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Site simulation of solidified peat; lab monitoring
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|Authors:||Abdurahim, N. H.; Abd Rahman, J.; Mohd Tajuddin, S. F.; Mohamed, R. M. S. R.; Al-Gheethi, A. A.; Mohd Kassim, A. H.|
|Author Affiliations:||Primary: |
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Parit Raja, Malaysia
|Volume Title:||4th international conference on Civil and environmental engineering for sustainability (IConCEES 2017)|
|Volume Authors:||Razi, Mohd Adib Mohammad|
|Source:||IOP Conference Series. Earth and Environmental Science, 140(1), 6p.; 4th international conference on Civil and environmental engineering for sustainability (IConCEES 2017), Langgkawi, Malaysia, Dec. 4-5, 2017, Mohd Adib Mohammad Razi. Publisher: IOP Publishing, Bristol, United Kingdom. ISSN: 1755-1307|
|Note:||In English. 10 refs.; illus., incl. 1 table|
|Summary:||In the present research, the solidified peat on site simulation is conducted to obtain soil leaching from soil column study. Few raw materials used in testing such as Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC), Fly ash (FA) and bottom ash (BA) which containing in solidified peat (SP), fertilizer (F), and rainwater (RW) are also admixed in soil column in order to assess their effects. This research was conducted in two conditions which dry and wet condition. Distilled water used to represent rainfall during flushing process while rainwater used to gain leaching during dry and wet condition. The first testing made after leaching process done was Moisture Content (MC). Secondly, Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCS) will be conducted on SP to know the ability of SP strength. These MC and UCS were made before and after SP were applied in soil column. Hence, the both results were compared to see the reliability occur on SP. All leachate samples were tested using Absorption Atomic Spectroscopy (AAS), Ion Chromatography (IC) and Inductively-Coupled Plasma Spectrophotometry (ICP-MS) testing to know the anion and cation present in it. Copyright Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd|
|Subjects:||Anions; Ash; Atomic absorption spectra; Cations; Chromatography; Compressive strength; Concentration; Experimental studies; ICP mass spectra; Laboratory studies; Leachate; Leaching; Mass spectra; Moisture; Monitoring; Peat; PH; Scanning electron microscopy; Sediments; Simulation; Soils; Spectra|
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