Research Project code：9800026325
Update date：Nov. 26, 2004
Study on suppression of the generation of surplus earth and other construction waste and their effective use (1)
1994 - 2000
Investigating Researcher (2)：
While the volume of residual soil and/or volume of waste concrete, etc. produced from construction work sites increases year by year, the environments surrounding their disposal continue worsening as exemplified by limitation of place of disposal of construction wastes, tapering off of the capacity of place of disposal, increase of disposal cost, etc. The present study is intended to improve the strength, compactibility, water permeability, etc. of Kanto loam and alluvial clay, which are left as wastes because of a problem of strength making them unfit for use as soil of banking or foundation, by mixing them with concrete regenerated sand and compacting them at high pressure. 1) High-density compaction test of Kanto loam. 2) High-density compaction test of alluvial clay.
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