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  • 1005-2021

    What is Geocomposite products

    Geotextiles, geomembranes, geogrids and some special geosynthetics are combined with two or more of them to become geocomposites. Geocomposite materials can combine the properties of different materials to better meet the needs of specific projects and can play a variety of functions. For example, composite geomembrane is a geotextile composition made of geomembrane and geotextile according to certain requirements.

  • 2603-2021

    What is Plastic Geogrid and Polyester/Glass Fiber Geogrid

    Geogrid is a major geosynthetic material. Compared with other geosynthetics, it has unique performance and efficacy. Geogrids are often used as reinforcements for reinforced soil structures or composites. Geogrids are divided into two types: polyester/glass fiber and plastic.

  • 2403-2021

    What is PE composite geomembrane

    1. Density: Density depends on its manufacturing material. Even if the polymers used to make geomembrane belong to the same category, there are often obvious differences.

  • 2303-2021

    What is Geomembrane

    Geomembrane can generally be divided into two categories: asphalt and polymer (synthetic polymer). Geomembrane containing bitumen is mainly composite (including woven or non-woven geotextile), and bitumen is used as an infiltration binder.

  • 1503-2021

    What is Geotextile

    Another name for geotechnical textile is geotextile. Early products were few, meaning a cloth-like material used in geotechnical work. In the manufacturing process of geotextile, the polymer material is first processed into silk, short fiber, yarn or strip, and then made into a geotextile with a planar structure. Geotextiles can be divided into woven geotextiles and non-woven geotextiles according to their manufacturing methods.

  • 1003-2021

    What is geosynthetics

    Geosynthetics is a general term for synthetic materials used in civil engineering. As a civil engineering material, it uses synthetic polymers (such as plastic, chemical fiber, synthetic rubber, etc.) as raw materials to make various types of products and place them inside, on the surface of, or between various soils. , To play the role of strengthening or protecting the soil.

  • 3001-2021

    "Geotextiles and Geomembranes" abstract collection (No. 5, 2019)

    The International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) has sponsored two international journals, namely Geotextiles and Geomembranes (Geotextiles and Geomembranes, G&G), and Geosynthetics International (Geosynthetics International). ", referred to as G&I). G&G was founded in 1984, and its current impact factor is 3.400; G&I was founded in 1994, and its current impact factor is 2.802. Currently, both journals are bimonthly.

  • 1101-2021

    First Council in Australia to Use a Bituminous Geomembrane (BGM) to Cap a Landfill Site for its Rehabilitation

    Townsville City Council is the first council in Australia to use a bituminous geomembrane to cap a landfill website for its rehabilitation. The $4 million venture is developing the closing cap on the last component of the Hervey Range landfill. The bituminous geomembrane is much less susceptible to leaks and is greater resilient than different products. Council’s Townsville Water and Waste Committee chairperson Councillor Russ Cook stated it had been interesting to see the assignment radically change the site.

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