Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Experimental Study On Mechanical Properties Of Black Cotton Soil By Using Banana Fibre
Kanchunadham v s somasekhar ,Chinta sivanarayana
Black cotton soil is posing dangerous technical challenges in some areas. Because of their low strength and deformation properties, black cotton soils make it difficult to create buildings. This research included the issues with black cotton soil, their solutions, the safety measures implemented, as well as the construction recommendations. This study aims to investigate the differences in shear strength parameters and CBR values of black cotton soil after reinforced with 0.4 percent, 0.8 percent, and 1.2 percentages of banana fibers, with a 15mm in length. Another effort to study the change in cohesiveness and angle of internal friction values when reinforced at different points in a compaction mould has been made with natural fibers. Experiments are conducted in a controlled environment in a laboratory as part of the systematic process.
Experimental, Mechanical, Properties, Soil
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