Description Of Composite Geotextiles for Architectural Engineering
Composite material is a general term for the synthetic materials used in civil engineering. As a kind of civil engineering materials, it is to synthetic polymers, such as plastics, chemical fiber, synthetic rubber as raw material, made of various types of products, placed inside the soil, surface, or various kinds of soil play to strengthen or to protect the soil. The application of the technology of soil engineering synthetic materials will be divided into the type of the material of the soil, the soil, the soil, the special material and the composite. The special materials for the special materials include the soil engineering film bag, the soil engineering net, the geotechnical mesh pad, the soil working chamber, the soil texture, the bentonite mat, the polystyrene foamed plastics (EPS), etc.. The composite material is made from the above mentioned materials, such as composite coating, composite material, composite material, composite waterproof and drainage (drainage), etc..
Main Features of Composite Geotextiles for Architectural Engineering
The advantages of the composite is that the weight is light, and the overall continuity is good (can be made into a large area of the whole), construction is convenient, high tensile strength, corrosion resistance and resistance to microorganisms. The disadvantage is that, without special treatment, anti ultraviolet ability, such as exposure to ultraviolet radiation, is easy to aging, but if not directly exposed, the anti aging and durability performance is still high.
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Applications of Composite Geotextiles for Architectural Engineering
1, for the stability of highway, railway roadbed.
2, used to bear the weight of the embankment and shallow water treatment.
3, used to prevent the landslide and the load of the gravity of the hybrid retaining wall.