Various Factors on Strength and Deformation Property of Liquefied Stabilized Soil Prepared at Field

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In this study, the influences of various factors, which are curing days, paper content, curing temperature and curing circumstance, etc., on strength and deformation property of Liquefied Stabilized Soil (LSS) prepared at field were investigated. A series of Consolidated–Undrained triaxial compression test with pore water measurement was carried out on the specimens cured in the field ground at 28 and 56 days. And also, the applicability on the evaluation of stiffness by portable FWD test at a backfilling ground by LSS mixed with fiber material is discussed. Base on the test results, it was found that the effect of curing temperature on the strength and deformation property of LSS mixed with fiber is smaller than the effect of the curing days. Moreover, the Kp.fwd-value is able to estimate the stiffness of backfilling ground by LSS reinforced with fiber.


Liquefied Stabilized Soil triaxial test stiffness deformation strength curing days 


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  1. 1.Muroran Institute of TechnologyMuroranJapan

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