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Controlling uplifting gas bubbles in exposed geomembrane-lined ponds—Part 3

April 1st, 2018 / By: / Feature

Part 1 of this series (Thiel 2017) demonstrated how the size, shape, pressure, and stresses and strains experienced by geomembrane bubbles inflated with gas could be analytically estimated. Part 2 of this series (Thiel 2018) evaluated the considerations for incorporating a gas-venting underdrain below the geomembrane liner. The current, and final, Part 3 of this […]

 

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3 responses to “Controlling uplifting gas bubbles in exposed geomembrane-lined ponds—Part 3

    1. Dear Anthony,

      There are hyperlinks to both Part 1 and Part 2 in the first paragraph of the post you commented on.

      Cheers.

      Todd R. Berger
      Senior Editor, Geosynthetics magazine

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