Author(s): Krishna Puthiran V S, Guru S, Manikandan G, Prof. R. Jagadeesh Kumar
Published in: International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Volume/Issue: Volume. 6 - Issue. 01 , February - 2017
A pavement is a hard crust constructed over a soil for the purpose of giving the stable and even surface for the vehicles, likewise buildings meant for habitation. But if the soil supporting the buildings and pavements is weak, it will leads to failure and the purpose will not be served. So the supporting soil needs to be stabilized. But the conventionally used methods are uneconomical. So, the need of developing the soil stability with low cost and environment friendly is necessary. In this paper, various articles have been reviewed in order to discuss the various economical and effective ground improvement techniques (GIT). In those articles the various stabilizing agents employed for soil stabilization are Bio Enzyme, terrazyme, permazyme, lime, fujibeton, renolith, lime, quarry dust, fiber, etc. The effect of these stabilizing agents and its optimum content for effective Ground Improvement process are also been discussed.
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