Horizontal placement of geogrids and geotextils creates a reinforced soil structure. The reinforcement geotextile and geogrid excellent in a high tensile strength and low strain which improve the overall stability and increase the safety factors.
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When the weight of retaining wall units alone is not enough to retain soil loads, VERSA Grid geogrid provides the soil reinforcement needed for wall stability.
Phi Group's Textomur system is a tried and tested and cost effective reinforced soil solution. Typically installed at 60 70 degrees, it is idea
Soil reinforcement Geogrid reinforced soil slope Retaining walls TENAX Geogrids reinforced soil slope, landfill containment, landslides stabilisation, reinforced soil wall, rockfall protection.
Erosaweb geocell is designed for the reinforcement of weak soils and has many applications including the retention of soils on steep slopes. The permeable honeycomb structure of geocells allows water to drain through the cells and down the slope while retaining and confining the fill material (soil, stone or vegetation)
The Reinforced Earth system combines granular backfill with soil reinforcement to form durable and robust retaining structures capable of supporting substantial loads. The modular facing system uses a range of concrete or steel mesh panels to suit the project's requirements. Both steel and synthetic soil reinforcement are
Retaining wall and soil reinforcement are at the heart of what Maccaferri do. We provide cost effective, value engineered scalable solutions.
Mechanically stabilized earth (MSE or reinforced soil) is soil constructed with artificial reinforcing. It can be used for retaining walls, bridge abutments, seawalls, and dikes. Although the basic principles of MSE have been used throughout history, MSE was developed in its current form in the 1960s. The reinforcing elements
The technique for performing creep analysis of geosynthetic reinforced retaining walls and a method for estimating the initial stresses in reinforcement are presented. The proposed approach is based on the assumption that the creep of the structure takes place in the active zone, in which the soil is in the plastic state and
For decades, mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) retaining wall structures have been constructed from concrete facing blocks and geosynthetic soil reinforcement. These structures are economical, easy to install, and often the preferred wall for a wide variety of projects. Originally, the concrete facing blocks
Monitoring was carried out during construction of a cast in situ concrete rigid facing geogrid reinforced soil retaining wall in the Gan (Zhou) Long (Yan) railway main line of China. The monitoring included the vertical foundation pressure and lateral earth pressure of the reinforced soil wall facing, the tensile strain in the
Soil reinforcement & Slopes structures are trusted to support motorways, railway embankments and property around the globe.