remolded soil

remolded soil

[rē′mōl·dəd ′sȯil]
(geology)
Soil that has had its natural internal structure modified or disturbed by manipulation so that it lacks shear strength and gains compressibility.

remolded soil

Soil that has had its natural structure modified by manipulation.
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The remolded soil sample used was obtained from an area adjacent to the interurban railway connecting Wuhan and Xianning.
and Indarto, Behavior of Expansive Undisturbed Soil and Remolded Soil under Drying and Wetting Cycle, National Seminar VI 2010 Civil Engineering ITS Surabaya, 2010, pp.