ijaers social
facebook
twitter
Blogger
google plus

International Journal of Civil, Mechanical and Energy Science

ijcmes google ijcmes academia ijcmes rootindexing ijcmes reddit ijcmes IIFS ijcmes research bib ijaers digg ijcmes tumblr ijcmes plurk ijcmes I2OR ijcmes ASI ijcmes slideshare ijcmes open jgate ijcmes exactseek ijcmes Scrub the web ijcmes entireweb ijcmes speech counts ijcmes bibsonomy

Porosity Model Evaluation Pressured by Void Ratio on Homogenous Compression of Fine Sand Formation in Obioakpor, Port Hacourt( Vol-3,Issue-1,January 2017 )

Author(s):

Eleki A. G, Eluozo S. N, Nwaoburu A .O

Keywords:

permeability coefficient, void ratio, compressibility and fine sand.

Abstract:

This study develop model that will evaluates the influences of soil compression in natural condition or in an impose loads determined by the rate of soil porosity. Porosity evaluation in homogeneous fines sand formation were to monitor the homogeneous setting effect from the rate of low void ratio and permeability observed to pressure compression of fine sand, the expression has proven different dimensions that will always generate homogeneous setting in the deltaic formation, to predict this types of porosity, mathematical modelling approach were applied, the developed system generated governing equation that were derived to produced predictive model for porosity evaluation in fine sand formation. Soil and highway engineers can apply these techniques during design of roads and foundation as a parameter that is highly significant to check the rate of porosity on soil compression.

Cite This Article:
Show All (MLA | APA | Chicago | Harvard | IEEE | Bibtex)
Paper Statistics:
  • Total View : 580
  • Downloads : 11
  • Page No: 024-027
Share:
References:

[1] Delage, P., Cui, Y. J., De Laure, E., 1998. Air flow through unsaturated compacted silt. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Unsaturated Soils, Beijing, Vol. 1, pp. 563 – 568.
[2] Dörner, J., Horn, R., 2006. Anisotropy of pore functions in structured Stagnic Luvisols in the Weichselian moraine region in N Germany. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 169, 213 – 220.
[3] Goss, M. J., Ehlers, W., 2010. Comment on the Editorial “The intensity-capacity concept – How far is it possible to predict intersity values with capacity parameters” [R. Horn, M. Kutilek, Soil Till. Res. 103 (2009) 1 – 3]. Soil Till. Res. 106, 349 – 350.
[4] Håkansson, I., 1990. A method for characterizing the state of compactness of the plough layer. Soil Till. Res. 16, 105 – 120.
[5] Håkansson, I., Lipiec, J., 2000. A review of the usefulness of relative bulk density values in studies of soil structure and compaction. Soil Till. Res. 53, 71 – 85.
[6] Hemmat, A., Adamchuk, V.I., 2008. Sensor systems for measuring soil compaction: Review and analysis. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 63, 89 – 103.
[7] Horn, R., Kutilek, M., 2009. The intensity-capacity concept – How far is it possible to predict intensity values with capacity parameters. Soil Till. Res. 103, 1 – 3.
[8] Koolen A.J., Kuipers H., 1989. Soil deformation under compressive forces, in Mechanics soils ed. by Larson et al. Nato ASI Series. Series E : Applied Sciences, 172.
[9] Kozlowski, T. T., 1999. Soil compaction and growth of woody plants. Scand. J. For. Res. 14, 596 – 619.
[10] Lipiec, J, Hatano, R., 2003. Quantification of compaction effects on soil physical properties and crop growth. Geoderma 2003, 107 – 136.
[11] [11] Moldrup, P., Olesen, T., Komatsu, T., Schjønning, P., Rolston, D. E., 2001. Tortuosity, diffusivity, and permeability in the soil liquid and gaseous phases. Soil Sci. Soc. Am.
[12] Moldrup, P., Yoshikawa, S., Olesen, T., Komatsu, Rolston, D. E., 2003. Air permeability in undisturbed volcanic ash soils: predictive model test and soil structure fingerprint. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 67, 32 – 40.
[13] Moon, S., Nam, K., Kim, J.K., Hwan, S.K., Chung, M., 2008. Effectiveness of compacted soil liner as a gas barrier layer in the landfill final cover system. Waste Management 28, 1909 – 1914.
[14] O’Sullivan, M. F., Robertson, E. A. G., Henshall, J. K., 1999. Shear effects on gas transport in soil. Soil Till. Res. 50, 73 – 83.
[15] Olson, M. S., Tillman, F. D., Choi, J .W., Smith, J. A., 2001. Comparison of three techniques to measure unsaturated-zone air permeability at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 53, 1 – 19.
[16] Seyfried, M. S., Murdock, M. D., 1997. Use of air permeability to estimate infiltrability of frozen soil. Journal of Hydrology 202, 95 – 107.
[17] Soane, B. D. and van Ouwerkerk, C., 1994. Soil compaction problems in world agriculture. In: B.D. Soane and C. van Ouwerkerk, Editors, Soil Compaction in Crop Production, Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1994), pp. 1–21.
[18] Tuli, A., Hopmans, J. W., Rolston, D. E., Moldrup, P., 2005. Comparison of air and water permeability between disturbed and undisturbed soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69, 1361 – 1371.
[19] Anh Minh Tang Yu-Jun Cui, Guy Richard Pauline DéfossezA study on the air permeability as affected by compression of three French soils Author manuscript, published in "Geoderma 162, 1-2 (2011) 171-181" DOI : 10.1016/j.geoderma.2011.01.019
[20] Gbenga M. A Oluwatobi I. O influence of rice husk ash on soil permeability Transnational Journal of Science and Technology, TJST December 2013 edition vol.3, No.10