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Applicability Evaluation of Eco-Friendly Binder Material using Desulfurized Dust in Deep Cement Mixing Method
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Applicability Evaluation of Eco-Friendly Binder Material using Desulfurized Dust in Deep Cement Mixing Method
Ko, Hyoung-Woo; Seo, Se-Gwan; An, Yang-Jin; Kim, You-Seong; Cho, Dae-Sung;
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 Abstract
In this study, laboratory mixture design test and field test were performed to evaluate applicability of eco-friendly binder material (CMD-SOIL) using desulfurized dust in deep cement mixing method (DCM). As a result of laboratory mixture design test, the uniaxial compressive strength of CMD-SOIL was up to 1.136 times bigger than slag cement by changing the water content, mixing rate, and W/B. Also, it had shown the strength up to 1.222 times bigger in shell content and up to 1.363 times in mixing of floating soil. As a result of field test, field strength/laboratory design criterion strength ratio () is shown 0.77. And this result was similar to earlier studies. From this result, CMD-SOIL can show the same efficiency compared with existing binder.
 Keywords
DCM;Desulfurzied dust;Eco-friendly binder;Applicability evaluation;Uniaxial compression test;
 Language
Korean
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