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Showing posts with label Soil Sciences. Show all posts
Methods of Reducing Soil Liquefaction

Methods of Reducing Soil Liquefaction

October 18, 2016 No comments:
It is extremely difficult and impractical to prevent liquefaction of soil in the field when the susceptible zone extends to a large depth....
Effects of Soil Liquefaction on Structures

Effects of Soil Liquefaction on Structures

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When water-saturated, mostly cohesion-less soil whose shear strength is reduced to zero due to pore water pressure produced by vibration dur...
What Are Atterberg's Limit? Liquid Limit Plastic Limit Shrinkage Limit

What Are Atterberg's Limit? Liquid Limit Plastic Limit Shrinkage Limit

October 15, 2016 No comments:
You might have heard a lot in geotechnical engineering lectures about Atterberg limits but today I have brought to you a very unique and use...
What is Soil Cement

What is Soil Cement

September 30, 2016 No comments:
We know that soil clay or sand is capable of withstanding heavy loads but is subjected to settlement, consolidation and deformation, which i...
Use of Soil-Cement in Pavement and Highways

Use of Soil-Cement in Pavement and Highways

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Soil cement is a highly dense and tightly compacted, hard or semi-rigid, durable and low cost mixture of pulverized natural soil, cement and...