of soil properties. In this regard an experimental program was ...

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Cement, Lime, and Fly Ashes in Stabilizing Expansive Soils ...

In this paper, the effectiveness of different chemical stabilizers in improving the engineering properties of expansive soils is investigated. Three different soils with variable sulfate contents were treated with Type I/II portland cement, lime, Class C fly ash (FA), and Class C FA–cement and Class F FA–cement blends.

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Performance evaluation of cement-stabilized pond ash-rice ...

2017-2-1  This paper reports the results of an investigation carried out on clay soil stabilized with pond ash (PA), rice husk ash (RHA) and cement. Modified Proctor compaction tests were performed in order to investigate the compaction behavior of clay, and California bearing ratio (CBR) tests were performed to determine the strength characteristics of clay.

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STABILIZATION OF ORGANIC SOILS USING FLY ASH

2020-1-28  Fig. 3.10. Resilient Modulus of soil-fly ash mixtures as a function of fly ash percentage in the mixture for (a) Lawson soil (b) Theresa soil..... 77 Fig. 3.11. Relations between resilient modulus and ucs of soil fly ash mixtures: (a) UC strength tests run on 1.4” diameter and 2.8” height

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Use of Sludge Ash as a Stabilizing Additive in Soil-Cement ...

An unconfined compression test evaluated the mechanical behavior of soil-cement mixtures with cement contents of 3, 6, and 9% compressed with normal, intermediate, and modified pressures. The sludge ash contents added were of 5, 10, 20, and 30%. The results indicate increasing strength for all ash

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CONCRETE Optimizing the Use of Fly Ash in Concrete

2014-9-29  utilization of fly ash in concrete began (for example, USBR 1948) follow-ing the pioneering research conducted at the University of California, Berkeley (Davis 1937).The last 50 years has seen the use of fly ash in concrete grow dramatically with close to 15 million tons used in con-crete, concrete products and grouts in the U.S. in 2005 (ACAA ...

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Strength Characterization of Cement Stabilized and Fiber ...

2016-10-25  This paper presents the experimental results obtained from tests conducted on clayey soil specimen stabilized with pond ash (PA) and cement and reinforced with randomly distributed fibers. The amount of PA and cement were varied from 0–50 and

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[1-7]A Review on Effects of Stabilizing Agents for ...

down the road construction cost. This paper specifically addresses about soil stabilizing agent which are used to stabilize weak er soil to improve subgrade quality. In this paper review on use of different stabilizing agents such as lime, fly ash, cement, rice husk, geo stabilizing agent for application for stabiliz 1.

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Stabilizing Potential Of Cement-Fly Ash Mixture On ...

2008-8-13  This study investigated the stabilizing potential of cement-fly ash on expansive clay with a view to discovering a more effective soil stabilization method for road works. It was carried out between July 2003 and March 2004 in Civil Engineering Department, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.The expansive clay soil samples were first subjected to general classification tests where ...

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Cement, Lime, and Fly Ashes in Stabilizing Expansive Soils ...

In this paper, the effectiveness of different chemical stabilizers in improving the engineering properties of expansive soils is investigated. Three different soils with variable sulfate contents were treated with Type I/II portland cement, lime, Class C fly ash (FA), and Class C FA–cement and Class F FA–cement blends.

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The potential of fly ash for cement manufacture (Journal ...

1993-10-1  Abstract. The fly ash from fluidized bed combustion is normally not suitable as a raw material for cement manufacture, because of high sulfur content. Calcium sulfoaluminate belite cement clinkers may provide a way to make this fly ash usable as a cement raw material. A well-known computational technique can be used to identify mixture/phase ...

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A study on soil stabilization by addition of fly ash and ...

2020-1-1  Ash is a very potential paddy crop waste as pozzolanic materials which result in superior properties when combined with cement or other cementing agents. This paper presents the laboratory study on the stabilized soils with cement and rice husk ash. ... in structural and mass concrete, and for stabilizing soil. The use of fly ash in soil ...

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STABILIZATION OF ORGANIC SOILS USING FLY ASH

2020-1-28  Fig. 3.10. Resilient Modulus of soil-fly ash mixtures as a function of fly ash percentage in the mixture for (a) Lawson soil (b) Theresa soil..... 77 Fig. 3.11. Relations between resilient modulus and ucs of soil fly ash mixtures: (a) UC strength tests run on 1.4” diameter and 2.8” height

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CONCRETE Optimizing the Use of Fly Ash in Concrete

2014-9-29  utilization of fly ash in concrete began (for example, USBR 1948) follow-ing the pioneering research conducted at the University of California, Berkeley (Davis 1937).The last 50 years has seen the use of fly ash in concrete grow dramatically with close to 15 million tons used in con-crete, concrete products and grouts in the U.S. in 2005 (ACAA ...

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Fly Ash in Stabilization, Modification and Full Depth ...

These particles are called fly ash. There are two types of fly ash, Class C and Class F. Class C has self-cementing properties and is used in the production of concrete as a substitute for Portland Cement, and as a chemical stabilizing modifying agent to dry and/or strengthen poor soils. Class F has very little self-cementing properties, but ...

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Performance of chemical chelating agent stabilization and ...

The results showed that the dithiocarbamate (1#) chelating agent had the best stabilizing performance due to the three-dimensional structure after their reaction. The addition of cement to the fly ash led to the immobilization of heavy metals due to the C-S-H gel formation. The technology of cement solidification and chelating agent ...

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STABILIZATION OF SUBGRADE BY USING ADDITIVES

2019-4-23  Soil stabilization is an economical (lime and cement) and environmental friendly (fly ash) process for changing behavior of soil such as chemical and mechanical through pozzolanic . GSJ: Volume 7, Issue 4, April 2019 ISSN 2320-9186 456 GSJ© 2019 globalscientificjournal

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[1-7]A Review on Effects of Stabilizing Agents for ...

down the road construction cost. This paper specifically addresses about soil stabilizing agent which are used to stabilize weak er soil to improve subgrade quality. In this paper review on use of different stabilizing agents such as lime, fly ash, cement, rice husk, geo stabilizing agent for application for stabiliz 1.

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