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Multi-linear drainage geocomposites for railways

The authors assert, through three illustrative cases studies, that significantly improving railway drainage is possible using multi-linear drainage geocomposites.

Features | June 1, 2022 | By: Stephan Fourmont and Mathilde Riot

FIGURE 1 Multi-linear drainage geocomposite under railway embankment In civil engineering, drainage systems are traditionally made with granular material layers and perforated collector pipes. The use of drainage geocomposites became more common 30 years ago with the development of products that met the specific requirements of each application. Moreover, the geocomposite is cheaper than the […]


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