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Stabilization of Soils Using Chemical Admixtures: A Review
Journal of University of Babylon for Engineering Sciences
Searching for the best soil stabilizer to overcome problems occur by the soft soils are still being the main concern, not only to achieve the required soil engineering properties but also by considering the cost and the effect to the environment. This review paper presents the results of experimental researches on soil stabilization by using the most chemical admixtures, which involved cement, lime and fly ash, and their effectiveness in the engineering properties of soil. Based on thedoi:10.29196/jubes.v27i1.1970 fatcat:i6l2g5b5mbgjtoehyhmexxnswy