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EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON STRENGTH BEHAVIOR OF COHESIVE SOIL
THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS STUDY WAS TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON PEAK SHEARING STRENGTH AND CREEP BEHAVIOR OF TWO COHESIVE SOILS AND THUS TO CHARACTERIZE THEIR BEHAVIOR IN TERMS OF MOREExpand
Phase transition porosimetry and surface area determination
Abstract The method of computerized dilatometric Phase Transition Porosimetry (PTP), developed previously, is outlined in comparison with the method of “Thermoporometry” and critically reviewed. TheExpand
SOIL PULVERATION AND LIME MIGRATION IN SOIL-LIME STABILIZATION
THE EFFECTS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF LIME MIGRATION WITHIN STABILIZED, UNMIXED SOIL LUMPS WITHIN CURED SOIL-LIME AND SOIL CEMENT ARE EVALUATED WITH THE EVENTUAL POSSIBILITY OF A RELAXATION OF SOIL-LIMEExpand
Adsorption of Water Vapor on E‐Glass
The thermodynamics of a water-vapor-E-glass system were studied by adsorption-isotherm analysis. The seven isotherms completed were Brunauer type IV with permanent hysteresis. The first adsorbedExpand
CHARACTERIZATION OF FLY ASH BY X-RAY ANALYSIS METHODS
Techniques have been developed for quantitative determination of elemental and crystalline composition of fly ash by X-ray fluorescence and diffraction. In addition to being fast, the methods areExpand
Interaction of Aliphatic Amines with Montmorillonite to Enhance Adsorption of Organic Pollutants
X-ray powder diffraction studies were performed with propyl-, dodecyl-, and dodecyldiam-monium bentonites saturated with aqueous mixtures of eleven organic pollutants at concentrations of 0.01 toExpand
Calculation and Interpretation of Surface Free Energy of Wetting of E‐Glass by Vapors
The surface free energy of wetting of E-glass by water and benzene vapors was calculated from Bangham and Razouk's free-energy equation. The method of Fu and Bartell for determining specific surfaceExpand
Strength and structure of laterites and lateritic soils
Abstract Ten soils from Puerto Rico representing various states of weathering were subjected to engineering index tests, strength and density measurement, mineralogic analyses, and scanning electronExpand
Quantitative Analysis of Elements in Sediments and Soils by X-Ray Fluorescence
Previous applications of the method of known additions for quantitative X-ray fluorescent analysis have assumed a linear relationship between peak intensity and concentration of the element beingExpand
Identity and Character of Iron Precipitates
Engineers have commonly described the iron precipitate in water treatment plants as ferric hydroxide, Fe (OH)\d3, but have also considered the possibility that in certain cases it might be ferrousExpand
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