Proceedings of the Deep Mixing 2015 Conference, (DFI)
Research on Strength Characteristics of Cement-Treated Soils at Construction Joints
Kazuhiko Ueno, Penta-Ocean Construction Co., Ltd., Japan; Sachihiko Tokunaga, CDM Association, Japan; Takeo Asanuma, Toa Corporation, Japan; Yoshiyuki Morikawa, Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan; Daisuke Nakagawa, Penta-Ocean Construction Co., Ltd., Japan; Naoyuki Hanawa, Penta-Ocean Construction Co., Ltd., Japan; Tatsuo Nagatsu, Penta-Ocean Construction Co., Ltd., Japan
In the cement deep mixing (CDM) method, one approach to joint construction is creating a surface-contact joint. In this study, an unconsolidated-undrained triaxial compression test was performed on cement-treated soil specimens with joints artificially created by successive pouring. The effects of the presence or absence of such successive pouring joints on the strength of the specimens were then examined. The results showed that the compressive strength of the specimen decreased by approximately 0%–30% with a successive pouring joint.
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