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Suresh M., Dr. Hari Krishna Karanam* and Damodhar Naidu C. H.


The soil bed should bear all the stresses, transmitted by the structure. If the soil is weak and has not enough stability is resist heavy loading the soil should be stabilized and quality of the soil is also increased, the ability of the soil to distribute the load over a greater area is generally increased. Using of traditional stabilizers like lime, cement, bitumen etc, will become high cost and problem of disposal of agricultural industry waste resulted into investigation of potential of agricultural industry waste in stabilizing clayey soils. Here the soil stabilization material is sugarcane straw ash, the use of this ash reduce is vulnerability to water if the treated soil is able to with stand the stresses imposed on it by traffic under all weather conditions without excessive deformation, then it is generally regarded as table. This research determined the geotechnical properties of soil modified with sugar straw ash with a view to obtaining a cheaper and effective replacement for the conventional soil stabilizers preliminary tests were performed on one samples, A and B for identification and classification purposes followed by the consistency limit tests., Geotechnical strength tests, (compaction, California bearing ratio(CBR)) (unconfined compressive strength and triaxial) were also performed on the samples both at the stabilized and un stabilized states adding (0,2.5,5,7.5,10% sugarcane straw ash).

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