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Analysis of Influencing Factors of Silt Solidified Soil in Flowing State

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DOI: 10.4236/wjet.2019.73033    103 Downloads   226 Views

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Every year, a large amount of silt is generated by river dredging. For the characteristics of dredging silt, such as high moisture content, low strength and high compressibility, the traditional solidification method can no longer better solve this kind of silt problem. This paper mainly studies the fluidized solidification treatment of high water content sludge, not only makes the silt soil achieve a good solidification effect, but also the project cost is lower, the construction method is more environmentally friendly and green. The influencing factors of the solidified soil are mainly investigated by the unconfined compression test and the fluidity test. The experiment result shows 1)When the cement to sludge mass ratio (RCS) is 0.09 - 0.16 and the fly ash to cement mass ratio (RFC) is 0.35 - 0.80, as the amount of RFC increases, the flow rate of the solidified soil gradually decreases. With the increase of time, the liquidity is significantly reduced, and the influence of cement on the fluidity is greater than that of fly ash. 2) When RCS = 0.09 - 0.16, the strength of the sludge solidified soil at 28 d age increased by 4.5 - 6 times. 3) When RCS = 0.09 - 0.16 and RFC = 35% - 80%, the intensity of 14 d increased by 1.23 times than that of 7 d, and the intensity of 28 days increased by 1.29 times than that of 14 d. This experiment can provide the mix ratio design of solidified materials for different needs of the project, which can better provide a basis for engineering application and strength prediction.

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Ding, J. , Feng, Z. , Sun, D. , You, K. , Yan, M. and Xun, Y. (2019) Analysis of Influencing Factors of Silt Solidified Soil in Flowing State. World Journal of Engineering and Technology, 7, 455-464. doi: 10.4236/wjet.2019.73033.

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