Soil Stabilization Using Waste Coconut Coir Fiber
Glory David Vengurlekar, Vaishnavi Rakesh Jadhav, Deepali Aapaji Bodekar, Prof.Wasim Shaikh
Soil stabilization, Coconut coir fiber, waste management, improving soil properties
The soil above which a civil engineering structure rests must have adequate shear strength and bearing capacity if it is to be secure and stable. When the soil on the site is unsuitable, it can be improved using the soil stabilization method. The primary goal of this review paper is to examine the method of soil stabilization using data from previous studies. The engineering properties of permeability, shear strength, shrinkage, and swelling are all improved by soil stabilization. All soil stabilization techniques are divided into two groups: chemical stabilization and mechanical stabilization. The process of mechanical stabilization involves adding various admixtures to the soil to change its chemical makeup, change its gradation, and stabilize the soil. Fly ash, lime, cement, coconut coir fiber, and other materials are used as soil stabilizers.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 34 - 37
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