TITLE

Compressive Strength Analysis of Ionic Soil Stabilizer improving soil

AUTHOR(S)
Jueqiang Tao; Wenyan Lin; Xiaohua Luo; Xin Qiu; Jinhong Wu
PUB. DATE
January 2016
SOURCE
Key Engineering Materials;2016, Vol. 667, p341
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
To explore the ionic liquid soil stabilizer improved soil mechanical properties, this experiment conducted liquid-plastic limit test and compaction test. On the basis of determining the optimal dosage of ionic soil stabilizer and mastering different mixture optimum moisture content and maximum dry density, the standard sample which consists of the Zhejiang red-brown clay and curing material including ionic soil stabilizer, cement and lime carried out the unconfined compressive strength test in different curing age and compaction degree. This paper analyzed the change reason of compaction and curing age about the stabilized soil. The results show that the ionic soil stabilizer has a significant effect on the compressive strength improvement of stabilized soil. Compared stabilized soil with traditional treatment soil, the compressive strength of stabilized soil has improved obviously with the increase of curing age and compaction degree. Research findings provide useful technical support and practice basis for promoting and applying ionic soil stabilizer in infrastructure construction.
ACCESSION #
110337519

 

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