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Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences (2011) 18(3) 1- 15 (Arabic)

Effect of Climatic Conditions on Durability of Clayey Soil Stabilized With Lime

Ibrahem M. Al Kiki
Water Resource Engineering Dept., University of Mosul, Iraq

Abstract

Durability is one of the most important subjects in the soil stabilization. Since there is no specifications concerned the durability of lime-stabilized soils, several factors were selected to show their effects on the durability, namely: wetting, drying, freezing, thawing and slaking.
The effect of each one of the above factors as well as the combined effect of two or more factors were studied on the volume change and soil strength and weight loss of soil samples stabilized with optimum lime content except the slaking test at which soil samples stabilized with different lime content.
Tests results showed that the higher the lime content the lower the slaking effect, also its found the soil strength decreased when the period of immersion or freezing increased. The strength of the lime stabilized soils decreased when subjected to the cycles of wetting and drying or to the cycles freezing and thawing. However, the combined effect of wetting, drying, freezing and thawing has a pronounced effect on reduction of the lime stabilized clayey soil. The worst condition recorded when lime stabilized soil undergo to freezing then drying then wetting which should be avoided in the field.

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Keywords: Clayey soil, Lime, durability, Shear strength, Climatic conditions.

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TJES: Al-Kiki IM. Effect of Climatic Conditions on Durability of Clayey Soil Stabilized With Lime. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences 2011; 18(3): 1-15, (in Arabic)
APA: Al-Kiki I. M., (2011). Effect of Climatic Conditions on Durability of Clayey Soil Stabilized With Lime. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences, 18(3), 1-15, (in Arabic).

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