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get:sandwich technique for reinforced earth

get:sandwich technique for reinforced earth

Hi help
Please Data
To sandwich technique for reinforced earth

RE: get:sandwich technique for reinforced earth

You will need to do a much better attempt at describing what you want help on. If need be, draw some sketches and post them.

RE: get:sandwich technique for reinforced earth

I have no idea what this post is about, maybe some colloquial term for ground improvement or an MSW?? Like BigH said, further info needed

RE: get:sandwich technique for reinforced earth

He is possibly talking about building steeper slopes using geotextile, wrap it around the top of the layer placed on it, and then another geotextile, fill, wrap, geotextile fill, wrap, etc. This is a technique that has been used to steepen a number of slopes (e.g., railway embankments) when they don't have the room for flatter slopes.

RE: get:sandwich technique for reinforced earth


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