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BEARING CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT OF WET FOUNDATION SOILS THROUGH GROUTING

L. RADERMACHER, C. RADEANU
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

In recent years ,highway of our country grows vigorously now has become a stimulating domestic demand in the highway construction, and the important factors that promote the rapid development of national economy, it attaches great importance to by governments at all levels, highways extending unceasingly, also provides favourable conditions for the development of road transport.
To solve the above problems in practical engineering, we must be to deal with natural foundation, and road in deep soft soil, after processing the post-construction settlement. Different treatment methods of differential settlement between sections is bigger also. So need to be able to solve the problem of highway soft soil treatment of the actual reinforcement method and its design theory.
The constructional activities in the swamp often demand deep foundations because of the poor engineering properties and the related problems arising from weak soil at shallow depths.
This paper discusses grouting as one of the possible solutions to the foundation problems of swamp areas by improving the properties of soil at shallow depths.

Keywords: Grouting; cement; shear strength; bearing capacity; settlement


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