|posted: 10/16/2020 at 7:53:11 AM ET|
Geotextiles are used for increasing the stability of the soil as they are humanmade material produced basically out of polyester. Woven geotextiles are mainly manufactured by weaving together the narrow strips of the film which perform functions like reinforcement and separation. Woven geotextile fabric feels and appear just like plastic and have a high load capacity. The primary function of non-woven geotextiles is filtration, drainage and separation. These fabrics are manufactured by using needle punching. These are made of synthetics and is mostly used for the filtration and separation applications.
Traits of Nonwoven Geotextile
Geotextile is porous to water, but it prevents the mixing of the aggregate and the soil when used as the separator between the aggregates and subsoil. It enhances the structure’s durability, strength and structural integrity.
The higher tensile strength of the Geotextile when combined with elongation property, will make it the best material so as to enhance the load-bearing capacity of the weak soils.
The minute perforation of Geotextile is designed in such a way that it can facilitate flowing of water as well as restricting the soil particles. Because of this, the water pressure is reduced, and the structure’s load-bearing capacity is increased.
Due to high puncture resistance, Geotextiles prevents the pumping of aggregates in the soil resulting in stable soil structure.
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