Design Procedures for Soil-Lime Stabilization for Road and Railway Embankments. Part 1-Review of Design Methods

Lo Bosco, D

Risultato della ricerca: Article

Abstract

When selecting the appropriate materials for constructing road infrastructures, an important way for minimizing both the economical and environmental impact is to make use of lime for treating soils that are not suitable for road or railways construction.Advances in lime stabilization technique allowed the successful use of this technique also for improving the bearing capacity of the subgrade, with noticeable savings on both aggregate and disposal charges.In this paper a review of internationally adopted design methods for soil-lime mixture is presented, in order to compare testing methods and requirements of the adopted criteria, as discussed in Part 2.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)755-764
Numero di pagine10
RivistaPROCEDIA: SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
Volume53
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2012

Fingerprint

Embankments
Lime
Stabilization
Soils
Bearing capacity
Environmental impact
Testing

Cita questo

@article{f1c4caac16ef42f58914b51722d9e716,
title = "Design Procedures for Soil-Lime Stabilization for Road and Railway Embankments. Part 1-Review of Design Methods",
abstract = "When selecting the appropriate materials for constructing road infrastructures, an important way for minimizing both the economical and environmental impact is to make use of lime for treating soils that are not suitable for road or railways construction.Advances in lime stabilization technique allowed the successful use of this technique also for improving the bearing capacity of the subgrade, with noticeable savings on both aggregate and disposal charges.In this paper a review of internationally adopted design methods for soil-lime mixture is presented, in order to compare testing methods and requirements of the adopted criteria, as discussed in Part 2.",
keywords = "soil stabilization; lime; mechanical performances; reuse of clay soils.",
author = "{Lo Bosco, D} and Bernardo Celauro and Antonio Bevilacqua and Clara Celauro",
year = "2012",
language = "English",
volume = "53",
pages = "755--764",
journal = "Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences",
issn = "1877-0428",
publisher = "Elsevier BV",

}

TY - JOUR

T1 - Design Procedures for Soil-Lime Stabilization for Road and Railway Embankments. Part 1-Review of Design Methods

AU - Lo Bosco, D

AU - Celauro, Bernardo

AU - Bevilacqua, Antonio

AU - Celauro, Clara

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - When selecting the appropriate materials for constructing road infrastructures, an important way for minimizing both the economical and environmental impact is to make use of lime for treating soils that are not suitable for road or railways construction.Advances in lime stabilization technique allowed the successful use of this technique also for improving the bearing capacity of the subgrade, with noticeable savings on both aggregate and disposal charges.In this paper a review of internationally adopted design methods for soil-lime mixture is presented, in order to compare testing methods and requirements of the adopted criteria, as discussed in Part 2.

AB - When selecting the appropriate materials for constructing road infrastructures, an important way for minimizing both the economical and environmental impact is to make use of lime for treating soils that are not suitable for road or railways construction.Advances in lime stabilization technique allowed the successful use of this technique also for improving the bearing capacity of the subgrade, with noticeable savings on both aggregate and disposal charges.In this paper a review of internationally adopted design methods for soil-lime mixture is presented, in order to compare testing methods and requirements of the adopted criteria, as discussed in Part 2.

KW - soil stabilization; lime; mechanical performances; reuse of clay soils.

UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10447/69625

M3 - Article

VL - 53

SP - 755

EP - 764

JO - Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences

JF - Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences

SN - 1877-0428

ER -