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Title: Adhesion at jute geotextile/clay slurry interface
Authors: Tan, Siew-Ann 
Muhammad, Naim
Karunaratne, G.-P. 
Issue Date: Sep-1995
Source: Tan, Siew-Ann,Muhammad, Naim,Karunaratne, G.-P. (1995-09). Adhesion at jute geotextile/clay slurry interface. Soils and Foundations 35 (3) : 15-22. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The interface behavior between the jute geotextile and various clay types commonly found in dredged seabed soils is a critical factor in ensuring the effective use of jute fabric for the layered clay-jute geotextile-sand method for land reclamation. In the present work, the effects of clay-type was examined using clays of liquid limits ranging from 100% to 400%, prepared from various mixes of Kaolin-Bentonite. Using the vertical sheet test, the interface adhesion between the jute and four samples of Kaolin-Bentonite mixes were measured. When the water contents are normalized by the liquid limits, it was observed that the interface adhesion values fall into a very narrow behavior band, thus making it possible to estimate the available interface strength between jute and clay slurry based on water contents.
Source Title: Soils and Foundations
ISSN: 00380806
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