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Evaluation of Capillary Barrier Effect of Multi-layer Cover System
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Evaluation of Capillary Barrier Effect of Multi-layer Cover System
Lee, Jeong-Hwan; Cho, Hyun-Jin; Cheong, Jae-Yeol; Jung, Haeryong; Yoon, Jeong Hyoun;
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 Abstract
Capillary barriers, consisting of relatively fine-over-coarse materials, have been suggested as an alternative to traditional compacted soil covers. So, We were analysed to capillary barrier effect according to five cases of multi-layer cover systems. Water balance simulation was conducted with unsaturated flow model HELP to assess unsaturated hydraulic parameters such as hydraulic conductivity, climate affecting the performance of capillary barriers. Simulation were conducted for 5 Cases in the Ulsan area. Result of simulation indicated that three cases was formed unsaturated condition and capillary barrier effect.
 Keywords
Capillary barrier;Water balance;HELP;Unsaturated hydraulic parameter;Climate;
 Language
Korean
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