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Average values of maximum dry density (MDD) used for compaction of carbonate sands in the Middle Eas

Average values of maximum dry density (MDD) used for compaction of carbonate sands in the Middle Eas

Average values of maximum dry density (MDD) used for compaction of carbonate sands in the Middle Eas

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Good Afternoon,

Could anyone please shed some light on average values of maximum dry density used when compacting carbonate sands, I'm currently writing a dissertation on the suitability of carbonate sands to be used as an engineered fill material (Quite clearly they can) but I'm having trouble finding any specific values of maximum dry density that the sands are then compacted to.

Could anyone shed some light on this for me?

Thanks

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