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    For ground improvement in general three different methods can be recognized. For cohesive soils such as sand gravel and some silty sands compaction methods are a good ...
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    May 28, 2004· Dear Members: The nuclear densometer is regarded as as a fast and accurate tool to test the density and water content of compacted soils. For sure it is fast as...
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    According to the percentage of the four solid components (gravel, sand, silt and clay), the soil will be classified as: gravely, sandy, silty or clayey soil....
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