Stabilized soil

Stabilized soil

Earth that has been treated with a binder such as Portland cement, bitumen, resin, or a more soluble soil to reduce its movement.
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Approximately 80,000 tons (4,000 truckloads) of stabilized soil and sediment were removed from the site during the remediation.
Cement stabilized soil technique has been applied successfully in pavement base layers [2].
In case of a low mass of the embankment (soil modulus of deformation is 10 MPa) when the thickness of the stabilized soil layer is 0.
The changes in the engineering properties of the stabilized soil were evaluated after mixing with cement or lime.
Their roots stabilized soil and their leaves scrubbed carbon dioxide from the air.
A stabilized soil surface resulting from densely planted, deep-rooted perennial plants is a long-term solution to chronic erosion.
If a pavement design is based on a stabilized subgrade strength value, the long-term durability of the material must be considered (that is, consider if the stabilized soil will retain its strength for the life of the pavement).
Further, a discussion of the production of microbial "crusts" and stabilized soil by algae and lichens and the inherent ability of such soil to resist erosion has far-reaching implications.
4) description of the procurement: the licensee will be responsible for the installation of the site and will be responsible for the fitting up of the entrance and external spaces, the repair of the teachers~ car park and the creation of its access (works including the following services: removal of the existing bar, various demolition works with evacuation in the landfill, earthworks, creation of a concrete forecourt, stabilized soil, concrete edges, ep network, gutters, lighting network, logging and stripping of trees, earth stripping plant works, civil works, new road works and connections to existing roads, etc.
The Influence of Molding Water Content and Lime Content on the Strength of Stabilized Soil with Lime and Rice Husk Ash, Civil Engineering Dimension, 7(1), 2005, pp.
Further, most natural and/or stabilized soil materials, even those most desirable for use as highway base and/or subbase components, have essentially non-linear load-deformation resistance in compression.

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