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Shear strength behaviour of recycled glassbiosolids mixtures

@inproceedings{Disfani2009ShearSB,
  title={Shear strength behaviour of recycled glassbiosolids mixtures},
  author={M. M. Disfani and A. Arulrajah and V. Suthagaran and M. W. Bo},
  year={2009}
}
  • M. M. Disfani, A. Arulrajah, +1 author M. W. Bo
  • Published 2009
  • Environmental Science
  • To enhance the shear strength properties of pure Fine Recycled Glass (FRG) and pure Biosolids (Bio), the innovative idea of blending these two materials was studied. The blended FRG-Bio material has the advantage of combining the high friction characteristics of recycled glass with the cohesive characteristics of biosolids. The Direct Shear Test results, California Bearing Ratio results along with other geotechnical test results indicated that 50FRG/50Bio, 60FRG/40Bio and 70FRG/30Bio blends… CONTINUE READING
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