STUDIES ON SULFATE-RESISTANT CEMENT STABILIZATION METHODS TO ADDRESS SULFATE-INDUCED SOIL HEAVE

@inproceedings{Puppala2004STUDIESOS,
  title={STUDIES ON SULFATE-RESISTANT CEMENT STABILIZATION METHODS TO ADDRESS SULFATE-INDUCED SOIL HEAVE},
  author={Anand J. Puppala and Julie Ann Griffin and Laureano R. Hoyos and Suppakit Chomtid},
  year={2004}
}
Performance of pavements has been affected by heave distress problems caused by sulfate rich soils treated with calcium-based stabilizers. A research study was conducted to address the effectiveness of sulfate resistant cement stabilizers Types I/II and V, for providing better treatment of sulfate rich soils. Experiments were designed and conducted on both control and cement treated sulfate soils to investigate compaction relationships, Atterberg limits, linear shrinkage and free swell strain… CONTINUE READING

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