Parametric Investigation Of Soil Susceptibility To Compaction Using Temperature Deviation Curves
Soil compaction can be explained using basic properties of soil. Cohesive soil sample were collected from five major region of the main site of investigation. Unlike other method of analyzing soil compaction, temperature deviation curves were used as the determinant for testing for compaction. It was discovered also that the temperature deviation curves can be used to find the annual amplitude...
Published at Science Journal Of Civil Engineering And Architecture
Published in 2012
Uno E Uno, Moses E Emetere, Adelabu, J. S.
Emetere Moses » Emetere, Moses Eterigho is a theoretical/applied physicist. His research interest is modeling of physical systems. He has local and national awards for meritorious service. Recently, he won the prestigious African Union (AU) & The World Academic of Science (TWAS) award for his numerous research accomplishments- 2015 AU/TWAS Young Scientist National Award. He has published over seventy peered... view full profile
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