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A New Earth Reinforcement Method using Soilbags

Handbook / Manual
By: Hajime Matsuoka and Sihong Liu
116 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
A New Earth Reinforcement Method using Soilbags
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  • A New Earth Reinforcement Method using Soilbags ISBN: 9780415383547 Hardback Dec 2006 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Earth reinforcement with soilbags is an effective and economical alternative to classic methods. This book covers the development, properties and characteristics of soilbags, as well as design features of structures built with soilbags. It is intended for geotechnical and foundation engineers and other professionals working on earth reinforcement.

Contents

Preface Why do we study soilbags? How to reach the earth reinforcement by soilbags (Solpack method)? Characteristics of soilbags Design approaches of Solpack method Application cases of the Solpack method Quality control of soilbags Natural vegetations planted in soilbags Concluding remarks References

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Handbook / Manual
By: Hajime Matsuoka and Sihong Liu
116 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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