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Dynamic Behavior of Geosynthetic-Reinforced Expansive Soil under Freeze-Thaw Cycles
Advances in Civil Engineering
Expansive soil has a significant impact on the stability of many key construction projects in cold regions. To study the physical and mechanical properties of expanded soil under the condition of freeze-thaw cycle, cryogenic cyclic triaxial tests were conducted on the dynamic and the displacement characteristics of geosynthetic-reinforced expansive soil subjected to the freeze-thaw cycles. Compared with the unreinforced expansive soil samples, the effects of freeze-thaw cycles on the soildoi:10.1155/2021/5526854 doaj:32dfdbe4e4314bc08773f2db64603e2d fatcat:sgfmdhfdprajjljztkjvpcvdam