Effect of Two Organic Chemical Fluids on the Mechanical Properties of an Expansive Clay Soil

作者:Estabragh, A. R.;Afsari, E.;Javadi, A. A.;Babalar, M. 刊名:Journal of Testing and Evaluation 上传者:王恒昌

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Journal of Testing and Evaluation A. R. Estabragh,1 E. Afsari,2 A. A. Javadi,3 and M. Babalar2 DOI: 10.1520/JTE20170623 Effect of Two Organic Chemical Fluids on the Mechanical Properties of an Expansive Clay Soil Copyright by ASTM Int'l (all rights reserved); Wed Dec 12 11:03:37 EST 2018 Downloaded/printed by Unversity Of Waterloo (Unversity Of Waterloo) pursuant to License Agreement. No further reproductions authorized. A. R. Estabragh,1 E. Afsari,2 A. A. Javadi,3 and M. Babalar2 Effect of Two Organic Chemical Fluids on the Mechanical Properties of an Expansive Clay Soil Reference Estabragh, A. R., Afsari, E., Javadi, A. A., and Babalar, M., “Effect of Two Organic Chemical Fluids on the Mechanical Properties of an Expansive Clay Soil,” Journal of Testing and Evaluation https://doi.org/10.1520/JTE20170623. ISSN 0090-3973 ABSTRACT An experimental study was conducted to investigate the effect of two organic chemical fluids (glycerol and acetone) on the mechanical behavior of an expansive clay soil. A number of experimental tests, including Atterberg limits, compaction, free swelling, unconfined compressive strength, California Bearing Ratio (CBR), and one-dimensional consolidation (loading and unloading) tests, were conducted on specimens of natural soil and soil contaminated with pure glycerol and acetone fluids at different percentages (10 %, 15 %, and 20 %) by weight. The results showed that the effect of pure glycerol on the behavior of the contaminated soil is different fr

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