Influence of Lime, Rice Husk Ash and Coconut Fibre on Strength Properties of Subgrade
Rahila Jan1, Mohd. Irshad Malik2, Amanpreet Tangri3
1Rahila Jan, Student, Department of Civil Engineering, Chandigarh University, India.
2Mohd. Irshad Malik, Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Jalandhar, India.
3Amanpreet Tangri, Department of Geotechnical Engineering (GNDEC), NIT Jalandhar, India.
Manuscript received on May 16, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on May 21, 2020. | Manuscript published on June 10, 2020. | PP: 769-772 | Volume-9 Issue-8, June 2020. | Retrieval Number: H6721069820/2020©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.H6721.069820
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Abstract: Soil stability is a significant criterion in the field of development, for soil which needs adequate steadiness, different adjustment strategies can be embraced. The entrenched methods of soil adjustment regularly utilize such establishing operators like cement. Substitution of solidifying substance with commercial or agriculture outcome is profoundly attractive. Rice husk ash is an extremely prospective agriculture dissipates as pozzolanic materials that bring about a prevalent property after joined with lime. Also, coconut fibre is well known for its durability and high resistance and gives well establishing results when combined with lime and rice husk ash. This study worked on the experimental investigation of clayey soil with admixtures like lime, rice husk ash and coconut fibre. This study included the calculation of properties of the soil as consistency limits and strength characteristics. Clay type of soil is used in this study. In view of compaction, expansion of lime, RHA and coconut fibre diminishes the dry density and expands the moisture content. From the perspective of strength characteristics and economical terms, expansion of 6% lime, 8 % RHA and 1 % coconut fibre are prescribed as ideal value for subgrade soil adjustment.
Keywords: Soil stabilisation, Lime, RHA, Coconut fibre, Clay.
Scope of the Article: Properties and Mechanics of Concrete