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Accession Number PB2014-100570
Title Use of Soil-Steel Slag-Class-C Fly Ash Mixtures in Subgrade Applications.
Publication Date Dec 2012
Media Count 87p
Personal Author H. Santoso I. Z. Yildrim M. Prezzi M. Vasudevan
Abstract In this research study, an experimental program was undertaken to investigate the suitability of using mixtures of steel slag and Class-C fly ash and mixtures of steel and blast furnace slags to replace lime in subgrade stabilization applications. Soil-5% steel slag-5% Class-C fly ash, soil-7% steel slag-3% Class-C fly ash, soil-8% steel slag-2% Class-C fly ash and soil-7% steel slag-3% blast furnace slag mixtures were explored as subgrade materials. The clayey subgrade soil collected from the proposed implementation site was characterized prior to stabilization through a series of tests which included, specific gravity, Atterberg limits, grain-size analysis, compaction, CBR-swelling and unconfined compression tests. The mechanical properties of the mixtures of soil, steel slag and Class-C fly ash and of the mixtures of soil, steel slag and blast furnace slag were obtained through compaction and unconfined compression tests. In order to assess the swelling potential of the mixtures of soil, steel slag and Class-C fly ash, CBR swelling tests were also performed on the mixtures.
Keywords Compaction
Compression tests
Fly ash
Implementation
Mechanical properties
Mixtures
Recycling materials
Slags
Soil stabilization
Steels
Waste product utilization


 
Source Agency Federal Highway Administration
NTIS Subject Category 50C - Construction Equipment, Materials, & Supplies
50D - Soil & Rock Mechanics
50A - Highway Engineering
Corporate Author Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, IN. Joint Transportation Research Program.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1403
Contract Number N/A

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