The wet slime tailing pond formed during the production of accumulated bauxite is a source of artificial debris flow hazard with high potential energy. In order to explore the effectiveness of solidification technology in processing bauxite slime, experimental study was conducted on the strength characteristics of cement-solidified slime with bauxite slime as the test object, so as to investigate the impact of cement contents and curing ages on the compressive strength of cement-solidified slime. According to the test results, the strength and deformation characteristics of solidified slime are related to the cement content, and the higher the cement admixed amount, the greater the compressive strength of solidified slime; the cement-solidified slime samples are subject to brittle failure, and with the increase of strain, the stress first rises to its peak and then decreases rapidly. The findings may serve as reference in processing bauxite slime.
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