A Review Paper on Comparative Study of Soil Stabilization with Widely used Admixtures Like Lime, Cement, Flyash and Bitumen Emulsion
Mr.Rishabh Singh, Mr. D.S. Ray, Mr. Anupam Mehrotra, Mr. Mohammad Afaque Khan "A Review Paper on Comparative Study of Soil Stabilization with Widely used Admixtures Like Lime, Cement, Flyash and Bitumen Emulsion", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V58(2),96-99 April 2018. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group
In road construction soil is used as sub base and base material. If strength of the soil is poor then soil stabilization is normally needed. Sub grade soil can be stabilised or replaced by stronger soil. There are numerous stabilizers used for soil stabilization such as Lime, Cement, Bitumen Emulsion and Flyash, in this paper we will use all these mentioned stabilizers. So that their percentage play crucial role to stabilize the soil. This will help in increasing the stability of soil mechanically.
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