This raise was recorded for marble dust addition up to 20% by dry weight of soil. When this percentage was increased, a reduction of the strength was reported. However, the swelling pressure decreased when marble dust was added up to a maximum percentage used of 25% of marble dust.
Feb 01, 2013· Use of marble dust and fly ash in stabilization of base material However, there are still significant amounts of marble dust and fly ash left as waste. Therefore, the reuse of these wastes provides benefits to reduce construction costs and increase sustainability.
have reported that marble has very high lime (CaO) content up to 55% by weight. Thus, stabilization characteristics of Makrana marble dust are mainly due to its high lime content. Marble dust finds bulk utilization in roads, embankment and soil treatment for foundation. Particle size distribution, consistency limits, specific gravity, swelling
effect of marble waste powder on the stabilization of swelling soils. The two areas within the Erbil,(Bastora and Erbil Airport ), to investigate the swelling characteristics of soil samples and their treatment with marble waste powder taken from (Penjwen, Said Sadiq and Pirmam)areas. Index properties of the soils were
Jan 24, 2012· For instance use of local materials in road construction (soil stabilized roads), treated industrial wastes like usage of flyash, steel and copper slag, marble dust etc. There had been several other researches which investigated the use of rick husk and lime sludge, but their detrimental effect when left unused, has limited there use.
Due to the increasing demand for cement, marble powder is used as a partial replacement of cement for economic status. Marble waste is a solid waste material generated from the marble processing and can be used as a filler material in cement while preparing concrete. Quarry stone is also used for the replacement for fine aggregate.
Surat is located on highly expansive soil. This work is based on an experimental study in the stabilization of an expansive soil in Surat, consisting of the changes of its various properties and its mechanical capacities by the addition of byproducts and waste materials of industrial origin such as rice husk ash and marble dust.
In the present investigation, silty soil is used with various percentages of sugarcane bagasse ash and marble dust; various laboratory experiments have been performed, viz., unconfined compressive strength test and standard Proctor test to evaluate the effect of materials used to enhance the properties of parent soil. This stabilization technique is costeffective and has an additional benefit of providing an .
Mar 13, 2017· Standard compaction, California bearing ratio (CBR), and Atterberg limit tests were performed on the natural expansive soil and on samples treated with varying percentages of granite or dolerite dust. Noticeable reduction in shrinkage and plasticity as well as an increase in CBR were observed in the treated soil samples.
Soil comes under these conditions will not fit for engineering use for that reason it was treated with ordinary Portland cement waste paper ash, marble powder and blend in stepped percentages or concentration of 0,2,4,6 and 8% by dry weight of soil for waste paper ash and 0,4,8, and 12% by
Marble dust was added to RHA stabilized expansive soil up to 30%, by dry weight of the soil, at an increment of 5%. Compaction tests, UCS tests, Soaked California Bearing Ratio (CBR) tests, Swelling pressure tests and Durability tests were conducted on these samples after 7 days of curing.
The disposal of the waste marble is a big problem for the marble industry. To solve this entire problem, the best solution is to use the marble waste for good cause like soil stabilization. The authors added the marble waste in the soil as 10%, 20% and 30% by weight and compare the properties of parent soil with the stabilized soil.
et al. (2012) investigates the application of quarry dust as a admixture during soil improvement and for a more economic approach. They concluded that the use of quarry dust in soil stabilization is to improve the engineering properties of soil. Sarvade and Nayak (2014) reported that
stabilization of given soil based on CBR value determined. Tarkeshwar Pramanik et al (2016) studied the behaviour of Soil for Sub Grade by using Marble Dust and Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag. In this paper, sandy clayey soil was stabilized using the combination of Marble Dust
INFLUENCE OF SOIL TYPE ON STABILIZATION WITH MARBLE. DUST FOR FOREST ROAD CONSTRUCTION. Panagiotis Ch. Eskioglou. Ass. Professor. IMPACT OF MARBLE DUST ON CEMENT CONCRETE PROPERTIES. May 5, 2015 . it is Innovative project persentation on MPACT OF MARBLE DUST ON CEMENT CONCRETE PROPERTIES (Civil Engineering) because.
Strength Improvement of Clayey Soil by using Fly ash and Marble dust AMANDEEP VERMA1, AVTARPREET SINGH2 1,2RESEARCH SCHOLAR, GURU NANAK DEV ENGINEERING COLLEGE, LUDHIANA Abstract Strength improvement of soil means that to improve the properties of soil. Some waste material are used to improve the soil such materials are fly ash, marble dust.
soil stabilization by using alccofine and waste bottle plastic strips. by er chetan sharma dr. amit goel and er amanpreet tangri | jul 24, 2019. ... statistical interpretation of marble dust and alccofine for soil stabilization. by er manish kumar soni dr. sandeep singh | jul 19, 2019. paperback 10. 00.
Hence soil stabilization with lime has been used in highway, railroad and airport construction to improve bases and subbases. It also has been used in the construction of embankments, in soil exchange in sliding slopes, as backfill for bridge abutments and retaining walls, for soil improvement beneath foundation slabs and for lime piles .
from this investigation is such that quarry dust can be used as a effective stabilizing agent in stabilizing clayey soils for utilizing it in pavements. KEY WORDS: Montmorillionite, California Bearing Ratio, Quarry Dust, Compaction, Natural Soil. 1. INTRODUCTION . The .
Thus, stabilization characteristics of waste limestone dust and waste dolomitic marble dust is mainly due to their high lime (CaO) content. The possibility for the utilization of marble slurry dust for soil stabilisation is investigated 9 and found that 2530% of the marble slurry dust can be mixed with various soils for the construction of ...
(2008). The effect of marble dust on compaction, UCS soaked CBR, swelling pressure and durability characteristics of an expansive soil stabilized with optimum percentage of rice husk ash was studied. Eskioglou (1996) evaluated the effectiveness of marble dust .
Unsuitable highway sub grade soil requires stabilization to improve its properties. Industrial waste sand is used as raw materials when the sand can no longer be reused in the industry, it is removed from the industry and is removed from the industry and is termed as industrial waste sand.