Rice husk ash and its utilization in soil improvement: An overview

  • Tác giả: Duong Thanh Nguyen; Nu Thi Nguyen; Ha Ngoc Thi Pham; Hai Huu Phung; Hung Van Nguyen
  • Cơ quan:
    Faculty of Geosciences and Geoengineering, Hanoi University of Mining and Geology, Vietnam
  • Từ khóa: Agricultural by-product,Burning time,Chemical binders,Rice husk ash (RHA),Soil improvement,Temperature.
  • Nhận bài: 21-02-2020
  • Chấp nhận: 23-05-2020
  • Đăng online: 30-06-2020
Trang: 1 - 11
Lượt xem: 228

Tóm tắt:

The utilization of waste materials in soil improvement is the potential for the reduction of the negative effect on the environment and the construction cost as well. One of the waste materials is rice husk ash (RHA), which is an agricultural-by product and can be utilized for soil improvement. This paper aims to present a comprehensive review of the numerous investigations on rice husk ash and its utilization in soil improvement. Based on the literature review, there are some findings as follows: (i) burning rice husk ash in incinerator under a controlled temperature of 500÷8000C and time of 1÷4 hours will produce RHA with high pozzolanic activity; (ii) the RHA can be considered as a stabilizer for different types of soil, and it can be used in combination with different chemical binders and waste materials for soil improvement; (iii) from the view of engineering purposes, the RHA from about 3 to 20%, the lime from 2 to 9%, the cement from 2 to 15% were mostly suggested to improve the soil for pavement, road (base and sub-base layers), and building houses in rural areas. However, the research on the utilization of RHA in soft ground improvement by deep mixing method using lime and cement is still limited, and it is therefore recommended for further research. In addition, the experimental field research on the utilization of RHA for soil improvement in engineering practice needs to be conducted.

Trích dẫn
Duong Thanh Nguyen, Nu Thi Nguyen, Ha Ngoc Thi Pham, Hai Huu Phung và Hung Van Nguyen, 2020. Rice husk ash and its utilization in soil improvement: An overview, Tạp chí Khoa học kỹ thuật Mỏ - Địa chất, số 61, kỳ 3, tr. 1-11.
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