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Title: Soil Stabilization using Fly Ash and Lime
Authors: Singa, Ishan
Rana, Rishi [Guided by]
Keywords: Soil stabilization
Building engineering
Soil stabilisation
Fly ash
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan, H.P.
Abstract: Soil stabilisation has emerged as a critical topic in building engineering. The number of studies on the effectiveness of utilising chemical wastes is steadily growing. Soil stabilisation is the process of improving the bodily qualities of soil in order to increase its toughness and durability, and so on by combining or combining with chemicals. Soil stabilisation methods include: soil stabilisation using coconut coir fibres, soil stabilisation with jute fibre, and soil stabilisation with fly ash and lime. When the soil stabilisation method is used in construction, the overall cost is lowered when compared to the conventional method of construction.
Description: Enrollment No. 191611
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