GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUE USING STONE COLUMN

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ANKIT VADI
ISMAIL VAGHELA

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An increasing activityof building construction process in many areas such a week soil in ground base. Present day value of land is increasing continually so scarcity of land occur. It is actual hard to provide base foundation for minimal sites. Also liquefaction is the major causes of adjacent spreading, failures of embankments, ports, harbors, bridge foundation and industrial building foundations during earthquakes.so it is exciting job for geo technical engineer to afford innocuous or stable foundation. Ground improvement is one of the process for increasing shear strength of soil, decrease soil absorbency and compressibility in geo-technical engineering. For small structure like buttresses, industries, embankments etc. stone columns is economical procedure which is tolerates. Approximate settlements in compressible and adequate grade of soil. It is required to improve ground condition for growing force bearing capacity for very soft and incompetent soil. Soil improvement method is be subject to soil type, available time and realistic load. A uneven soil in ground if increase the strength for use reinforcing material provides by two methods are compaction and addition of various type of materials. Refining strengths of loose soil we are exhausting method of stone columns.by the using stones columns improve soil strength of unconfined cohesive soil. It is use for decrees the effect of pore water gravity. In may increase the complex stiffness as relate tosoilThis process most difficult task is distribution the load in among soil and columns. It may use raft and small building foundation. Performance of multiple set of stones columns studies for adjacent distortion, stress concertation aspect and stress clearance.

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ANKIT VADI, & ISMAIL VAGHELA. (2021). GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUE USING STONE COLUMN. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 5(4), 1–4. Retrieved from https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/1490
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