Published Online: 1990
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In recent years lightweight aggregates are being used increasingly in geotechnical applications. This paper presents results of large-size one-dimensional compression and direct shear tests performed on lightweight aggregate. The compressibility and shear strength characteristics of the lightweight aggregate are compared with those of normal-weight aggregate using the same experimental setup. Results of the direct shear tests performed to determine the angle of friction between the geotextile and lightweight aggregate are also presented. In addition, static shear modulus values as determined from model pile tests are presented and compared with those reported for normal weight aggregates.
Professor, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, N.B.
Vice President of Engineering, SOLITE Corp., Richmond, VA
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