Effect of cement kiln dust and polypropylene fibre on geotechnical properties of clayey soil
|International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)||
|© 2019 by IJETT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2019|
|Authors : Mohd.Arif dar, Ali Mohd Dar, Anoop Sharma
|DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V67I12P202|
MLA Style: Mohd.Arif dar, Ali Mohd Dar, Anoop Sharma "Effect of cement kiln dust and polypropylene fibre on geotechnical properties of clayey soil" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 67.12 (2019):5-9.
APA Style:Mohd.Arif dar, Ali Mohd Dar, Anoop Sharma. Effect of cement kiln dust and polypropylene fibre on geotechnical properties of clayey soil International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 67(12),5-9.
Now a days there is immense problem to harmless disposal of industrial wastes. Lot of waste resources are non-biodegradable so they make a environmental contaminated in the locality. Some studies show that in earlier period, manufacturing wastes can be used successfully in road construction. In the process of road making, the use of unwanted materials is based on some industrial, monetary and ecological criteria. Like India is a rising country and has a vast network of manufactories that are positioned in different parts of the country and may more are to establish in next few years. Industrial wastes are formed in huge amount from these industries in thousand tons. The disposal and pollution problems may be controlled by suitably utilizing the waste materials in construction sites. It is very crucial to test the materials properly and to build up a methodology and specifications, to increase the utilization of the industrial wastes for their successful use in road construction. This paper describes the use of cement kiln dust and polypropylene fibre for soil stabilization. Standard proctor test, California bearing ratio test , UCS tests were carried out . The fraction of polypropylene fibre used in this paper is 1.00%,1.50%, and 2.00% along with fixed value of CKD 8%. The different percentage were determined which showed considerable enhancement in the strength of treated soil. The maximum value of C.B.R. is at 08% CKD and polypropylene fibre 2% . additional increase in ratio of polypropylene fibre the C.B.R. value decreases. The UCS value increases considerably with inclusion of CKD and polypropylene fibre Experiment results show polypropylene fibre and cement kiln dust enhances the strength properties of soil along with use of economical materials and also solves the environment problem.
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Clayey Soil, CKD, PP Fibre, Soil Stabilization