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Journal:   JOURNAL OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (UNIVERSITY OF TABRIZ)   SPRING 2017 , Volume 47 , Number 1 (86) ; Page(s) 1 To 9.
 
Paper: 

COMPRESSIBILITY OF CEMENT TREATED SOFT SOILS

 
 
Author(s):  OURIA AHAD*, BEHBOODI TAGHI
 
* FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF MOHAGHEGH ARDABILI, ARDABIL, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

1. Introduction: Cement treatment produces bonding strength between soils particles that makes their behavior different from the behavior of reconstructed soils without structure. Soft cemented soils show a great change in their void ratio after virgin yielding as the result of destruction of their cemented structure. In this paper the compressibility of soft cemented soils was investigated in the laboratory. In order to obtain highly compressible cemented soil specimens, an artificially soil was produced mixing clay, silt and sand with cement and polystyrene granules with water content more than liquid limit. …

 
Keyword(s): COMPRESSIBILITY, CEMENTED SOIL, STRUCTURED SOIL, VOID RATIO
 
 
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APA: Copy

OURIA, A., & BEHBOODI, T. (2017). COMPRESSIBILITY OF CEMENT TREATED SOFT SOILS. JOURNAL OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (UNIVERSITY OF TABRIZ), 47(1 (86) ), 1-9. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=572852



Vancouver: Copy

OURIA AHAD, BEHBOODI TAGHI. COMPRESSIBILITY OF CEMENT TREATED SOFT SOILS. JOURNAL OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (UNIVERSITY OF TABRIZ). 2017 [cited 2021July28];47(1 (86) ):1-9. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=572852



IEEE: Copy

OURIA, A., BEHBOODI, T., 2017. COMPRESSIBILITY OF CEMENT TREATED SOFT SOILS. JOURNAL OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (UNIVERSITY OF TABRIZ), [online] 47(1 (86) ), pp.1-9. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=572852.



 
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