Feasibility of permeation grouting for constructing subsurface barriers

@inproceedings{Dwyer1994FeasibilityOP,
  title={Feasibility of permeation grouting for constructing subsurface barriers},
  author={B. Dwyer},
  year={1994}
}
  • B. Dwyer
  • Published 1994
  • Engineering
  • Efforts are being made to devise technologies that provide interim containment of waste sites while final remediation alternatives are developed. Permeation grouting, a technique used extensively in the civil and mining engineering industry has been investigated as a method for emplacing a subsurface containment barrier beneath existing waste sites. Conceptually an underlying barrier is placed by injecting grout into the formation at less than fracturing pressure from a series of directionally… CONTINUE READING
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