Guideline DWA-M 512-1E - Sealing Systems in Hydraulic Engineering, Part 1: Earthwork Structures - February 2012; check 2016 approved by experts


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Product number: M 512 T1E-12
It covers surface and internal sealing systems for soil structures in hydraulic engineering as they are applied in practice. Described are surface and internal sealing systems used in earthwork structures, including asphalt and concrete sealing systems, geosynthetic clay liners, mineral sealings, geomembranes, fully grouted riprap, sheet pile walls and internal sealing systems made of hydraulically bound sealing-wall materials (concrete, plastic concrete, injections, jet grouting, diaphragm walls, thin slurry diaphragm walls, soil-grouting processes). For each of these sealing systems, a summary is given of possible applications, construction materials, methods of placement, design principles, quality assurance and maintenance requirements, and reference is made to the latest developments and their applications.
Ausgabe: April 2016
Format: A4
Gruppe: Hydraulic Engineering and Hydro Power
ISBN: 978-3-944328-46-1
Kategorie: Rules and Standards
Seitenzahl: 117
Sprache: English
Verlag: DWA
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