publication . Book . 2013

A review of geotechnical behavior of stabilized soils:Design and analysis considerations

Makusa, Gregory Paul;
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  • Published: 09 Mar 2013
  • Publisher: Luleå tekniska universitet
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
<br/>Utilization of stabilization technology for improving the engineering properties of soft soils and sediments for structural backfill, such as land reclamation is increasing. Mass stabilization solidification provides a comprehensive technology for improving the geotechnical properties of the problematic soils for civil engineering applications; hence, solving the problem of scarcity of natural resources, meanwhile, providing a sustainable solution for management of contaminated sediments.<br/>In geotechnical context, stabilized soils might pose considerable challenges to engineers during the design process, which include obtaining the design parameters, sel...
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free text keywords: /dk/atira/pure/core/keywords/Technology/CivilEngineeringAndArchitecture/GeoengineeringAndMiningEngineering, Geoengineering and mining engineering, stabilization, stability, solidification, soil improvement, lime, cementation, cement, design, analysis, settlement, PLAXIS simulations, simulation, soil, mass stabilization, dredged sediments, Cone penetration test, consolidation, Finite element analysis, mechanical properties, foundation, ground, Strengthening, deformation, preconsolidation, /dk/atira/pure/core/keywords/Technology/CivilEngineeringAndArchitecture/BuildingEngineering, Building engineering, Soil washing
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