Estudio para determinar la capacidad portante del suelo como parámetro geotécnico, aplicando el ensayo de cono dinámico de penetración (DCP), en los terrenos aledaños a la Facultad de Ciencias Matemáticas Físicas y Químicas

  • Milagro Lupita Aragundi Demera Universidad Técnica de Manabí - Ecuador
  • Carla Monserrate Delgado Romero Universidad Técnica de Manabí - Ecuador
  • Eduardo Humberto Ortiz Hernández Universidad Técnica de Manabí - Ecuador
  • Daniel Alfredo Delgado Gutiérrez Universidad Técnica de Manabí - Ecuador

Resumen

 
The present investigation is based on the development of a study that determines the soil bearing capacity as a geotechnical parameter, applying the DCP penetration dynamic cone test, in the adjacent areas to the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Chemical Sciences. The values obtained from the DCP index correlated with experimental formulas allowed obtaining the soil bearing capacity, also establishing parameters such as grain size, humidity, compaction, Atterberg limits, resilient module regulated by the AASTHO, subsequently characterizing the different samples from the results obtained in the soil mechanics laboratory. When defining the results obtained in the investigation, parameters were determined that detail the composition of the soil at the study site, in which a CBR was obtained categorizing it as “poor to regulate” in terms of the quality of the subgrade. Furthermore, the texture of the material was classified as silt soils from low to high plasticity. Thus, it is proposed to use the information obtained in the investigation for the projection of future civil works that contribute to the integral development of this alma mater.
 
Index Terms- California Support Value (CBR), Dynamic Standard Penetration Cone (DCP), Resilient Module, Test, Subgrade, Pavement.

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2020-01-09
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