Thixotropic Properties of Latvian Clays

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Lakevičs, Vitālijs; Stepanova, Valentīna; Ruplis, Augusts;
(2015)

This research studies Latvia originated Devon (Tūja, Skaņkalne), quaternary (Ceplīši), Jurassic, (Strēļi) and Triassic (Vadakste) deposit clays as well as Lithuania originated Triassic (Akmene) deposit clays. Thixotropic properties of clay were researched by measuring r... View more
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