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Swelling of compacted soils as function of character of structural bonds

, : Swelling of compacted soils as function of character of structural bonds. Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin 44(16-12): 37-43

Study of swelling processes in compacted black meadow soils in the Alazani Valley, Georgia, USSR, with natural and disturbed structure provided a basis for determining the type of contact between soil particles. The soils with natural structure had a transitional type of contact, whose presence predisposed to compaction. Disruption of transitional contact and the structural bonds developing on contact caused an increase by a factor of 2 in soil swelling.

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