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Effect of randomly distributed polypropylene fiber reinforcement on the shear behavior of sandy soil

. Sheikhzadeh M. 2008 On the use of textile fibers to achieve mechanical soil stabilization 4th Inttex cloth des conf Dubrovnik, Croatia; 5 – 8 [2] Ahmad, F., Mujah, D., Hazarika, H., and Safari, A. (2012). Assessing the potential reuse of recycled glass fibre in problematic soil applications, Journal of Cleaner Production, 35, 102–107. Ahmad F. Mujah D. Hazarika H. Safari A. 2012 Assessing the potential reuse of recycled glass fibre in problematic soil applications, Journal of Cleaner Production 35 102 – 107 [3] Al Refeai, O

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Shear strength of compacted Chlef sand: effect of water content, fines content and others parameters

CANOU J. DUPLA J.C. Structure initiale et propriétés de liquéfaction statique d’un sable Compte Rendus Mecanique 2004 332 887 894 [13] BENESSALAH I., ARAB A., VILLARD P., SADEK M., KADRI A., Laboratory study on shear strength behaviour of reinforced sandy soil: effect of glass fiber content and other parameters Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 2016, 41, 13431353. BENESSALAH I. ARAB A. VILLARD P. SADEK M. KADRI A. Laboratory study on shear strength behaviour of reinforced sandy soil: effect of glass fiber content

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A Laboratory Investigation on Shear Strength Behavior of Sandy Soil: Effect of Glass Fiber and Clinker Residue Content

prefabricated vertical drains , Geotextiles and Geomembranes, 2006, 24(6), 339–348. [13] C onsoli N.C., C asagrande M.D., C oop M.R., Effect of fiber reinforcement on the isotropic compression behavior of sand , Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, 2005, 131(11), 1434–1436. [14] C onsoli N.C., M ontardo J.P., D onato M., P rietto P.D.M., Effect of material properties on the behaviour of sand-cement-fibre composites , Ground Improvement, 2004, 8(2), 77–90. [15] C onsoli N.C., M ontardo J.P., P rietto P.D.M., P asa G

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Treatment of a collapsible soil using a bentonite–cement mixture

, even without the addition of loads, saturation causes the intergranular bonds to fail, thus giving a denser structure and resulting in the collapse of the soil particles. These metastable soils are generally composed of a predominant percentage of silts and a small percentage of fine elements. Several studies [ 1 , 2 ] have been carried out in the field of identification of these types of soils. Indeed, several methods have been developed in this direction, from direct to empirical methods. Some researchers (e.g. Abbeche et al. [ 2 ] and Houston et al. [ 3

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