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Changes in the Strength Characteristics of Glinistx Soils under the Influence of Dynamic Forces

Khakimov Gayrat Akramovich

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<dct:description>&lt;p&gt;In order to study in depth the impact of vibration on the strength characteristics of clay soils, as well as to develop methods that increase the strength characteristics and contribute to the elimination of seismic shrinkage deformations of clay soils, we conducted research in the field. In field experimental studies, the svaw-12 trailed, smooth vibration roller, manufactured in Germany, was used. We paid special attention to the further behavior of the soil after the vibration and made observations and measurements of soil indicators for two months. The experiments in the field with vibration column showed an increase of soil deformation with increasing duration of the fluctuations, i.e. there is a linear relationship between the increases in soil density on the duration of oscillations. In the process of vibration, there is a sharp decrease in the force of adhesion and the angle of internal friction, which is apparently associated with a violation of the structure of the soil and its compaction. And then at the end of the vibration process, over time, there is an increase in the adhesion (1.5-2 times) and the internal friction angle (1.2 times) of the soil, obviously as a result of the soil acquiring new strength and compaction under the influence of its own weight. This circumstance is also associated with the humidity state of the soil.&lt;/p&gt;</dct:description>
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