The Peculiarities and Possibility Mechanical Compaction by Tamping of the Active Layer in the Cryolytozone

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The use of shallow and surface foundations without changing the properties of the active (seasonally thawed) layer is impossible. The ground of the active layer may be improved for used as a base in the cryolitozone. To reduce the thaw settlement ability and avoid active layer frost susceptibility a well-known technique of ground compaction by tamping may be used. This paper presents the peculiarities and possibility the properties of the active layer improvement.

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N. Semenova, "The Peculiarities and Possibility Mechanical Compaction by Tamping of the Active Layer in the Cryolytozone", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 305-308, 2019

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