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An Experimental Study for Strength Improvement of Soft Ground using Hardening Agent and Silicate Mineral Power
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 Title & Authors
An Experimental Study for Strength Improvement of Soft Ground using Hardening Agent and Silicate Mineral Power
Kim, Sung-Wook; Choi, Eun-Kyeong; Cho, Jinwoo; Lee, JuHyung; Lee, Kyu-Hwan;
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 Abstract
The demand for environmental consideration is on the increase in civil engineering. This study focuses on the development of technology to reduce the use of carbonate cement and improve its performance by using a silicate mineral and hardening agents, and presents the test results for the demonstrative evaluation of the properties of the raw material. Highly active feldspar was used as a binder to augment the bonding of the carbonate cement, and their change in strength was observed after test piece construction with the addition of soluble hardening agent. The uniaxial compression strength of the test piece of the general Portland cement with the addition of 0.5% soluble hardening agent, showed an increase by 33% and that of the test piece of cement with the addition of 70% substituted with feldspar increased by 28%. The strength of viscous soil; classified as soft ground, showed an increase of a maximum of 1.7 times when it was mixed with cement and solidifier depending on the curing period. These tests confirmed that a soluble solidifier is effective for improving the strength of a cement binder and that the highly active feldspar can be used as a binder.
 Keywords
hardening agent;silicate mineral;feldspar;binder;uniaxial compression strength;
 Language
Korean
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