Stabilization of Natural Soil with Sand and CementJournal: International Journal for Scientific Research and Development | IJSRD (Vol.3, No. 10)
Publication Date: 2016-01-01
Authors : Devansh Jain; Sanjay Kumar Shrivastava;
Page : 622-623
Keywords : Black cotton soil; stabilization; CBR; sand and cement; Pavement;
In western Madhya Pradesh generally black cotton soil is found, Black cotton soil is exceptionally feeble and does not have enough steadiness for a development work. On pavement, subgrade layer is the base most layer basic the base form or surface form. To prepare the subgrade soil stable, by enhancing its building properties is extremely rudimentary. In the present study, an adjustment of subgrade soil by using sand and cement i.e. varying the rate of sand and consistent rate of cement by weight of soil is applied to improve the strength of subgrade soil. The grounds for this field is to determine the ideal measurement of the stabilizer, which heightens the effectiveness of soil. Which will be suited for pavement construction. To assess the strength of soil, different test has been performed on the soil. It has been noticed that sand and cement increases the effectiveness of the land.
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