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Behavior of Geosynthetic Reinforced Wall with Heat Induce Drainage Method During Rainfall
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 Title & Authors
Behavior of Geosynthetic Reinforced Wall with Heat Induce Drainage Method During Rainfall
Shin, Seung-min; Sin, Chun-won; Yoo, Chung-Sik;
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 Abstract
This paper presents the results of a scale model test to the effect of heat exchanger drainage method in retaining wall of weathered granite soil. Purpose to rise in the temperature of the heat wires inside the weathered granite soil is preventing the collapse of the retaining wall and drainage smoothly moved to the drainage layer. Especially using a spray gun to simulate the rainfall since the rainfall drainage work is important for the rainfall effect on soil, find the difference about displacement of the retaining wall, change of volume water content, drainage, earth pressure and change in the strain of the geosynthetic was effected to heat exchanger within the soil. The result from applying the heat exchanger method decreased the earth pressure and displacement of the wall and increased drainage of water.
 Keywords
Geosynthetic;Reinforced wall;Heat exchanger drainage method;
 Language
Korean
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