EFFECTIVENESS OF CERTAIN DERIVATIVES OF FURFURAL AS ADMIXTURES IN BITUMINOUS SOIL STABILIZATION

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FURFURAL DERIVATIVES, ESPECIALLY THOSE OBTAINED BY REACTION WITH PLAIN AND SUBSTITUTED ANILINE AND OTHER AROMATIC AND ALIPHATIC AMINES, AS SOIL STABILIZERS BY THEMSELVES AND AS ADDITIVES IN BITUMINOUS STABILIZATION, HAS BEEN KNOWN SINCE THE EARLY 1930'S. TO OBTAIN MAXIMUM BENEFIT FROM SUCH USE, IT IS NECESSARY WITH SOME SOIL MATERIALS TO EMPLOY CATALYSTS AND REACTION MODIFIERS THAT ARE COMPATIBLE OR EVEN SYNACTIVE WITH THE FURFURAL DERIVATIVE IN PROPORTIONS THAT ARE FITTED TO THE PARTICULAR SOIL-STABILIZER COMBINATION. THIS MAY REQUIRE MORE EXPERIENCE AND JUDGMENT ON THE PART OF THE USER THAN HE IS ABLE TO MUSTER OR AFFORD. IT IS DESIRABLE, THEREFORE, TO DEVELOP COMBINATIONS THAT ARE EFFECTIVE WITH ALL SOILS LIKELY TO BE ENCOUNTERED IN A CERTAIN REGION, ESPECIALLY WITH THOSE SOILS IN IT THAT WOULD REQUIRE SPECIAL ATTENTION IF THE MOST ECONOMICAL COMBINATION (THAT IS, ANILINE- FURFURAL, WERE USED). FOLLOWING THIS REASONING, LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS WERE MADE IN WHICH EITHER OR BOTH SPECIAL CATALYTIC AND SYNACTIVE SUBSTANCES WERE ADDED TO THE ANILINE-FURFURAL COMBINATIONS OR CHLORINATED ANILINES WERE EMPLOYED IN THE MIXTURES. THE RESULTS OF THESE EXPERIMENTS ARE DISCUSSED. /AUTHOR/

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  • Authors:
    • Winterkorn, Hans F
    • Reich, Theodore
  • Publication Date: 1962

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  • Media Type: Digital/other
  • Features: Figures; References; Tables;
  • Pagination: pp 79-94
  • Monograph Title: Chemical soil stabilization and soil aggregate stabilization
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  • Created Date: Aug 15 2004 2:41AM