This category lists informative and scientific articles dealing primarily with woven and nonwoven fabrics for geotechnical applications.
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Compilation of geosynthetic materials test values provided to assist engineers, designers, specifiers, regulators and others with the design and specification of geosynthetic materials of all types, formatted for ASTM, CEN and ISO standards. Extensive list of links to companies, associations and institutions.
Weblog for information on the design and installation of geosynthetics in building, construction and waste disposal applications.
Geosynthetics: Use in Streets and Highways
Overview of the techniques and technologies related to the applications of geosynthetics for streets and highways in the fields of drainage, separation and reinforcement, created in 1998 by the Minnesota Local Road Research Board.
Free Internet directory for geotechnical engineers. Links to books, theses, manuals, reports and papers.
Guide for the Use of Geotextiles
Handbook for the use of woven and nonwoven geotextiles, originally published in 1991 by the US Department of Agriculture's Soil Conservation Service. [PDF]
An Introduction to Geosynthetics
Short descriptions of the construction, applications and test methods for woven and nonwoven geotextiles, geogrids, geomembranes, geonets and related products. From GEOfabrics, Ltd. [PDF]
Interactive information resource for the promotion and implementation of best practice engineering methodologies through knowledge and technology transfer. Extensive links to design and research tools and institutions, materials selection guides, seminars, case studies and products. Links to related sites. From Advanced Geotech Systems.
Joint project of Scandinavian governments and industries, resulting in a common Nordic system for specification and control of geotextiles. Application profiles and list of certified manufacturers on PDF files.
Educational portal and information resource for K 1-4 teachers developed by the National Soil Resources Institute (NSRI), which is a centre for research and development, consultancy and training in soils and their interaction with the atmosphere, land use, geology and water resources.
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