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Use of geosynthetics in deicing facilities at the Cleveland airport

June 1st, 2007 / By: / Containment, Feature, Geosynthetic Clay Liners

Using GCLs and a cellular confinement system, the objective was todesign and construct a centralized deicing pad where fluid could beapplied and collected in a fully controlled manner. By Daniel Petno and Chris Athanassopoulos Introduction The design and construction of a new centralized deicing facility at Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (CLE) involved several geosynthetic applications, including […]


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