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A Study on Characteristics of Self-weight Consolidation of Bottom Ash Mixed Soil
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A Study on Characteristics of Self-weight Consolidation of Bottom Ash Mixed Soil
Yoon, Won-Sub; Shin, Seung-Gu; Chae, Young-Su;
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 Abstract
In order to meet the new requirements for landfill materials, this study planned a study to apply mixed soil of mixing bottom ash and coastal dredged soil to the dredged ground. Coal ash generated from thermal power plant is divided into fly ash and bottom ash. In the case of fly ash, many studies have been conducted because small particles causes permeability coefficient to be small during recycling so no problem has been raised in the environmental area but the utilization of bottom ash has been limited because environmental problems have been raised during recycling due to its larger particle size and greater permeability coefficient. According to recently published studies, however, the results of the study that conducted the water analysis of leachate generated in the ground improvement section using bottom ash showed that heavy metal contamination levels were found to be within the reference value and no significant environmental problems were found so utilization of bottom ash is evaluated to increase significantly in the future. This bottom ash has the particle size of sand and only transportation costs need to be considered when providing materials because the majority has been disposed and it is judged as the most suitable material in dredging landfill in the economic aspect because most thermal power plants are located in the coast and transportation costs can be reduced by ship. Also, research on mixed soil that can maximize the effect of the construction period and construction cost savings than dredged soil is determined as needed because the demand for coastal dredging reclamation is increasing such as Saemangeum project etc. Therefore, we studied self-weight consolidation characteristics depending on sample processing and mixing method of mixed soil by carrying out interior self-weight consolidation experiments on mixed soil of mixing bottom ash and Kaolinite according to the new development needs of recent coastal reclaimed ground and these result findings are expected to be used as basic data when applying the large coastal dredged ground in the future.
 Keywords
Self-weight consolidation;Mixed soil;Bottom ash;Kaolinite;Coal ash;Recycling;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
Bottom Ash를 성토재로 재활용 시 발생되는 침출수의 환경위해성 평가,이승철;정진희;이준희;

한국환경기술학회지, 2016. vol.17. 4, pp.332-339
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