Effect of Compaction on Strength of Soil-Cement

by Nagih M. El-Rawi,
T. Allan Haliburton,
Robert L. Janes,

Serial Information: Journal of the Soil Mechanics and Foundations Division, 1967, Vol. 93, Issue 6, Pg. 195-208

Document Type: Journal Paper

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Abstract: The effect of the method of compaction on the unconfined compressive strength of soil-cement mixtures for different molding water contents; cement contents, and curing time was investigated. Two methods of compaction—impact and kneading—were used. Method of compaction influences the unconfined compressive strength of soil-cement mixtures. Impact compaction produces higher strengths than kneading compaction for granular soils at all curing ages and molding water contents. For cohesive soil-cement mixtures, rate of strength gain depends on method of compaction.

Subject Headings: Compacted soils | Soil strength | Compressive strength | Soil cement | Mixtures | Soil compression | Water content | Curing |

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