Testing and Acceptance Criteria for Geosynthetic Clay Liners

Testing and Acceptance Criteria for Geosynthetic Clay Liners

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An engineering perspective on the liners, which are used as barriers for containing liquid and in conjunction with geomembranes in landfills and capping systems. Explore aspects of testing for shear strength and long-term creep, issues and methods of testing for hydraulic conductivity, and specifica... and drying, freeze/thaw cycles do not significantly increase hydraulic conductivity, the smaller thickness results in more air space, and repair is easier. ... containment time, lower internal and interface shear strength, larger post-peak shear strength loss, and possibly higher long-term flux because of a ... The GCL test pads were constructed in Cincinnati, Ohio at an operating waste containment facility.

Title:Testing and Acceptance Criteria for Geosynthetic Clay Liners
Author: Larry W. Well
Publisher:ASTM International - 1997-01-01

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