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Publications by [Helwany S.]

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<p>A geosynthetic-reinforced soil (GRS) mass is formed by placing closely-spaced layers of polymeric geosynthetic reinforcement in a soil mass during soil placement. The reinforcement in a GRS mass serves primarily to improve engineering properties of soil. ...
Reference: Contractor’s Final Report for NCHRP Project 12-59 (01) Submitted January 2012 NCHRP Web-Only Document 187
The purpose of this study is to document the performance and effectiveness of two mitigation techniques, geosynthetic reinforced fill and flowable fill, installed behind four Wisconsin bridges. Two of the bridges (Hemlock and Cranberry bridges) are founded ...
Reference: Wisconsin Highway Research Program, Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanics The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee