EFFECT OF COMPACTION ON ENGINEERING PROPERTIES OF SOIL

SURYAKANTA | October 28, 2015

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During compaction the reduction in volume is mainly due to expulsion of pore air and rearrangement of particles resulting in their closer packing. Compaction of a soil mass results in increase in dry density. The dry density attained depends on water content, amount and type of compaction.

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