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Abstract

Although the concept and use of soil-cement for ground improvement, excavation<br>and liquefaction migitation has been available for several decades, a reliable, routinely applied<br>Non-Destructive Testing WT] method has yet to be defined. This thesis looks at two<br>approaches for examining the in-situ material as to its Unconfined Compressive Strength PCS].<br>The dynamic properties of the mixtures are examined by measuring shear wave velocity. Cored<br>samples were taken from the material at the 28-day mark for laboratory testing of UCS. These<br>results were correlated to the measurements made by the NDT device.

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2000-02-20
2021-11-30
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