Evaluation of tensile strength characteristics of geosynthetic materials designed to ensure embankment stability

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https://doi.org/10.54355/tbus/3.2.2023.0036

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geogrids, geosynthetic materials, strength testing, tensile testing, embankment

Abstract

This article highlights the significance of geogrids and geosynthetic materials in addressing geotechnical engineering challenges and provides a foundation for further research and advancements in this field. The article explores the role of geogrids and geosynthetic materials in modern geotechnical engineering. Geogrids are three-dimensional structures made of polymer materials with apertures or cells filled with soil or other materials. They are extensively utilized for soil reinforcement, erosion control, surface stability, and ensuring the durability of various geotechnical structures. Geosynthetic materials, in turn, are artificial materials produced from polymers and are used for soil filtration, separation, protection, and reinforcement. They find wide application in various geotechnical systems and constructions, including drainage systems, hydrological barriers, road construction, and airports. The article also describes the Strain-control method for testing geosynthetic materials, allowing for result adjustments relative to specimen dimensions. The research underscores the significance of geogrids and geosynthetic materials in contemporary engineering practice and provides a foundation for further investigations and developments in the field of geotechnics.

Author Biographies

Rauan Lukpanov, Solid Research Group, LLP, 010008, 27 Tashenova Str., Astana, Kazakhstan

 

 

Duman Dyussembinov, Solid Research Group, LLP, 010008, 27 Tashenova Str., Astana, Kazakhstan

 

 

Aigerim Yenkebayeva, Department of Civil Engineering, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, 010008, 2 Satpayev Str., Astana, Kazakhstan

 

 

Zhibek Zhantlesova, Solid Research Group, LLP, 010008, 27 Tashenova Str., Astana, Kazakhstan. Department of Technology of Industrial and Civil Construction, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, 010008, 2 Satpayev Str., Astana, Kazakhstan

 

 

 

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2023-06-30

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Lukpanov, . R., Dyussembinov, D., Yenkebayeva, A., & Zhantlesova, Z. (2023). Evaluation of tensile strength characteristics of geosynthetic materials designed to ensure embankment stability. Technobius, 3(2), 0036. https://doi.org/10.54355/tbus/3.2.2023.0036

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