Effects of Curing Time and Stress on the Shear Strength and Deformation Characteristics of Cement-Mixed Sand
This study investigates the coupled effect of curing time and stress on the strength and deformation characteristics of cement-mixed sand over a long period of time, e.g. 180 days, as compared to 7 to 60 days in past studies.
KeywordsUnconfined Compressive Strength Void Ratio Deformation Characteristic Peak Strength Stress Path
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