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Geotechnical properties of lime treated lateritic soil treated with rice husk ash

Geotechnical properties of lime treated lateritic soil treated with rice husk ash

Rice husks are the natural sheaths that form on rice grains during their growth. They can however be made useful through a variety of thermo chemical conversion process. The major compounds from rice husks are silica and cellulose which yield carbon when thermally decomposed (Adylov et al., 2003). Rice Husk is an agricultural waste obtained from milling of rice. About 100,000,000 tons of rice husks are generated annually in the world. In Nigeria, about 2.0 million tons of rice is produced annually, while in Niger state, about 96,600 tons of rice grains were produced in 2000
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