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|Title||Influence of Leaching on Gypseous Soil|
|Title in Arabic||Influence of Leaching on Gypseous Soil|
Gypseous soil disturbed in many regions of the world. Existence of these soils with high gypsum content caused many problems to the buildings and structures that built on it due to dissolution and leaching of the gypsum slates by the action of water flow through the soil mass. Therefore, it is necessary to study the properties of such soils and improve it. Leaching (infiltration) effects on flow rates and some chemicals tests (T.S.S.) of sandy Gypseous soil were investigated in this study. Time, leachate condition and flow rate were considered. The leaching and flow rate measurements were carried out utilizing the special approach. The aim of this study is to simulate infiltration of water in Gypseous soil after mixing with additive. Test results show that leaching strain and the salts dissolved is a time dependent process. Also, the flow rate change with type of additive.
|Published in||The Fifth International Conference on Engineering and Sustainability (ICES5)|
|Publisher||The Islamic University of Gaza|
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