Soft subgrades' stabilization by using various fly ashes

@inproceedings{enol2006SoftSS,
  title={Soft subgrades' stabilization by using various fly ashes},
  author={Aykut Şenol and Tuncer B. Edil and Md.Sazzad Bin-Shafique and Hector A. Acosta and Craig H. Benson},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract This publication presents the results of research involving different types of self-cementing fly ashes (without any other activators) for the stabilization of four different types of soft subgrades from various road sites in Wisconsin, USA. The strength approaches were applied to estimate the optimum mixture design and to determine the thickness of the stabilized layer. The stabilized soil samples were prepared by mixing fly ash at different contents at varying water contents. The… CONTINUE READING

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