This text reviews what geotechnical membranes are and their use in controlling expansive soils in construction and environmental applications. Examples from highways to pipelines describe methods to control damages resulting from expansive soil conditions.Gradall backhoe was used for the trench excavation, and daily production averaged 200 to 250 feet. The geomembrane was unrolled on the pavement and manually turned into the trench. When progress seemed slower than desired, the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Geomembranes and the Control of Expansive Soils in Construction|
|Author||:||Malcolm L. Steinberg|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing - 1998|