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Geosynthetics Terminology By IGS

 

Input Date::[2011/1/17 9:10:45]    From:Geosyntech Co.,Ltd.

 

Bituminous geomembrane: see Geomembrane, bituminous.

Bonded geogrid: see Geogrid, bonded.

Drainage composite: see Geocomposite drain.

Elastomeric geomembrane: see Geomembrane, elastomeric.

Electrokinetic geosynthetic: A composite material which may provide filtration, drainage,reinforcement in addition to electrical conduction.

Extruded geogrid: see Geogrid, extruded.

Geobar: A polymeric material in the form of a bar, used in contact with soil/rock and/or any
other geotechnical material in civil engineering applications.

Geocell: A three-dimensional, permeable, polymeric (synthetic or natural) honeycomb or
web structure, made of strips of geotextiles, geogrids or geomembranes linked
alternatingly and used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical material in
civil engineering applications.

Geocomposite: A manufactured or assembled material using at least one geosynthetic
product among the components, used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other
geotechnical material in civil engineering applications.

Geocomposite clay liner: An assembled structure of geosynthetic materials and low
hydraulic conductivity earth materials (clay or bentonite), in the form of a manufactured
sheet, used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical material in civil
engineering applications.

Geocomposite drain: A prefabricated subsurface drainage product which consists of a
geotextile filter skin supported by a geonet or a geospacer.

Geocomposite reinforcement: An assembled structure of dissimilar geosynthetic
materials used for soil reinforcement.

Geofoam: A polymeric material which has been formed by the application of the polymer in
semi-liquid form, through the use of a foaming agent, and results in a lightweight material with high void content, used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical material in civil engineering applications.

Geogrid: A planar, polymeric structure consisting of a regular open network of integrally
connected tensile elements, which may be linked by extrusion, bonding or interlacing,
whose openings are larger than the constituents, used in contact with soil/rock and/or any
other geotechnical material in civil engineering applications.

Geogrid, bonded: A geogrid manufactured by bonding, usually at right angles, two or
more sets of strands or elements.

Geogrid, extruded: A geogrid manufactured by extruding polymers and drawing in a
sheet form.

Geogrid, knitted: A geogrid manufactured by knitting together yarns or elements,
usually at right angles to each other.

Geogrid, woven: A geogrid manufactured by weaving yarns or elements, usually at right
angles to each other.

Geomat: A three-dimensional, permeable, polymeric (synthetic or natural) structure, made
of bonded filaments, used for soil protection and to bind roots and small plants for erosion
control applications.

Geomembrane: A planar, relatively impermeable, polymeric (synthetic or natural) sheet
used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical material in civil engineering
applications.

Geomembrane, bituminous: A planar, relatively impermeable sheet manufactured from
natural bituminous materials.

Geomembrane, elastomeric: A planar, relatively impermeable sheet manufactured from
elastomeric polymers.

Geomembrane, plastomeric: A planar, relatively impermeable sheet manufactured from
plastomeric polymers.

Geonet: A planar, polymeric structure consisting of a regular dense network, whose
constituent elements are linked by knots or extrusions and whose openings are much
larger than the constituents, used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical
material in civil engineering applications.

Geopipe: A polymeric pipe used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical
material in civil engineering applications.

Geospacer: A three-dimensional polymeric structure with large void spaces, used in contact
with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical material in civil engineering applications.

Geostrip: A polymeric material in the form of a strip, of width less than or equal to 200mm,
used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical material in civil engineering
applications.

Geosynthetic: A planar, polymeric (synthetic or natural) material used in contact with
soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical material in civil engineering applications.

Geotextile: A planar, permeable, polymeric (synthetic or natural) textile material, which may
be nonwoven, knitted or woven, used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other
geotechnical material in civil engineering applications.

Geotextile, knitted: A geotextile produced by interlooping one or more yarns, fibres,
filaments or other elements.

Geotextile, nonwoven: A geotextile in the form of a manufactured sheet, web or batt of
directionally or randomly orientated fibres, filaments or other elements, mechanically
and/or thermally and/or chemically bonded.

Geotextile, woven: A geotextile produced by interlacing, usually at right angles, two or
more sets of yarns, fibres, filaments, tapes or other elements.

Knitted geogrid: see Geogrid, knitted.

Knitted geotextile: see Geotextile, knitted.

Nonwoven geotextile: see Geotextile, nonwoven.

Plastomeric geomembrane: see Geomembrane, plastomeric.

Woven geogrid: see Geogrid, woven.

Woven geotextile: see Geotextile, woven.

 
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