Title

An insight into the geotextile-municipal solid waste interface characteristics

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Eagle Eye Publications

Faculty

Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science

School

School of Engineering

RAS ID

16379

Comments

This article was originally published as: Shukla, S. K., Singh, A., & Jha, J. (2013). An insight into the geotextile-municipal solid waste interface characteristics. In Reinforced Soil and Application in Infrastructure Development: Proceedings of national conference on geotechnical and geoenvironmental aspects of wastes and their utilization in infrastructural projects (pp. 263-267). Mumbai, India: Eagle Eye Publications.

Abstract

In the present paper, interface shear resistance of a geotextile with the municipal solid waste (MSW) has been presented based on the study reported earlier. A comparison has been made with the interface shear resistance of the geotextile with the Ganga sand in loose and dense conditions. The results show that the reinforcing mechanisms in both the cases are not the same. The reinforced dried MSW behaves as more stiff ductile material than the unreinforced dried MSW.

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