Shear strength and compressibility behaviour of lime-treated organic clay

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Yunus, NZM ; Wanatowski, D ; Hassan, NA ; Marto, A (2016)
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Apart from strength characteristics, a review of studies on the compressibility of lime-treated soils is equally important that influenced the stability of soil structures. Due to the fact that no study has been carried out, an investigation on the effects of humic acid... View more
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