Provides information on physico-chemical interactions and their test methods. Chemical changes in soil such as pH, lime additions, salinity, and their effects on physical properties (such as mechanical behavior, swelling, compressibility, plasticity, and strength) are discussed in detail.
14 peer-reviewed papers cover:
lime and lime-like materials
and general soil tests.
For geotechnical engineers, environmental engineers, civil engineers, professors.
The Determination of Calcium and Magnesium Carbonates in Soils and Aggregates
Choquet F., Ista E., Verhasselt A.
Effect of Sulfate Contamination on the Volume Change Behavior of Bentonite
Gajarajan V., Rao S., Sridharan A.
Contaminant Migration Effect on Dispersion Coefficients
Warith M., Yong R.
Slurry Wall Backfill Integrity and Desiccation
Khera R., Thilliyar M.
Influence of Some Environmental Activities on Physical and Mechanical Behavior of Clays
Fang H., Pamukcu S., Tuncan M.
Changes in Soil Plasticity and Swell Caused by Electro-Osmosis
Lentz R., Thomas T.
A Modified Shear Strength Formulation for Swelling Clay Soils
Chatterji P., Morgenstern N.
The Effect of Heating on Engineering Properties of Clays
Arayssi A., Benway J., Wang M.
Tracer Experiments in Saturated Sand by Computed Tomography and Inductively Coupled Plasma
Chaney R., McKee M., O'Shea L., Steude J., Sullivan C.
Effects of Small Concentrations of Soluble Salts on Hydrometer Analysis
Abd Rahim M., El-Jurf Q., Picornell M.
Paper ID: STP1095-EB