Stabilization Of Soil Using Stone Dust And Fly Ash

  • Stabilization of black cotton soil and loam soil using ...

    Jan 01, 2020· Yadu, L., Tripathi, R. K. Stabilization of soft soil with granulated blast furnace slag and fly ash. International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology. 2(2) (2013) 115-119. [8] Patidar, A., and Mahiyar, H. H. An Experimental study on stabilization of black cotton soil using HDPE wastage fibers, stone dust, lime.

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  • DESIGN OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT BY USING STONE DUST AS ...

    DESIGN OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT BY USING STONE DUST AS ADDITIVE WITH THE STABILIZATION OF SOIL BASED ON TECHNO-ECONOMICAL 1T SURESH BABU, 2K V ASHOK KUMAR, ... also used in the following admixtures of soil stabilization, viz., lime, fly ash, lime Portland cement, lime bitumen. The two chemical reactions that occur when lime is added to wet soil:

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  • Subgrade Soil Stabilization Using Stone Dust and Coarse ...

    Jul 16, 2019· This mechanical stabilization resulted in increase in soaked CBR value by 32.4%–194.7% for three types of fine-grained soils considered in the study. The mechanical stabilization with coarse aggregate or stone dust is also found to be more economical as compared to replacement of the soil with good soil of desired CBR value by more than 50%.

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  • Soil stabilization - SlideShare

    May 07, 2016· Soil stabilization method by using waste product bagasse ash successfully improves the existing poor and expansive black cotton soil. Bagasse ash being free of cost and available locally, proves to be economical. Bagasse ash effectively dries wet soils and provides an initial rapid strength gain, which is useful during construction in wet ...

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  • ADBU-Journal of Engineering Technology Stabilization of ...

    materials like fly ash, rice husk ash, stone dust etc. for improving the properties of soil. In this paper, sugarcane straw ash is used as a stabilizer to improve the properties of the expansive soil and to use it in road construction. Sugarcane straw ash is a major byproduct in the manufacture of sugar in the sugar industries. Proper disposal ...

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  • GUIDELINES FOR SOIL STABILIZATION | Recommended Practice ...

    Fly Ash Stabilization The literature lacks a clear direction in selection parameters for the use of fly ash in soil stabilization. However, the literature documents that a wide range of aggregates can be suitably stabilized with fly ash including sands, gravels, crushed stones and several types of slags.

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  • STABILIZATION OF EXPANSIVE SOIL USING FLY ASH

    This is to certify that the thesis entitled, “Stabilization of Expansive Soils Using Fly Ash” is submitted by MANMAY KUMAR MOHANTY, bearing Roll No. 710CE1160 in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Master of Technology (dual degree) in Civil Engineering with specialization in “Geotechnical Engineering”, during 2010-2015 session at the National Institute of Technology, …

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  • A Review on Stabilization of Expansive Soil Using ...

    test on black cotton soil by the way of mixing Fly ash and quarry dust in the proportion of 1:2 were added to an expansive soil up to 75% of its dry mass. Fly ash added were 0% to 25% at an increment of 5% and quarry dust 0% to 50% at an increment of 10% by dry mass of the soil. The mixes were prepared in such a

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  • Investigation on Fly Ash-Lime-Gypsum Mix Mixed with Stone …

    Quarry Dust:-Stone dust was obtained from a local stone crushing site and was used in the study. 4. Experimental Programme . For carrying out the investigations, fly ash and lime were combined gypsum kept as 0.8% of fly ash and varying the stone dust content in different samples for determining

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  • LABORATORY STUDY ON SOIL STABILIZATION USING FLY …

    the stabilization of expansive Soils using fly ash extensive laboratory / field trials have been carried Out by out to check the improvements in the properties of expansive soil with fly ash in varying percentages. The proper use of fly ash can reduce the cost of stabilization with pure cement or pure lime, as fly ash is a waste material.

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  • A REVIEW AND STUDY ON STABILIZATION OF EXPANSIVE …

    Author found that the optimum ratio of fly ash with clayey soil is 15% by weight of soil. A dramatic reduction in the properties of soil is seen for 0% to 15% of fly ash content but no noticeable decline appear in the range 15% to 20% of fly ash content. For compaction, the dry density and O.M.C were measured for various fly ash ratios.

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  • A Study on Stabilization of Black Cotton Soil by Use of ...

    Dec 05, 2015· A Study on Stabilization of Black Cotton Soil by Use… 24 Fig -5 Variation in O.M.C. values of different sample compositions Effect of addition of fly ash, FeCl3 and stone dust on C.B.R. value: It can be seen from the figure-6 that when percentage of ferric chloride, fly ash and stone dust increases the C.B.R. value. increases from 1.92% to 5 ...

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  • Optimum Utilization of Fly Ash for Stabilization of Sub ...

    Jan 01, 2013· Sub-grade soil stabilization is one of the primary and major processes in the construction of any highway. The aim of this research paper is to formulate a model based on Genetic Algorithm which can be used to predict variation in the values of CBR of the Sub-grade Soil with the addition of a specific percentage of Fly Ash.

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  • (PDF) Stabilization of soil by using solid waste – A ...

    He finally concluded that such soil can be effectively used in road embankment sub base and sub grade.Prof. Ravi Shanker Mishra (2015) [9] had studied about the stabilization of black cotton soil by use of Fly ash, Ferric chloride and Stone dust. The soil samples were tested for liquid limit, plastic limit, OMC with Maximum dry density and CBR.

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  • GUIDELINES FOR SOIL STABILIZATION | Recommended Practice ...

    Fly Ash Stabilization The literature lacks a clear direction in selection parameters for the use of fly ash in soil stabilization. However, the literature documents that a wide range of aggregates can be suitably stabilized with fly ash including sands, …

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  • Review on Stabilization of Clayey Soil Using Fines ...

    Various waste materials such as rubber, fly ash, wood ash, rice husk ash, cement kiln dust etc. had been used by the researchers as soil stabilizers but the construction and demolition waste still not been used by the researchers as soil stabilizer although C&D waste materials finds their application in base and sub base of pavement construction.

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  • Effect of Stone Dust On Some Geotechnical properties Of Soil

    Stone dust is a kind of solid waste material that is generated from stone crushing industry which is abundantly available. It is estimated that each crusher unit produce 15%-20% stone dust. Disposal of such wastes poses lots of geoenvironmental problems such as landfill disposal problems, health and environmental hazards. The best way to eliminate these problems is to make use …

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  • A Review on Stabilization of Expansive Soil Using ...

    Plastic limit of black cotton soil was increased by 9.58% for 2.5%, FeCl 3, 15% fly ash and 25% stone dust addition to black cotton soil and the results show that there was a increase in maximum dry density of black cotton soil from 1.624 g/cm 3 to 1.915 g/cm 3 for 2.5%, FeCl 3, 15% fly ash and

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

    Soil & Base Stabilization : Using fly ash to strengthen the top 8”-14” of subgrade can decrease the thickness of aggregate base and/or pavement (asphalt or concrete) needed to achieve the structural design strength of the overall pavement section.

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  • Effects of Waste Glass Powder on Subgrade Soil Improvement

    the defects in soil such as settlement, expansion and compressibility. Many researchers used different types of wastes in soil stabilization. Expansive soil can be used for construction by treating it in the form of stabilization using industrial wastes, Fly ash, Rice husk ash (RHA), Phosphogypsum, Quarry dust, Granulated blast furnace slag etc ...

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  • PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF EXPANSIVE SOIL TREATED …

    Limestone dust is the most regular form of calcium carbonate which is used widely for the stabilization of soil. Fly ash is one of the residues generated in combustion and comprises the fine particles that rise with the gases. In an industrial circumstance, fly ash usually refers to ash produced during the combustion of coal.

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  • Fundamentals of soil stabilization | SpringerLink

    Dec 16, 2017· Stabilization using fly ash. Fly ash is one of four coal combustion products (CCPs) that are produced as a by-product of burning coal, two major groups, Class C and Class F fly ash are produced. Burning lignite and subbituminous coal produces Class C fly ash. However, burning anthracite, other known as bituminous coal, produces Class F fly ash .

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  • Soil Stabilization of Clayey Soil Using Coal Ash and Stone ...

    Soil Stabilization Table 2: Properties Of Coal Ash C. Stone Dust Stone dust was purchased from Distt. Yamunanagar for experimental research and was mixed with parent soil in percentage of 3%, 6%, 9%, 12%, 15% and 18%. The specific gravity of the stone dust is 2.87. Angular crushed stone is the key material

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  • A Review on Stabilization of Soil using Various Admixtures

    that, fly ash contents of 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20% on a dry weight basis to the expansive soil and it is found that the increase in fly ash content reduces plasticity characteristics and the Free Swell Index was reduced by about 50% by the addition of 20% fly ash. 4.2 Test Results CBR Test and UCC Test FLYASH % CBR UCC 0 3.1 3.881840

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  • Stabilization of soil by using solid waste – A Review

    In recent years, soil stabilization by using various minerals like quarry dust, saw dust, copper dust and fly ash were most commonly used. These solid wastes are day by day increasing in India, which is not environmental friendly hence they have to be recycled. Thus, a review is presented to make use of those wastes in soil stabilization.

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  • “STABILIZATION OF BLACK COTTON SOIL USING FLY ASH …

    Ali and Koranne (2011) presented the effect of stone dust and fly ash on characteristics of fly ash. They concluded that here is a marked improvement in the properties of expansive soil if stone dust and fly ash is mixed in equal proportions. There is a significant …

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  • STABILIZATION OF EXPANSIVE SUBGRADE SOIL BY USING …

    techniques of soil stabilization like mechanical, chemical and physical stabilization. ... design a mix to improve the bearing capacity of soil by using fly ash and lime mixture, ... et al. [11] investigate the effect of stone dust & fly ash combine at different percentage on expansive soil. It was observed that at the optimum percentages, the ...

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  • STABILIZATION OF SOIL BY USING LIME STONE

    STABILIZATION OF SOIL BY USING LIME STONE B.JAYA PRAKASH REDDY 1, S.AANDAVAN 2 1Final Year Student, Department Of Civil Engineering, SAVEETHA SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, SIMTS, CHENNAI, INDIA . 2 Associate P rofessor , Department Of Civil Engineering, SAVEETHA SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, SIMTS, CHENNAI, INDIA . ABSTRACT The black cotton soil is expansive type of soil …

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  • SOIL STABILIZATION METHODS AND MATERIALS

    Through soil stabilization, unbound materials stabilized with cementican be tious materials (cement, lime, fly ash, bitumen or combination of these). The stabilized soil materials havea higher strength, lower permeability and lower compressibility than the native soil (Keller bronchure 32-01E). The method can be achieved in two ways, namely;

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  • Soil Stabilization By Using Fly Ash - SlideShare

    Jan 20, 2015· Soil Stabilization By Using Fly Ash 1. IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) e-ISSN: 2278-1684,p-ISSN: 2320-334X, Volume 10, Issue 6 (Jan. 2014), PP 20-26 www.iosrjournals.org www.iosrjournals.org 20 | Page Soil Stabilization By Using Fly Ash Karthik.S1 , Ashok kumar.E2 , Gowtham.P 2 , Elango.G2 , Gokul.D2 , Thangaraj.S2 Assistant Professor, …

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