Volume -I , Issue -VII, October 2014

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION, ON HIGH EXPENSIVE BLACK COTTION SOIL BY USING PHOSPHOGYSPUM, LIME AND FLY ASH”

Author(s) :

Shelendra Kumar

Abstract

Sustainable production and consumption, leading to increased resource efficiency, is now high on the political agenda. Various alternatives are developed inform of advanced materials and waste utilization for resource intensive activities such as the construction of infrastructure including highways. The range of materials incorporated includes recycled asphalt, recycled concrete, ashes, slags, foundry sand, glass, plastic, rubber and other chemicals. Feasibility studies concerning the potential for the use of these materials are plentiful and some studies exist which have considered the engineering as well as environmental credentials of such practices. This particular study summarizes work conducted to date and investigates the engineering as well performance of Fly ash Lime& Phosphogyspum to replace conventional materials in non-bituminous layers of flexible pavement.

Keywords

Experimental Investigation , Black Cottion Soil ,Phosphogyspum , political agenda.

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How to Cite this Paper? [APA Style]
Shelendra Kumar, (2014), EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION, ON HIGH EXPENSIVE BLACK COTTION SOIL BY USING PHOSPHOGYSPUM, LIME AND FLY ASH”, Industrial Science Journal, http://industrialscience.org/Article.aspx?aid=54&vid=7, (October, 2014)
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