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Berm is working on the railroad

April 1, 2006

…top of the existing tracks and then dragged over undisturbed ground (Photo 5), assisted by an excavator and five men. The panels were placed with the seams running perpendicular to…

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Bolivar to get $1.4M to fix, cover sand socks damaged by hurricane

April 1, 2006

…blown off, said John Lee, Galveston County Emergency Management Office planning coordinator. The 8-ft.-diameter geotextile sand socks run for 2.5 miles on either side of Rollover Pass on the Bolivar…

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Geotextiles in unpaved roads: A 35-year case history

January 1, 1970

…(15cm) of gravel base (40% of design) was actually used, according to Hutchins in 2007. The tests were run in 2 stages: a dry run, in which the loaded vehicle…

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Lake Tahoe bluff-restoration project recognized

January 1, 1970

…each category. The award description: “The Houghton-Berry property is located atop a steep bluff in Rubicon Bay where the shoreline [had sustained] highly eroded banks and severe undercutting. The design…

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What is the ‘High Line’?

January 1, 1970

…freight traffic 30ft high, removing dangerous trains from the streets of Manhattan’s largest industrial district. No trains have run on the High Line since 1980. Friends of the High Line,…

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In this article…

January 1, 1970

…allowing for substantial reduction of long-term strength of the reinforcing geosynthetic. If accepted, a new mode of failure that has not yet been seen will likely be realized: rupture of…

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The influence of geogrid’s geometry and structure on interface behavior

January 1, 1970

…controlled rates of displacement (CRD) equal to 1.0mm/min, until geogrid tensile rupture or until a total horizontal displacement of 100mm was achieved. For the application of the pullout force, an…

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