Review of Process Control and Assurance for Optimized Seaming Condition Optimization of Woven Geotextiles to Improve Stability in Soft Soil Structure
In this study, nonwoven and woven geotextiles were used and the different seaming methods were applied to review the seam properties through comparison of tensile strength retention by seaming methods. Also, bonding agents were applied to strengthen the seaming effect on the seamed part and reduction factors of woven geotextiles were analyzed by field installation conditions. Finally, process control and assurance for optimized seaming condition of woven geotextiles were reviewed to improve stability in soft soil structure.
This research was supported by a grant (18RDRPB076564-05) from Regional Development Research Program funded by Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of Korean government.
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