THE USE OF SELF-DISINTEGRATING SLAGS FOR THE STABILIZATION OF SOIL WITH CEMENT /IN RUSSIAN/

THE PRINCIPLE OF SOIL STABILIZATION WHICH CONSISTS IN ACTING ON THE IONS CONTAINED IN CLAY PARTICLES IS DISCUSSED. SELF-DISINTEGRATING SLAGS CAN BE USED FOR THIS PURPOSE; THEY HAVE A VERY HIGH SPECIFIC SURFACE. DETAILS ARE GIVEN OF RESULTS OBTAINED FROM SOIL STABILIZATION USING CEMENT WITH AN ADMIXTURE OF LIME OR OF SELF-DISINTEGRATING SLAG TO VARIOUS TYPES OF SOIL. OPTIMUM PROPORTIONING CAN BE DETERMINED FROM STRENGTH-TIME CURVES. RESULTS SHOW THAT SLAG IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN LIME AND GIVES HIGHER STRENGTH AND GREATER RESISTANCE TO FREEZING AND THAWING. SELF- DISINTEGRATING SLAGS DO NOT HAVE THE TOXICITY OF QUICKLIME. /LCPC/RRL/

  • Supplemental Notes:
    • Vol 30, No 2, 8 PP, 1 FIG
  • Authors:
    • Pechorskii, I
    • Naumov, Vitalii
  • Publication Date: 0

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  • Accession Number: 00231852
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Road Research Laboratory /UK
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Mar 15 1971 12:00AM