Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. C (Geosphere Engineering)
Online ISSN : 2185-6516
ISSN-L : 2185-6516
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MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF LIQUEFIED STABILIZED SOIL MIXED WITH SHORT FIBERS REUTILIZED WASTE PET BOTTLES
Yukio FURUKAWATakahiro TAKEDA
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2017 Volume 73 Issue 2 Pages 157-168

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 When short fibers reutilized waste PET bottles is added to liquefied stabilized soil, the flow value and bleeding rate of mortar are affected by the length and diameter of the short fibers and decrease with the increase of its additive rate. The unconfined compressive strength was recognized to have correlations with the diameter and additive rate of short fibers and the density of adjusted slurry. Therefore, an experimental equation with the variables of these factors was proposed. Failure strain or deformation modulus was not recognized to have any correlation with the diameter, length, additive rate of short fibers and the density of adjusted slurry. On the other hand, because the strength ratio (the ratio between compression stress at 15% strain and unconfined compressive strength) showed to have a correlation with the diameter, length and additive rate of short fibers; an experimental equation with the variables of these factors was proposed.

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