Use Of Cement By-Pass Dust In Soil Stabilization

Show simple item record Taha, Ramzi en_US Al-Rawas, Amer en_US Al-Harthy, Ali en_US Al-Siyabi, Hilal en_US
date.accessioned 2009-11-25T13:06:41Z en_US
date.available 2009-11-25T13:06:41Z en_US
date.issued 2001 en_US
identifier.citation Engineering Journal of Qatar University, 2001, Vol. 14, Pages 61-76. en_US
identifier.uri en_US
description.abstract Cement by-pass dust (CBPD) or cement kiln dust (CKD) is a by-product of the manufacture of Portland cement. It is generated during the calcining process in the kiln. Lime (CaO) constitutes more than 60% of CBPD composition. Other compounds include Si02, AlzOs, FezOa, KzO, Na20, Cl', etc. Oman Cement Company generates about 25,000 to 30,000 tons of CBPD every year. Some CBPD is used as a filler for road asphalting. The remainder of the CBPD is disposed of on-site without any further reuse or reclamation. As such, research was carried out to investigate beneficial reuses of CBPD in the Sultanate of Oman. This paper presents the results of a study that investigated the use of CBPD in the stabilization of an expansive clay. The soil was stabilized with 0, 3, 6, and 9% CBPD. Mixtures were subjected to the following tests: (1) Atterberg limits, (2) pH, (3) compaction, (4) California Bearing Ratio (CBR), (5) swell percent, and (6) swell pressure. Results indicate that as cement by-pass dust content increases, the swell percent and maximum dry density decrease while the pH and CBR values tend to increase. Thus, CBPD could potentially act similar to lime or cement in improving the properties of clayey or silty soils. en_US
language.iso en en_US
publisher Qatar University en_US
subject Engineering: Research Papers en_US
title Use Of Cement By-Pass Dust In Soil Stabilization en_US
type Article en_US
identifier.pagination 61-76 en_US
identifier.volume 14 en_US

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