DOI:​10.1016/J.CONBUILDMAT.2004.08.001
Corpus ID: 24632090
Stabilization of residual soil with rice husk ash and cement
E. A. Basha, R. Hashim, +1 author A. S. Muntohar
Published 2005
Materials Science

Construction and Building Materials
Abstract Stabilization of residual soils is studied by chemically using cement and rice husk ash. Investigation includes the evaluation of such properties of the soil as compaction, strength, and X… Expand
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