New Uses For Soil-Cement

by William G. Dinchak, (M.ASCE), Dir.; Dept. of Energy and Water Resources, Portland Cement Assoc., Skokie, Ill.,


Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1981, Vol. 51, Issue 9, Pg. 97-99


Document Type: Feature article

Abstract:

Since 1961, the use of soil-cement in energy and water resource projects has increased from 51,000 yd³ to over 9,100,000 yd³. Its primary applications are erosion protection and seepage control for embankments, reservoirs, and channels. Innovations in the use of soil-cement are described, including embankments composed entirely of solid soil-cement, soil-cement for erosion protection in coastal areas, and low permeability soil-cement for seepage control.



Subject Headings: Soil cement | Water resources | Erosion | Seepage | Hydro power | Reservoirs | Innovation | Solid mechanics

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