Geometry assessment and strength/stiffness monitoring of lime and cement modified soils via characterization of curing-induced property changes estimated from seismic wave propagation techniques and electrical resistivity
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Soil modification via binding additives such as lime and cement grout is a commonly used practice for improving the engineering properties of soil in civil and underground construction applications. Such additives change the properties of the soil by forming cementing agents that bond soil grains together. This cementing process increases the strength/stiffness and reduces the hydraulic conductivity of the modified soil. To ensure adequate performance of chemically modified soil, assessment of both engineering properties and the spatial extent of modification is vitally important. A variety of ...