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Author: A.P.S. Martins

When soils are inundated with liquids other than water, a physicochemical interaction takes place and can alter the soil behavior. Depending on the type of soil and on the solution, the soil can become more compressible and lose strength (or the contrary). In this paper, tropical residual gneiss soils are used, namely lateritic and saprolitic soils. The...

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