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Paper Title: Geotechnical Assessment of the Effect of Road Flooding Durability Depth on Subgrade in Ibeno, South-South Nigeria
Authors Name: DR MFONISO UDOFIA AKA , Osu, Azuanamibebi Derikuma , Ukpong, Justin Ime , Inyang, Udeme Udofia
Unique Id: IJSDR2206012
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 6, June-2022
Abstract: Globally, flash-flood catastrophe is not a neoteric occurrence as the disastrous proneness breathes periodically enormous, especially in the area of study Ibeno that flood is periodically attributed to coastal flooding. Foundationally, the delineation of road structures is based on the strength of consolidated soil avowed as the subgrade. Subsequently, the subgrade is the in situ material upon which the roadway structure is placed. It is necessary to know the modes of damage to roads caused by flooding before embarking on it rehabilitation. This study assesses the effect of road flooding durability depths on the subgrade stability of soil samples actualized on the Kwa Ibo Upenekang road in Ibeno that was extremely faulty by flash-flood. Wet and dry soil samplings were assessed for California Bearing ratio (CBR), Particle size distributions, Atterberg limit, Group index, and resilient modulus. Resilient Modulus was evaluated for stress to strain relationship for the subgrade. CBR tests for upgrading of plunge, flood limit, durability, and firmness of its fittingness. Atterberg limit determination along with particle size distributions tests set on the bearing of soil as subgrade weighty. For durable flooding, the depth and dimensions of flooded subgrade strength show a lower value. In addition, particle and Atterberg limit resolutions show a fast and soaring existence of deputation for the lengthened durability.
Keywords: Durability, Soil Strength, Atterberg limit, Flooding, Resilient Modulus
Cite Article: "Geotechnical Assessment of the Effect of Road Flooding Durability Depth on Subgrade in Ibeno, South-South Nigeria", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 6, page no.80 - 89, June-2022, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2206012.pdf
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 6, June-2022
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