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Comparison the Effect of In-situ Mixing Method and Mixed Laying Method for Construction of Stabilizing Layer on Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil
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  • Journal title : Tunnel and Underground Space
  • Volume 25, Issue 6,  2015, pp.505-514
  • Publisher : Korean Society for Rock Mechanics
  • DOI : 10.7474/TUS.2015.25.6.505
 Title & Authors
Comparison the Effect of In-situ Mixing Method and Mixed Laying Method for Construction of Stabilizing Layer on Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil
Lee, Sang-Moo; Kim, Jin-Hwan; Yun, Yeo-Joon; Kim, Yoon-Su; Park, Nam-Seo;
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 Abstract
In this study, a stabilizing equipment was developed to resolve the problems of existing stabilization construction method for contaminated soil. The field application and workability of the stabilizing equipment were verified through field demonstration tests and laboratory tests. The field application of the stabilizing equipment was identified through field demonstration tests. As a result of laboratory tests for field mixed soil, the mixing capability of stabilizer of the developed construction method was better than that of existing construction method.
 Keywords
Contaminated soil;Stabilization construction;Stabilizing equipment;Field application;Mixing capability;
 Language
Korean
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