Dissertation > Industrial Technology > Building Science > Soil mechanics,foundation engineering > Various types of soil and foundation > Expansive soil and foundation

DAH of lime mixed solution penetration method expansive soil improved technology

Author WangHao
Tutor WangXuanCang
School Chang'an University
Course Road and Railway Engineering
Keywords Expansive soils Chemically modified Rainfall infiltration Infiltration Test Slope Protection
Type Master's thesis
Year 2003
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Expansive soil is a special engineering properties of the soil , its civil engineering has a huge impact and danger . People usually the chemistry improved method improved to achieve the prevention and treatment of expansive soil diseases purpose of strengthening expansive soil . In this paper, the highway expansive soil slope a the DAH conditioner mixed with lime solution penetration improved . First study to explain the impact of rainfall on the slope and hazards , Infiltration calculation model to obtain a test level of one-dimensional soil column infiltration test , based on expansive soil infiltration characteristics parameters of expansive soil in a one-dimensional vertical infiltration problems were calculated and analyzed . Expansive soil characteristics before and after the use of different dosage improver improved through a number of pilot studies , and changes in the strength characteristics and comparative analysis of the effect of treatment of different types of conditioner , summed up the new method in practical engineering applications , evaluation of the actual effect of the treatment and engineering economy . In this paper, the mixed solution of improved expansive soil is an effective way to significantly lower its treatment expansive soil resistance , strength and water stability are greatly improved . This method is particularly applicable to the expansive soil in highway slope protection , and its advantage is that facilitate the construction , the economic benefit is obvious .

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