Combinations of binders for improvement/treatment of contaminated soils

Theodore Gautier Bikoko, Jean Claude Tchamba & Felix Ndubisi Okonta
Soil improvement or soil treatment is the process of mixing binder (s) such as cement, blast furnace slag, fly ash, lime, basic oxygen furnace slag, desilicated fly ash, high carbon fly ash, modified clay, silica fume, sodium silicate, bentonite, dicalcium phosphate, high refractory cements, zeolite, activated carbon and others to the contaminated soil in order to improve its strength, bearing capacity, density, stiffness, workability, durability (e.g. freeze-thaw, wet-dry) and decrease its plasticity, leachability, porosity, permeability...
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