Geotextile is a permeable comprised solely of textiles. There are two types of Geotextile, Woven Geotextile and Nonwoven Geotextile.
One of the most popular methods of ground improvement is the use of prefabricated vertical drain (PVD) in combination with surchange.
The use CeTeau Prefabricated Horizontal Drain (PHD) for lateral drainage on Prefabricated Vertical Drain (PVD) projectss can provide a cost-effective, positive, and quantifiable alternative to use of a sand or granular blanket.
A wide range of uses of geomembranes have been developed, all wich relate to the primary function of a material being 'impermeable'.
Geogrid is a geosynthetic material consisting of connected parallel sets of intersecting ribs with apertures of sufficient size to allow strike-through of surrounding soil, stome, or other geotechnical material.
Plastic pipe predates other geosynthetics and was one of the very first polymer materials manufactured and used to wide extent.
Geosynthetic clay liners (GCLs) are interesting just a position of polymer and natural soil materials or bonded to geomembrane.
Geotechnical intrument are necessary deemed to control any manageable problems within the process of reclamation and soil improvement.
When a geotextile is used on one or both sides of a geonet, the separation and filtration functions are always satisfied, but the drainage function is vastly improved over geotextiles by themselves.
Concrete mattress is constructed with two layers of high strength woven geotextile and suitable for diverse applications. The woven fabric can be either PP or PET material.
Lokojange Water Reservoir, East Nusa Tenggara, 2019