Compaction Behaviour of Lateritic Soil–Calcium Chloride Mixtures

@article{Sani2018CompactionBO,
  title={Compaction Behaviour of Lateritic Soil–Calcium Chloride Mixtures},
  author={John Engbonye Sani and Roland Kufre Etim and Alexander Palliparambil Joseph},
  journal={Geotechnical and Geological Engineering},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-20}
}
Laboratory studies on lateritic soil treated with up to 8% calcium chloride (CaCl2) by dry weight of soil was carried out to establish the soil improving potential. Tests carried out include Atterberg limits and linear shrinkage, compaction characteristics (maximum dry density, MDD and optimum moisture content, OMC), strength characteristics (unconfined compressive strength, UCS and California bearing ratio, CBR) and microanalysis. Compaction and strength characteristics test were investigated… CONTINUE READING

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