Vol. 4, Issue 1 (2019)
Improvement of soil mixing by using deep in situ soil mixing technique
Author(s): Ashish Solanki, Sanjay Kumar
Abstract: In situ measurements of soil suction and water content in deep soil layers still speak to a test. For the most part created inside agriculture related controls, field strategies for the recognizable proof of soil retention conduct have been so far utilized in the geotechnical context to monitor shallow avalanches and regular volume changes underneath shallow foundations, inside the most shallow ground strata. The Deep Soil Mixing (DSM or Wet Soil Mixing strategy) is an in situ soil treatment innovation whereby the soil is mixed with cementitious or potentially different materials, so as to improve bearing limit of soil.