STP Published: 2013
STP1562-EB

Current and Future Practices for the Testing of Multi-Component Geosynthetic Clay Liners

Editor(s): K.P. von Maubeuge, J.P. Kline

Fifteen peer-reviewed papers address a decade of significant changes in manufacturing technology, design utilization, and market acceptance of multi-component geosynthetic clay liner materials. They are characterized by specially-engineered surface coatings, film attachments, bentonite modifications, and other components that enhance performance in specific ways.

This new publication helps to better identify changing material characteristics and designs, commonalities among these changes, and testing and standardization needs to better support the engineering community in regards to geosynthetic clay liners.

Table of Contents

T. Egloffstein, J. Kalsow, K. von Maubeuge, H. Ehrenberg

Henning Ehrenberg, Kent von Maubeuge

Nathalie Touze-Foltz, Camille Barral, Didier Croissant, K. von Maubeuge

S. Allen

H. Bannour, N. Touze-Foltz, A. Courté, K. von Maubeuge

C. Athanassopoulos, Z. Yuan, R. Trauger, M. Goldenberg

Gary Torosian

Kent von Maubeuge, Henning Ehrenberg

Jimmy Youngblood, J. Kline

Xiaochao Tang, Zehong Yuan

C. Athanassopoulos, P. Fox, J. Ross, M. Goldenberg

B. Herlin, B. Kennedy

James Hanson, Nazli Yesiller, Gregory Olsen

George R. Koerner

John Paulson, Randolph Kohlman

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Developed by Committee: D35
Pages: 162
DOI: 10.1520/STP1562-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7548-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7573-0