THE MINERALOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF CEMENT-STABILIZED SOILS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE STUDY OF THIN SECTIONS

AN INVESTIGATION HAS BEEN MADE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF USING MODERN OPTICAL MEANS TO EVALUATE THE COMPOSITION OF THE SOIL-CEMENT MIX, THE ADHESION OF CEMENT TO SOIL PARTICLES AND THE PROPERTIES OF THE CEMENT BINDER IN A CEMENT- STABILIZED SOIL. SAMPLES OF STABILIZED SOILS WERE EXAMINED BY MEANS OF A PETROLOGICAL MICROSCOPE. IT WAS FOUND THAT THIN SECTIONS WERE MORE SUITABLE THAN ROUGHLY-CUT SOIL SAMPLES FOR THE PURPOSE, AND IT IS THOUGHT THAT THE USE OF MINERALOGICAL METHODS MAY HAVE CONSIDERABLE APPLICATION IN THE FUTURE.

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    Centre Recherches Routieres /Belgium

    ,   England 

    N/A

    ,   USA 

    Technical High School, Darmstadt /Germ

    ,    

    Contractors' Record

    ,    

    ROUTES (PARIS, FRANCE).

    ,    

    American Public Works Association

    1313 East 60th Street
    Chicago, IL  USA  60637

    Stroi. Idorozh Mashinostro /Ussr

    ,    

    Laitiers & Tarmacadam

    ,    

    Concrete Surfac & Cem-bound Bases Conf

    ,    
  • Authors:
    • Lutz, L
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  • Accession Number: 00231553
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Highway Research Board Bibliography
  • Report/Paper Numbers: Abs 424
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 15 2004 2:41AM