Minimum short-term seam peel strength requirements and long-term performance of geocell junctions

October 20th, 2023

Internal geocell junctions, also called seams, play a critical role in ensuring that a geocell system will perform uniformly and consistently across the footprint of a stabilized area. In load support applications, non-uniform junction performance can lead to differential settlement and localized subsidence. This can lead to serviceability issues, damage to the overlying structure/pavement, and […]

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Slope stability with geocells at a New Zealand playground

December 27th, 2021

Photograph courtesy of Cirtex Aronia Park is a colorful new playground in South Auckland, New Zealand, that includes two multihued slides. The challenge arose with the specified topsoil thickness for the steep slope beneath the slides. There was a risk of the slope soil sliding off and requiring costly repair. Greenscene, the contractor, approached Cirtex […]

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