Accession Number : AD0711536

Title :   SOIL STABILIZATION. EFFECT OF MOLDING CONDITIONS ON THE EFFECTIVE STRESS-STRENGTH BEHAVIOR OF A STABILIZED CLAYEY SILT

Descriptive Note : Phase rept. no. 8 on soil stabilization

Corporate Author : MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE SOIL MECHANICS DIV

Personal Author(s) : Wissa, Anwar E ; Feferbaum-Zyto, Samuel ; Paniaqua, Jose G

PDF Url : AD0711536

Report Date : Jan 1970

Pagination or Media Count : 141

Abstract : The influence of molding water content, as-molded dry density, and delay time prior to compaction after mixing in of the molding water on the effective stress-strength behavior of a clayey silt stabilized with hydrated lime and portland cement is presented in this report. This investigation used the results of high pressure consolidated-undrained triaxial compression tests with pore water pressure measurements.

Descriptors :   *SILT, *SOILS, CEMENTS, CLAY, COMPRESSIVE PROPERTIES, DENSITY, PRESSURE, SHEAR STRESSES, SOIL MECHANICS, STABILIZATION, STATISTICAL DATA, STRAIN(MECHANICS), WATER

Subject Categories : Soil Mechanics

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE