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Research Paper | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019
Study on the Effect of Chebulic Myrobalan Solution on CBR Strength of Sandy Soil
Showket Ahmad Sheikh  | Basharat Aziz
Abstract: Efforts in this study were primarily aimed at in making use of natural sand for potential use as road subgrade in the design of flexible pavements. Chebulic Myrolobalan has been introduced to geotechnical engineering to increase the mechanical strength of sand. Soils are strong in compression but weak in tension. The current practice is to modify the strength of the soils by addition of chebulic myrobalan to meet the design specifications.
Keywords: Chebulic Myrobalan, CBR, Field tests, Subgrades, Flexible Pavement
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019,
Pages: 2048 - 2051
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