Improvement of Rheological Properties of Soil Structure Based on Lignite Dispersion
Mirzoev Akmal Akhadovich1, Khodjayev Yanvarjon Djakhangirovich2
1Mirzoev Akmal Akhadovich, Senior Researcher, Institute of Mechanics and Seismic Stability of Structures of UzAS
2Khodjayev Yanvarjon Djakhangirovich, Lead Senior Researcher, Physical-Technical Institute of SPA “Physics-Sun” of UzAS
Manuscript received on 23 August 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 09 September 2019. | Manuscript published on 30 September 2019. | PP: 3700-3704 | Volume-8 Issue-11, September 2019. | Retrieval Number: K25480981119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.K2548.0981119
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Abstract: This article examines the change in stress and strain media, in particular natural leonardite (brown coal), prepared for grinding and during grinding, due to the restructuring of the material, i.e. changes in the relative position and deformation of the elements of the structure, including at the level of macromolecules that are inert to the deformation and relaxation processes, provide important for the technology to use improved rheological properties of the soil structure based on dispersion of leonardite, information about the physical properties of the material and its structure. The time variation of the stress in an inert-viscous-elastic medium with a constant strain rate depending on the values of the rheological parameters, it is possible to occur by three laws: aperiodic (steady), critical and oscillatory damp Keywords:
Keywords: Humus substance (HS), The dispersion medium, environmentally safe fertilisers, Humic acids, Rheologically complex environment, Inert viscous and Elastic medium model, Relaxation model, Relaxation equation, Coal dispersion.
Scope of the Article: Building and Environmental Acoustics.