biocharassisted biocementation of a sand using native

specializing in the production of large, medium and small concrete mixers, concrete mixing stations, stabilized soil mixing stations and other equipment. It is a heavy industry enterprise integrating R & production and sales.

Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native ...

Apr 15, 2021  For this process, samples containing 100 gr of native sand, and native sand mixed with 3 gr of biochar were kept at room temperature (about 35 o C) for 5 days. They were then mixed with 1 liter of a growth medium (at pH = 9) which contained 20 gr of yeast extract, 2 gr of urea, 0.001 gr of NiCl 2 , and 10 gr of ammonium sulfate.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native ...

Request PDF Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native bacteria Microbially induced calcite precipitation (MICP) is a ground improvement method often driven by ureolytic bacteria ...

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native ...

Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native bacteria Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment ( IF 4.298) Pub Date : 2021-04-15, DOI: 10.1007/s10064-021-02235-0 Hamed Behzadipour, Abouzar Sadrekarimi

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native ...

Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native bacteria Journal: ... Tsesarsky M (2018) Stimulation of native microorganisms for biocementation in samples recovered from field-scale treatment depths. J Geotech Geoenviron 144(1):04017098. https:// doi. org/ 10. 1061/ (ASCE)GT. 1943-5606. 0001804 CrossRef . go back to reference Han F ...

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Cementation of sand soil by microbially induced calcite ...

Jan 01, 2013  Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native bacteria. ... Biocementation of calcareous sand using soluble calcium derived from calcareous sand. ... Go to Citation Crossref Google Scholar. 183. Improving the Shear Strength of Quartz Sand using the Microbial Method. Go to Citation Crossref Google Scholar. 184.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native ...

Microbially induced calcite precipitation (MICP) is a ground improvement method often driven by ureolytic bacteria to precipitate calcite in a soil mass. While in previous studies MICP was often accomplished by the injection of exogenous bacterial

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Cementation of sand soil by microbially induced calcite ...

Jan 01, 2013  Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native bacteria. ... Biocementation of calcareous sand using soluble calcium derived from calcareous sand. ... Go to Citation Crossref Google Scholar. 183. Improving the Shear Strength of Quartz Sand using the Microbial Method. Go to Citation Crossref Google Scholar. 184.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

BIOCEMENTATION OF SRI LANKAN BEACH SAND USING

55 . biocementation of sri lankan beach sand using locally isolated bacteria: a baseline study on the effect of segregated culture media *pahala ge nishadi nayanthara

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Stimulation of Native Microorganisms for Biocementation in ...

DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)GT.1943-5606.0001804 Corpus ID: 134902434. Stimulation of Native Microorganisms for Biocementation in Samples Recovered from Field-Scale Treatment Depths @article{Gomez2018StimulationON, title={Stimulation of Native Microorganisms for Biocementation in Samples Recovered from Field-Scale Treatment Depths}, author={Michael G. Gomez and Charles M.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Stabilisation of crustal sand layer using biocementation ...

This paper examines biocementation via the microbial-induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) process as an appropriate and promising new technology for stabilisation of loose sand and silty sand deposits as a method to mitigate wind erosion. The

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Application of microbial biocementation to improve the ...

Nov 30, 2018  Sand soil was collected from Abu Roash sand quarry. It was located about 8 km to the north of Giza, Egypt. The natural sand used in this study was medium to fine sand with traces of fine gravel as shown in Fig. 1. According to the physical properties and chemical composition of the sand used Table 1, the used sand is siliceous (SiO 2: 96.12% ...

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

BIOCEMENTATION FOR SAND USING WASTE (CONTAIN

The concept of using biological process in soil improvement through bio-cementation of soil improvement technique has shown influences to change main geotechni

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biocementation of calcareous sand using soluble calcium ...

A method to produce soluble calcium using calcium rich calcareous sand and use it as a calcium source for the MICP process to improve the properties of soil has been proposed in this paper. A comparative study between the effect of MICP treatment using soluble calcium produced from calcareous sand and that using calcium chloride with the same ...

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Growing Sand‐Based Sod Using Transported Sand over

Oct 19, 2020  he increase in sand-based construction of athletic fields has introduced some challenges. In particular, one obstacle is the use of native soil-based sod as a means of turfgrass establishment on a sand-based construction. Puhalla et al. (1999) highlight several issues to account for when selecting sod for establishment on sand-

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biocementation of calcareous sand using soluble calcium ...

A soil improvement method based on a microbially induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) process has been developed in recent years. In this method, calcium carbonate is precipitated in-situ to act as a cementing agency. Calcium chloride is normally used as the calcium source for the MICP process. The use of calcium chloride causes two problems.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Stimulation of Native Microorganisms for Biocementation in ...

Jan 01, 2018  The results of this study suggest that native ureolytic microorganisms may be successfully stimulated in natural soil deposits to induce calcite precipitation at treatment depths up to 12 m for geotechnical ground improvement. ... Biocementation for Sand Using

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biogeochemical Changes During Bio ... - Scientific Reports

Aug 08, 2019  The use of native ureolytic microorganisms may ... poorly-graded sand were treated using three wells in a ... Stimulation of native microorganisms for biocementation in

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Mitigation of sand liquefaction using in situ production ...

Mitigation of sand liquefaction using in situ production of biogas with biosealing . by . Yishan Li . A thesis submitted to the graduate faculty . in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of . MASTER OF SCIENCE . Major: Civil Engineering (Environmental Engineering) Program of Study Committee: Jian Chu, Co-Major Professor

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biocementation for Sand Using an Eggshell as Calcium Source

A method to generate biocementation in sand using the microbially induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) process and calcium source produced from eggshell is presented in this paper. Instead of using calcium chloride or other calcium salts, soluble calcium was produced by mixing eggshell with vinegar and used for the MICP process.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Cementation of sand soil by microbially induced calcite ...

Jan 01, 2013  Biochar-assisted bio-cementation of a sand using native bacteria. ... Biocementation of calcareous sand using soluble calcium derived from calcareous sand. ... Go to Citation Crossref Google Scholar. 183. Improving the Shear Strength of Quartz Sand using the Microbial Method. Go to Citation Crossref Google Scholar. 184.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Bio-Cementation in Construction Materials: A Review

Apr 23, 2021  The mechanical properties of bio-cemented sand materials improved with an increase in the number of spraying time, because microstructures of the materials became denser as a result of the bio-cementation process which effectively clogged their void spaces. Figure 7 shows the microstructures of the sand before and after the bio-cementation process.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biocementation of Calcareous Beach Sand Using Enzymatic ...

Despite many studies on using microbially induced calcite precipitation MICP and EICP for soil improvement, there are only a few MICP studies using this technique for the treatment of beach sand [16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23].Shanahan and Montoya [] created a bench model simulating a coastal sand dune using a clean fine sand, typical of coastal dune deposits.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Micro-mechanical performance evaluation of expansive soil ...

May 14, 2021  The use of native bacteria for biocementation is known as biostimulation method of MICP 31. An extensive study on bioaugmentation treatment of

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biocementation of calcareous sand using soluble calcium ...

A method to produce soluble calcium using calcium rich calcareous sand and use it as a calcium source for the MICP process to improve the properties of soil has been proposed in this paper. A comparative study between the effect of MICP treatment using soluble calcium produced from calcareous sand and that using calcium chloride with the same ...

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biocementation of calcareous sand using soluble calcium ...

A soil improvement method based on a microbially induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) process has been developed in recent years. In this method, calcium carbonate is precipitated in-situ to act as a cementing agency. Calcium chloride is normally used as the calcium source for the MICP process. The use of calcium chloride causes two problems.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biocementation for Sand Using an Eggshell as Calcium Source

A method to generate biocementation in sand using the microbially induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) process and calcium source produced from eggshell is presented in this paper. Instead of using calcium chloride or other calcium salts, soluble calcium was produced by mixing eggshell with vinegar and used for the MICP process.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Bio-composites treatment for mitigation of current-induced ...

The sand sample treated with one biocementation cycle is termed BC1 and similarly, samples treated with 2, 3, and 4 biocementation cycles are termed BC2, BC3, and BC4, respectively. One cycle of biocementation is assumed to precipitate 2.5% of average calcite by the weight of the untreated sand.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Improvement of Unconfined Compressive Strength of Soft ...

Mar 05, 2021  shear strength of soil by (3-5 times) for C11 types of native isolates, but the D11 was (1.5-2 times) because two types have different activity. This study's main finding is using the native urease-producing bacteria isolated from Iraqi soil in the MICP technique for the biocementation of soil,

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

2019年 bre.eng.hokudai.ac.jp/

Feasibility Study of Native Ureolytic Bacteria for Biocementation Towards Coastal Erosion Protection by MICP Method. Applied Sciences, 9(20), 4462, 2019. ... Biocementation of Sri Lankan beach sand using locally isolated bacteria: A baseline study on the effect of segregated culture media. International Journal of GEOMATE, 17(63), 55-62, 2019. ...

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Biochar application for the remediation of salt-affected ...

Jun 01, 2018  The cost-benefit analysis using biochar in salt-affected soils in order to shift biochar use as a soil amendment from proven technology to accepted practice. 6. Conclusions. Intensive research is supporting biochar as an organic amendment for improving plant growth and physical, chemical and biological properties of salt-affected soils.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia - UTM Department of Water ...

Microbially induced calcite precipitation (MICP) is a naturally occurring biological process that has emerged as an attractive alternative ground improvement technique in Geotechnical and Civil engineering for soil strengthening and stabilization.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Articles citing this paper - PUBLISH

Biochar improves phosphorus use efficiency of organic-inorganic fertilizers, maize-wheat productivity and soil quality in a low fertility alkaline soil. Arif Muhammad, Ilyas Muhammad, Riaz Muhammad, Ali Kawsar, Shah Kamran, Ul Haq Izhar, Fahad Shah. Field Crops Research. 2017 214 p.25.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry

Dr Armstrong Omoregie, PhD - Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia ...

Selected sand samples were pre-mixed with native bacterial culture and the cementation solution before being compacted into their respective Biocementation is a green treatment technique which makes use of microbially induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) process to enhance the geotechnical features of sub-standard soils.

Get PriceEmail Inquiry