Issue Date: November/December 2011

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GEOSTRATA, 2011, November/December, 36-43     The term “soil reinforcement” typically implies the use of inclusions such as sheets, geogrids or short fibers embedded within the earth structure to produce a composite material that is more stable than the unreinforced structure. The inclusions can be made of metal or polymeric material. While internally reinforced structures […]

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