Explain the principles involved in successful stabilisation, Civil Engineering

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Explain the basic principles involved in successful stabilisation of

(i) sand,

(ii) inert clay and

(iii) expansive soil.

Explain a method suitable to stabilise a highway fill foundation in hilly terrain with high rainfall.

 


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