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  • Geosynthetic interface shear behaviour: Part 1 Test methods (1 of 2)Subscription

    1 February, 2002Updated: 19 February, 2009

    Introduction Geosynthetics are increasingly being used for engineering applications.They are typically used in conjunction with soil and other types of geosynthetics and have a number of roles such as reinforcement, separation, drainage and as barriers. They are employed in a range of diverse applications such as landfill barriers and construction of steep soil slopes.

  • Geosynthetic interface shear behaviour: Part 1 Test methods (2 of 2)Subscription

    1 February, 2002Updated: 19 February, 2009

    Acknowledgements Production of this paper was part funded by The British Council and the German Academic Exchange Service as part of the British German Academic Research Collaboration Programme.Patience Kamugisha is funded by Golder Associates and Loughborough University and the work of Carl Stoewahse was conducted at Hannover University funded by a number of German civil engineering companies.