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Effect of the Number of Constrictions on the Filtration Behavior of a Soil-Geotextile System

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Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.5862

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Abstract:

Nonwoven geotextile filters have been used in geo-environmental engineering for decades to prevent the movement of base soil fine particles, allowing adequate seepage to flow through the geotextile plane. Most of the design criteria developed for nonwoven geotextiles are based only on the comparison between their characteristic opening size and the indicative diameter of the soil to be filtered. In the meantime, the nonwoven geotextile fibrous structure has an influence on the filtration of the soil-geotextile system. In this paper the numbers of constrictions of nonwoven geotextile samples were determined to verify the existence of a correlation between the geotextile structure and the filtration behaviour of soil-geotextile systems. The compatibility between an internally unstable soil and a nonwoven geotextile filter was evaluated using the gradient ratio test. The results obtained can also be the basis for modifying the geotextile filter design and selection criteria.

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nonwoven geotextile, clogging, constrictions number, gradient ratio.

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Miszkowska A, Koda E, Krzywosz Z. Effect of the Number of Constrictions on the Filtration Behavior of a Soil-Geotextile System. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe  2020; 28, 1(139): 87-92. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.5862

Published in issue no 1 (139) / 2020, pages 87–92.

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