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International Journal of Advances in Engineering Sciences Vol.5, Issue 2, April, 2015

Vinayak Kaushal Dr. S.P.Guleria

BTech. Final Year Student, Deptt. of Civil Engineering Head, Deptt. of Civil Engineering

Jawaharlal Nehru Government Engineering College Jawaharlal Nehru Government Engineering College

Sundernagar, India Sundernagar, India

E-mail:vinayakkaushal4449@gmail.com E-mail:spguleria@yahoo.com

Abstract— Black cotton soils for the study were derived from constructions very difficult. The properties of the black

Indrasagar Rockfill Dam, Polavaram, Andhra Pradesh (India) cotton soil may be altered in many ways viz, mechanical

from a depth of 1m, 1.2 m and 1.5 meters. Physical and thermal, chemical and other means. Therefore, it becomes

geotechnical properties of the soil samples were studied in the very important to investigate the physical and engineering

laboratory. The tests conducted were grain size analysis, specific

properties associated with the black cotton soil especially

gravity, atterberg’s limits, standard Proctor compaction,

consolidation and direct shear test. Results as obtained were involved as a construction material and for foundation

compared with the Indian standard code. Further, relationships purposes. In the present study, three black cotton soils

of plasticity index with liquid Limit and optimum moisture specimens derived from depth of 1 to 1.5 m were studied in

content, compression index with liquid limit, optimum moisture the laboratory for investigation of physical and engineering

content and plasticity index, angle of internal friction with properties. The various tests like grain size analysis, specific

plasticity index were also derived. The test results have shown gravity, atterberg’s limits, standard proctor compaction,

that increase in the clay content in the black cotton soil attributes consolidation and direct shear test were conducted on the

an increase in the plasticity index. Beside this, with the increase soil specimens. Further, results were compared with the

in optimum moisture content, an increase in the plasticity index,

Indian Standard Code. Empirical models with the help of

compression index, liquid limit were also observed. The study

reveals that increase in the plasticity index induces decrease in regression analysis developed in this study can improve the

the angle of internal friction. The empirical models with the help understanding of parameters involved for describing the

of regression analysis were also suggested for the benefit of field characteristics of black cotton soil having medium plasticity

engineers for prediction of geotechnical properties of black and its use as construction material in roads and foundation

cotton soil. purpose for the site engineers.

II. BACKGROUND

Keywords- black cotton soil, geotechnical, specific gravity,

[3] Chen (1975) concluded in their studies that expansive

atterberg’s limit, dry density, plasticity index.

soils or Black Cotton Soils are normally found in semi –

arid regions of tropical and temperate climate zones. They

further highlighted that such soil exist in abundant in those

I. INTRODUCTION areas, where the annual evaporation exceeds the

[1] In India, Black cotton soils form a major soil group and precipitation.It was further stressed in the study that sticky

cover approximately 20% of the total area and are most plastic nature of black cotton soils particles causes them to

commonly available soil at all places Seehra (2008). It is pack up under wheels, animal’s feet and clog cultivation

mostly found in central and western parts in India. Black implements. They make the soil extremely difficult to

cotton soil is characterized as medium to high extract or dislodge.The cracks measuring 70 mm wide and

compressibility and plasticity, high shrinkage and swelling over 1 m deep were observed. The study has shown that

properties. Black cotton soil is also referred as expansive these cracks can extend up to 3m or more in case of high

soils with this reason; therefore its geotechnical properties deposits. [1]Seehra (2008) highlighted in his study that high

are required to be investigated before allowing any swelling and shrinkage characteristics of the Black cotton

construction above it. The mineralogy of this soil is soils are a challenge to the highway engineers. [4]Al-

dominated by the presence of montmorillonite which is Khafaji and Andersland (1992) concluded that the liquid

characterized by large volume change from wet to dry limit can be considered to be a measure of the quantity of

seasons and vice versa. [2] Rajakumar (2014). Black cotton water attracted by these particles for a given value of

soil also facilitates compaction for obtaining the desired undrained shear strength thus making it possible to correlate

density with comparatively less compactive effort. Due to this parameter with the compressibility.Study has also

peculiar characteristics of Black Cotton Soil, it forms a revealed that the black cotton soil is very hard when dry, but

very poor foundation material for road construction. The loses its strength completely, in wet condition. Study has

black cotton soils also possess low strength and undergo shown that 40 to 60% of black cotton soil has a size less

excessive volume changes, making their use in than 0.001 mm. Compaction characteristics are very much

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essential for the field considerations. [5]Similar trend for placed in the polythene covers. The various laboratory tests

clays was observed by (Terzaghi and Peck 1967, Bowles as mentioned in the Table 2 as per Indian standard code

1996)[6] and Pal and Ghosh (2011) in case of fly ash[7]. were conducted on the soil specimens.

Plasticity index of any soil depends up on the water

TABLE II. IS Codes Used

attraction capacity of that soil.

Tests Performed IS Code Used

III. SOIL USED AND EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE

Grain Size Analysis IS:2720 (Part 4)-1985

The black cotton soil for the present study was procured

from Indrasagar Rockfill Dam, Andhra Pradesh, India. The Atterberg’s Limit Test IS:2720 (Part 5)-1985

Table 1 shows the codification for the soil used in study.

Further, Fig.1 (a,b,c) shows the photograph of the soil Specific Gravity IS:2720 (Part 3)- 1980

specimens derived from the depth of 1m, 1.2 m and 1.5 m,

respectively. Standard Proctor Compaction IS:2720 (Part 29) -1975

TABLE I. Codification of Soil Used in the Study Test

Soil Depth

Direct Shear Test IS:2720 (Part 13) -1986

A 1.0 m

B 1.2 m

Consolidation IS:2720 (Part15) -1965

C 1.5 m

Identification of Soils for

General Engineering

Purposes[14]

IV. RESULTS

1. Physical Properties

1.1 Grain Size Analysis

[8]Grain Size Analysis Test was conducted as per IS:

(a) (b) 2720 (Part 4)-1985 Fig.2 shows the particle size distribution

of A, B and C soils. Fig.2 reveals that at point W

(observation at 0.003 mm), close lines corresponding to soil

specimens A, B and C were observed. It reveals that all the

soil specimens almost retain almost same percentage of clay

particles. Further, at point X (corresponding to point 0.006),

the percentage of silt retained was on higher side in case of

Soil A and lowest in case of Soil C. As we move further at

point Y (corresponding to pont 0.6), maximum percentage

of fine sand has been found in soil C and minimum for Soil

A. Beside that at point Z (corresponding to point 3.1),

percentage of medium sand retained was maximum for Soil

(c) B and minimum for Soil A. The results of particle size

present in Soil A, B, C have also been shown in the Table3

Fig.1. (a), (b), (c) shows the photographs of samples of black cotton soils .Further, investigation of Black Cotton Soils A, B and C

A,B,C. was carried out with the help of Atterberg’s limit tests and

are discussed in section 1.2.

The specimens were extracted from the ground with the help

of auger. Further, to avoid any change in moisture content

arising due to increase or decrease in the atmospheric

temperature, the specimens as derived were immediately

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below 40 % and PI greater than 10 %.Therefore, the values

of atterberg’s limits found in Table 4 are within the

permissible limits.

Black Cotton Soils A, B, C

Atterberg’s Soil A Soil B Soil C Recommended

Limit values as per IS

1498-1970

to 40

[10]Specific Gravity Test was carried as per IS: 2720 (Part

3)- 1980. Table 5 shows the values of specific gravity for

Fig.2. Particle Size Distribution Curve for three black cotton soils A, B, C

the soil A, B and C. A close examination of Table 5 reveals

TABLE III. Results of Particle Size Analysis of Black Cotton Soils that the observed value of specific gravity was on higher

Particle Size Soil A Soil B Soil C side for Soil A as compared to the values for soil

specimens B and C .For example, value of specific gravity

for soil A was found to be 2.76 for soil A, whereas the

Medium Sand 0.1 2.6 0.8 observed values of specific gravity for soil specimens B and

C was found to be 2.70 and 2.68 respectively. As per IS

Fine Sand 15.31 6.4 16.9 1498-1970), the recommended value of specific gravity is

2.72.Therfore,the values of specific gravity found in Table 5

for soil samples A,B and C are within the permissible limits.

Silt 58.5 48.4 52.6

TABLE V. Observed and Recommended Values of Specific Gravity for the

Black Cotton Soils.

Clay 26.1 32.6 29.7 Property Soil A Soil B Soil C Recommended

Values as per IS

1498-1970

1.2 Atterberg’s Limit Gravity

[9]Atterberg’s Limit Test was carried out as per IS:2720

(Part 5)-1985.Table 4 shows the observed and

recommended values of Atterberg’s limit corresponding to 2. Engineering Properties

the soil specimens A, B, C. A close examination of Table 4 2.1 Standard Proctor Compaction

reveals that value of liquid limit was on higher side for the [11] Standard Proctor compaction test was carried out as

soil specimen A than B and C. For example, value of liquid per IS:2720 (Part 29) -1975for different percentage of

limit for soil A was found to be 48.66 %, and for B and C as moisture content. The corresponding values of dry density

40.8 and 38.2 respectively. Further examination of Table 4 were observed for the 10 %, 12%, 14%, 16% and 18%

reveals that plastic limit was on higher side for the Soil A. moisture content in the soil specimens A, B and C. Table 6

For example, value of plastic limit for soil A was found to shows the values of maximum dry density corresponding to

be 26.61%, and for B and C as 20.3 and 18.2 respectively. the optimum moisture content for the soil A, B and C. A

Further, Table 4 reveals the corresponding values of Plastic close examination of Table 6 reveals that value of maximum

Indices (PI) for the soil sample A, B and C. For example, dry density corresponding to optimum moisture content was

for soil A, value of PI was found to be 22.08 and for soil B higher for the Soil specimen A than B and C. For example,

and C to be 20.5 and 20 respectively. As per IS 1498-1970, the corresponding value of maximum dry density for soil A

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was specimen 1.92 g/cc in comparison to 1.71g/cc and 1.67 observed to be 28.800 and 26.400 respectively. Further,

g/cc for soil specimens B and c, respectively. Further Table 7 reveals that value of cohesion was on higher side for

examination of Table 6, reveals that optimum moisture the soil specimen A as compared to soil B and soil C. For

content was on higher side for the soil A than B and C. For example, a value of cohesion of soil specimen A was 18,

example, corresponding optimum moisture content of soil whereas for the soil specimens B and C the values were

specimen for Soil A was 19.6 %, whereas for soil specimens observed to be 16.2 and 14.5 respectively. As per IS 1498-

B and C the values of corresponding moisture content were 1970 the recommended range for the values of angle of

17.7 % and 17.2 %, respectively. The variation of maximum internal friction and cohesion are 25-35 and 12-24

dry density corresponding to optimum moisture content in respectively. Therefore, the values of angle of internal

respect of Soil specimens A, B and C is also shown in Fig.3. friction and cohesion for soil samples A, B and C found in

As per IS 1498-1970, the recommended values of OMC and the Table 7 are within the permissible limits.

MDD is 21 % and 1.92 g/cc respectively. Therefore, the

values of OMC and MDD for soil samples A,B and C TABLE VII. Observed and Recommended Values of Angle of Internal

Friction (ɸ) and Cohesion (C) for Black Cotton Soils A,B,C

found in the Table 6 are within the permissible limits.

Property Soil A Soil B Soil C Recommended

Values as per IS

1498-1970

Internal

Friction

(degree)

(KN/m2 )

2.2 Consolidation

[13] Consolidation Test was carried out as per IS:2720

(Part15) -1965. Table 8 shows the values of compression

index for the soil samples A, B and C. A close examination

of Table 8 reveals that values of compression index (Cc) for

soil specimen A was on higher side as compared to the soil

specimens B and C. For example, value of compression

Fig.3. Relation between Dry Density (g/cc) and Moisture Content (%) of

Black Cotton Soils A, B and C index for soil A was observed to be 0.338, whereas the

values for soil B and C were recorded to be as 0.2772 and

TABLE VI. Observed and Recommended Values of Optimum Moisture 0.2538, respectively. Further, as per IS 1498-1970, the

Content and Maximum Dry Density for Black Cotton Soils A,B,C recommended range for the values of compression index is

Property Soil A Soil B Soil C Recommended

Values as per IS between 0.225-0.360. It shows that the observed values of

1498-1970 compression index are within the permissible limits.

Optimum 19.6 17.7 17.2 Up to 21% TABLE VIII. Observed and Recommended Values of Compression Indices

Moisture for Black Cotton Soils A,B,C

Content Property Soil A Soil B Soil C Recommended

Values as per IS

1498-1970

Maximum 1.92 1.71 1.67 1.92

Dry Density Compression 0.3380 0.2772 0.2538 0.225-0.360

Index

V. DISCUSSION

[12] Direct Shear Test was carried out as per IS: 2720 (Part

13) -1986. Table 7 shows the values of angle of internal It can be concluded from above that soil specimens A, B

friction and cohesion for the soil specimens A, B and C. A and C retain almost same percentage of clay particles and

close examination of Table 7 reveals that value of angle of have medium range of plastic indices. Further, as observed

friction was on higher side for the soil specimen C than B liquid limit of soil specimen A was found to be higher than

and A. For example, value of angle of internal friction for the soil specimen B and C. On similar lines, it was also

soil C was 30.200 whereas for Soil B and A the values were observed that plastic limit of soil specimen A was higher

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than B and C. It reveals that increase in liquid limit In this study, empirical relationship through regression

attributes increase in the plasticity index for the black cotton analysis was derived to predict Optimum Moisture Content

soils. The specific Gravity and dry density of the soil (OMC) on the basis of known Plasticity Index (PI) values

samples A was found to be higher than soil sample B and C. for the soil. The STATICA software was used to drive the

Contrary to this, the value of value of angle of internal empirical relationship. The Equation 2 shows the

friction of soil specimen C was observed to be higher than relationship between optimum moisture content (OMC)

soil specimens B and A. Whereas, cohesion and with the variation of plasticity index (PI).

compression index were observed to on higher side for the OMC = 1.163 PI- 6.111 Eq. (2)

soil specimen A than B and C. The corresponding value of coefficient of determination

(R2) was 0.998. Further, in order to validate the results of

VI. CORRELATIONS OF PARAMETERS model as obtained, the predicted values were computed with

1. Relationship between Plasticity Index (PI) and Liquid the help of empirical model. The Fig. 5 shows the plot

Limit (LL) of Soil between predicted values of Optimum Moisture Content

In this study, empirical relationship through regression (OMC) for the soil specimens A, B and C. It can be seen

analysis was derived to predict Plasticity Index (PI) on the from the Fig.5 that the predicted values of Optimum

basis of known liquid limit (LL) values for the soil. The Moisture Content (OMC) as computed with the help of

STATICA software was used to drive the empirical suggested empirical model were very close to the

relationship. The Equation 1 shows the relationship between experimental value. For example, from Fig.5 for soil

optimum moisture content (OMC) with the variation of specimen A, the predicted value of optimum moisture

liquid limit (LL) content (OMC) as computed with the help of empirical

PI = 0.199 LL + 12.37 Eq. (1) model was 19.56 % in comparison to an experimental value

The corresponding value of coefficient of determination of 19.6 %. Similar close values as evident from Fig.5 were

(R2) was 0.999. Further, in order to validate the results of also observed for the soil specimens B and C.

model, the predicted values were computed with the help of 3. Relationship between Compression Index (Cc) and

empirical model. The Fig.4 shows the plot between Liquid Limit (LL) of Soil

predicted values of plasticity index with experimental values In this study, empirical relationship through regression

for the soil specimens A, B and C. It can be seen from the analysis was derived to predict Compression Index (Cc) on

Fig.4 that the predicted values of plasticity index as the basis of known liquid limit (LL) values for the soil. The

computed with the help of suggested empirical model are STATICA software was used to drive the empirical

very close to the experimental value. For example, from relationship. The Equation 3 shows the relationship between

Fig.4, for soil specimen A, the predicted value of plasticity compression index (Cc) with the variation of liquid limit

index as computed with the help of empirical model was (LL)

22.053% in comparison to an experimental value of 22.08%. Cc=0.008 LL-0.049 Eq. (3)

Similar close values as evident from Fig.4 were also

observed for the soil specimens B and C.

B and C

Fig.5. Experimental and Predicted Value of OMC for Soils A, B and C

2. Relationship between Optimum Moisture Content

(OMC) and Plasticity Index (PI) of Soil

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The corresponding values of coefficient of determination as computed with the help of empirical model was 0.334 in

(R2) was 0.999.Further, in order to validate the results of comparison to an experimental value of 0.338. Similar close

model as obtained, the predicted values were computed with values as evident from Fig.7 were also observed for the soil

the help of empirical model. The Fig.6 shows the plot specimens B and C.

between predicted values of Compression Index (Cc) for the

soil specimens A, B and C. It can be seen from the Fig.6

that the predicted values of Compression Index (Cc) as

computed with the help of suggested empirical model are

very close to the experimental value. For example, from

Fig.6 for soil specimen A, the predicted value of

Compression Index (Cc) as computed with the help of

empirical model was 0.3402 in comparison to an

experimental value of 0.338. Similar close values as evident

from Fig.6 were also observed for the soil specimens B and

C.

Soils A, B and C

Plasticity Index (PI) of Soil

In this study, empirical relationship through regression

analysis was derived to predict Compression Index (Cc) on

the basis of known plastic index (PI) values for the soil. The

STATICA software was used to drive the empirical

relationship. The Equation 5 shows the relationship between

compression index (Cc) with the variation of plasticity

index (PI)

Cc=0.041PI-0.569 Eq.(5)

The corresponding values of coefficient of determination

Fig.6. Experimental and Predicted Value of Compression Index(Cc) for (R2) was 0.991.Further, in order to validate the results of

Soils A, B and C

model as obtained, the predicted values were computed with

4. Relationship between Compression Index (Cc) and the help of empirical model. The Fig.8 shows the plot

Optimum Moisture Content (OMC) of Soil between predicted values of compression index for the soil

In this study, empirical relationship through regression specimens A, B and C. It can be seen from the Fig.8 that the

analysis was derived to predict Compression Index (Cc) on predicted values of compression index as computed with the

the basis of known Optimum Moisture Content (OMC) help of suggested empirical model are very close to the

values for the soil. The STATICA software was used to experimental value. For example, from Fig.8 for soil

drive the empirical relationship. The Equation 4 shows the specimen A, the predicted value of Compression Index (Cc)

relationship between compression index (Cc) with the as computed with the help of empirical model was 0.336 in

variation of optimum moisture content (OMC). comparison to an experimental value of 0.338. Similar close

Cc=0.034 OMC- 0.332 Eq. (4) values as evident from Fig.8 were also observed for the soil

The corresponding values of coefficient of determination specimens B and C.

(R2) was 0.994.Further, in order to validate the results of

model as obtained, the predicted values were computed with

the help of empirical model. The Fig. 7 shows the plot

between predicted values of Compression Index for the soil

specimens A, B and C. It can be seen from the Fig.7 that the

predicted values of compression Index as computed with the

help of suggested empirical model are very close to the

experimental value. For example, from Fig.7 for soil

specimen A, the predicted value of Compression Index (Cc)

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Fig.8. Experimental and Predicted Value of Compression Index(Cc) for (degree) for Soils A, B and C

Soils A, B and C

and Plasticity Index (PI) of Soil Black cotton soils for the study were derived from

In this study, empirical relationship through regression Indrasagar Rockfill Dam, Polavaram, Andhra Pradesh

analysis was derived to predict angle of internal friction (ɸ) (India) from a depth of 1m, 1.2 m and 1.5 meters. Physical

on the basis of known plastic index (PI) values for the soil. and geotechnical properties of the soil samples were studied

The STATICA software was used to drive the empirical in the laboratory. The test conducted were grain size

relationship. The Equation 6 shows the relationship between analysis, specific gravity, atterberg’s limits, standard Proctor

angle of internal friction (ɸ) with the variation of plasticity compaction, consolidation and direct shear test. Results as

index (PI) obtained were compared with the Indian standard code.

ɸ= -1.821PI+66.61 Eq.(6) Further, relationships of plasticity index with liquid Limit

The corresponding values of coefficient of determination and optimum moisture content, compression index with

(R2) and error as in case of soil specimen B was 0.999 and liquid limit, optimum moisture content and plasticity index,

1.635 respectively. Further, in order to validate the results of angle of internal friction with plasticity index were also

model as obtained, the predicted values were computed with derived.

the help of empirical model. The Fig. 9 shows the plot Based on the above test results and discussions the

between predicted values of angle of internal friction for the following conclusion can be derived:

soil specimens A, B and C. It can be seen from the Fig.9 1. The increase in the clay content and liquid limit in

that the predicted values of angle of internal friction as the black cotton soil attributes an increase in the

computed with the help of suggested empirical model are plasticity index.

very close to the experimental value. For example, from 2. Soil specimens A, B and C retain almost same

Fig.9 for soil specimen A, the predicted value of angle of percentage of clay particles and have medium

internal friction as computed with the help of empirical range of plastic indices.

model was 26.4020 in comparison to an experimental value 3. Liquid limit, Plastic limit, Specific Gravity and Dry

of 26.40. Similar close values as evident from Fig.9 were Density of soil specimen A was found to be higher

also observed for the soil specimens B and C. than the soil specimen B and C.

4. The value of value of angle of internal friction of

soil specimen C was observed to be higher than

soil specimens B and A. The value of cohesion and

compression index was observed to on higher side

for the soil specimen A than soil specimens B and

C.

5. Predicted values of the parameters viz. Plasticity

index (PI), Optimum Moisture Content (OMC),

Compression Index (Cc) and Angle of Internal

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empirical models derived through regression

analysis were observed to be very close to the

experimental values.

6. The increase in the optimum moisture content

attributes an increase in the plasticity index,

compression index and liquid limit.

7. Increase in the plasticity index induces decrease in

the angle of internal friction and the compaction

Characteristics were observed to be fair with fair

workability as construction material for black

cotton soils.

VIII. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Authors are thankful to the Director Central Soil and

Materials Research Station (CSMRS), New Delhi, India for

every support and services provided.

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