• Assessment of strength development in blended cement

    In this paper, the role of these two ashes on the strength development of cement admixed low-swelling Bangkok clay is investigated via unconfined compressive (UC) test and thermal gravity (TG) analysis. Fly ash and biomass ash are dispersing materials, increasing the reactive surface of the cement grains.

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  • Assessment of strength development in blended cement

    The relationship among strength, clay鈥搘ater/cement ratio, and curing time for the blended cement admixed Bangkok clay is finally developed and verified. It is useful to assess the strength at any curing time wherein water content, cement content, and ash content vary over a wide range by using the test result of a single laboratory trial.

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  • Assessment of strength development in blended cement

    Assessment of strength development in blended cement admixed Bangkok clay Suksun Horpibulsuka,?, Runglawan Rachanb, Apichat Suddeepongc a School of Civil Engineering, Construction Technology Research Unit, Suranaree University of Technology, 111 University Avenue, Muang District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000, Thailand bDepartment of Civil Engineering, Mahanakorn University of Technology,.

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  • Assessment of strength development in blended cement

    In this paper, the role of these two ashes on the strength development of cement admixed low-swelling Bangkok clay is investigated via unconfined compressive (UC) test and thermal gravity (TG.

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  • Assessment of strength development in cementadmixed

    Once 12.6% GX07 is added into the mix, the strength of stabilized soil is 4.93 times compared with that of cement-only soil. GX07 can obviously improve the strength of cemented-soil and has a good economic applicability. A strength model is proposed to predict strength development.

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  • Strength development in blended cement admixed saline clay

    136 hypothesis for blended cement admixed clay (Horpibulsuk et al., 2011a) was developed as 137 follows: 鈥淔or given set of blended cement admixed clay samples, the strength development 138 depends only on the clay-water/cement ratio, wc/C, where the total cement content (C) is the.

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  • Strength development in blended cement admixed saline clay

    Jan 01, 2012 路 Strength development in blended cement admixed saline clay The effect of salinity, which is modified by geological and climate changes, on the strength development in cement admixed saline clay is investigated in this paper.

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  • Assessment of strength development in cementadmixed

    Oct 04, 2012 路 Assessment of strength development in cement-admixed high water content clays with Abrams鈥檒aw as a basis [J] Horpibulsuk, S.; Miura, N.; Nagaraj, T. S. Unconfined compressive strength of cemented soils with quasi-water-cement ratio [J.

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  • Suksun Horpibulsuk Google Scholar Citations

    Assessment of strength development in cement-admixed high water content clays with Abrams law as a basis S Horpibulsuk, N Miura, TS Nagaraj Geotechnique 53 (4), 439-444 , 2003.

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  • Assessment of shrinkage characteristic in blended cement

    This paper aims to present a study of a shrinkage potential of cement and/or fly ash treated soft clay. The soft clay specimens used in this study were prepared from reconstituted Bangkok clay. The soil-cement mix specimens were prepared with cement/clay-water ratio (C/wc) of 0.2, 0.3 and 0.4 and the liquidity index (LI) of 1.0, 1.3 and 1.6.

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  • Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Soil

    Horpibulsuk S., Runglawan R. and Suddeepong A. 2011. Assessment of strength development in blended cement admixed Bangkok clay. Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 25, No. 4, p. 1521-1531. Horpibulsuk S., Miura N. and Bergado D.T. 2004. Undrained shear behavior of cement admixed clay at high water content. Journal of.

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  • Strength and Pore Structure Development of HighPlasticity

    This paper focuses on the strength development and pore structure evolution of high-plasticity clay mixtures treated with metakaolin- (MK-) blended ordinary Portland cement (OPC). The unconfined compressive strength (fcu) of treated soil mixtures is measured to study the effect of MK replacement. The microstructural study is carried out by mercury intrusion porosimetry (MIP), scanning electron.

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  • Influence of Cement Treatment on Unconfined Compressive

    Samples of lean clay were mixed with Portland cement in percentages of 5 and 10 % by dry weight of the soils that had water contents of 40 and 60 %. The curing.

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  • The Use of ByProduct Ashes to Improve the Strength of

    Strength behavior of the soft Bangkok Clay admixed with Rice-husk Ash and Biomass Ash. The ratios of cement replaced with rice husk ash and Biomass Ash are at 0, 20, 40, 50, 60 and 80. The initial water content of soft Bangkok Clay is 0.8LL, LL and 1.2LL, where LL is the liquid limit of the soft clay. The water binder ratio is 2.5, 5.0 and 7.5.

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  • Strength development in blended cement admixed saline clay

    Jan 01, 2012 路 Strength development in blended cement admixed saline clay The effect of salinity, which is modified by geological and climate changes, on the strength development in cement admixed saline clay is investigated in this paper.

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  • Strength Development in Cement Admixed FineGrained

    Solidification of DMS needs to be undertaken before the materials can be study focused on the development of strength of three solidified fine-grained DMS which are high plasticity clay (CH), high plasticity silt (MH) and low plasticity silt (ML) admixed with cement and bottom ash.

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  • Influence of Fly Ash on Unconfined Compressive Strength of

    Jan 01, 2010 路 The strength characteristic of cement-fly ash admixed Bangkok clay was investigated by means of a series of unconfined compression tests, paying special attention to the influence of ground fly ash in this mixture. From testing results, the unconfined compressive strength and elastic modulus improved with an increasing of fly ash content.

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  • (PDF) Strength and Microstructure of Cement Stabilized

    Its water to binder ratio (W/B) is generally about 0.2-0.5, providing strength higher than 30 MPa (30,000 kPa) at 28 days of curing, whereas for ground improvement, the W/B is much lower. From this observation, it is thus possible to conclude that the pozzolanic reaction is minimal for strength development in the blended cement stabilized clay.

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  • Suksun Horpibulsuk Google Scholar Citations

    Assessment of strength development in cement-admixed high water content clays with Abrams law as a basis S Horpibulsuk, N Miura, TS Nagaraj Geotechnique 53 (4), 439-444 , 2003.

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  • Assessment of strength development in cementadmixed high

    May 04, 2003 路 Assessment of strength development in cement-admixed high water content clays with Abrams law as a basis S. Horpibulsuk, N. Miura and T. S. Nagaraj Porosity and pore size distribution in recycled concrete.

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  • Advances in Materials Science and Engineering Hindawi

    Compressive strength test results show that the strength of cement-stabilized soil mixed with seawater is 50% greater than that mixed with freshwater at the 90th day. However, the application is limited because the expansion of the cement-stabilized soil mixed with seawater increases significantly.

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  • Studies on Characteristics Applications and Strength

    The strength assessment of soft clay in Bangkok, Thailand using an admixture of fly ash and biomass ash blended with cement has been studied from the soil collected at depth of about 3 m.

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  • Permeability Characteristics of Compacted and Stabilized

    "Strength development in blended cement admixed saline clay", Applied Clay Science, 55, 44-52. Horpibulsuk, S., Rachan, R. and Suddeepong, A. (2011). "Compressibility and permeability of Bangkok clay compared with kaolinite and bentonite", Applied Clay Science, 52(1-2), 150-159.

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  • Stabilization of Soft Bangkok Clay Using Portland Cement

    The slurry soft Bangkok clay with liquidity index of 1.0, 1.3 and 1.5 was stabilized with ordinary Portland cement and CSAB cement in the range of 5 - 20%. Based on the laboratory study, mechanism of rising unconfined compressive strength results which soft clay stabilized with CSAB cement could observe from Scanning Electron Microscope images.

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  • Strength and compressibility of lightweight cemented clays

    Strength and compressibility of lightweight cemented clays Suksun Horpibulsuk For soft clay admixed with cement, the clay-water/cement ratio, wc/C was proved as parameter was also successfully used to predict the strength development in cement stabilized.

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  • Influence of Fly Ash on Unconfined Compressive Strength of

    The strength characteristic of cement-fly ash admixed Bangkok clay was investigated by means of a series of unconfined compression tests, paying special attention to the influence of ground fly ash in this mixture. From testing results, the unconfined compressive strength and elastic modulus improved with an increasing of fly ash content.

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  • Analysis of strength development in cement DeepDyve

    Oct 01, 2010 路 Read "Analysis of strength development in cement-stabilized silty clay from microstructural considerations, Construction and Building Materials" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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