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Soil Stabilization and Grouting

  • Hans F. Winterkorn
  • Sibel Pamukcu
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Soil stabilization and grouting are methods of soil improvement. Soil improvement is a combination of physical and chemical methods for regional or mass densification, reinforcement, cementation, and control of drainage and volume stability of soil when it is used as a construction material.

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Portland Cement Unconfined Compressive Strength Cohesive Soil Soil Stabilization Optimum Moisture Content 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hans F. Winterkorn
    • 1
  • Sibel Pamukcu
    • 2
  1. 1.Princeton UniversityUSA
  2. 2.Lehigh UniversityUSA

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