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Sun Shunsong  
The research shows that there is a transition soil which has its own attributes between clay soil and sand soil. Therefore it is vitally important to classify and evaluate them in engineering practice. The auther believes that this transition soil is silty soil substatially. it is proposed that this transition soil is called lowplastic soii in order to distinguish from silty soil on the plastic chart. In this paper the unique engineeringcharacteristes of lowplastic soil is studied in bound moisture content, granubar constituents, anti-Iiguefaction characteristics permibility, defor?mation and strength ete., we suggests using more than 0.1 mm granular which contains 40% as classification bound between lewplastic soil and sand soil, and usiag plastic index Ip = 10 as that between Iowplastic soil and clay soil.
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