TR Stabilisation

Specialist Soil Stabilisation Contractor operating throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation Services throughout the UK

Soil Stabilisation in pavements (an introduction)

What is Soil Stabilisation and how can it be used? ┬áThe question is answered in the publication I found here today titled “An Introduction to Soil Stabilisation for Pavements“.

The publication runs through the Soil Stabilisation process and covers the following topics:

  • PURPOSE – why is Soil Stabilisation used
  • DEFINITIONS – the different terms used within the Soil Stabilisation process
  • USES OF STABILIZATION – how and when Soil Stabilisation can be used
  • SELECTION OF ADDITIVE – what binders are available
  • SOIL TYPES AND ADDITIVES – what binders should be used for different soil types
  • USE OF STABILIZED SOILS IN FROST AREAS – how can frost be dealt with
  • THICKNESS REDUCTION FOR BASE AND SUBBASE COURSES – what thickness should a stabilised layer be
  • DETERMINATION OF STABILIZER CONTENT – how much binder should be used and how this is determined
  • STABILIZATION WITH PORTLAND CEMENT – the effect of adding cement
  • STABILIZATION WITH LIME – the effect of adding lime
  • STABILIZATION WITH LIME-FLY ASH (LF) AND LIME-CEMENT-FLY ASH (LCF) – the effect of adding multiple binders

Have a look and let us know what you think.

 

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