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A Critical Review on the Utilization of Mobile Waste and LDPE Plastic in the Preparation of Flexible Pavement


Ashish Kumar Bakoriya , Research scholar, Department Of Civil Engineering, JIT- Khargone; Jitendra D. Chouhan, Asst. Prof. Department Of Civil Engineering, JIT- Khargone


Mobile Waste, LDPE Plastic, Flexible Pavement


Several aspects of asphalt mixtures were addressed using state-of-the-art laboratory test equipment and technical literature from different information sources. In this thesis, we use the Marshall method to determine the actual percentage of the waste polythene. Black cotton soil is swelling in nature. Whenever there is a change in environmental conditions there is a change in moisture content of soil and locally available soil start showing swelling and variation in properties due to which its load-bearing strength decreases. If already there is a structure exists then there is the possibility that the structure gets damaged and if there is a plan for any construction then we have to consider the swelling behavior of the soil. There are many methods for soil stabilization adding additives limestone, fly ash, rise husk etc, or by adding chemicals or by adding fibers. A new method on which much research is going on is soil stabilization by using waste plastic as reinforced fiber. The problem of disposal of such material can be overcome by using these materials as a soil stabilizer for soil stabilization.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV10I110012
Published in: Volume : 10, Issue : 11
Publication Date: 01/02/2023
Page(s): 81-82

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