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AS 3706.10.1-2012 Geotextiles - Methods of test - Determination of transmissivity - Radial method

Abbreviation
AS 3706.10.1-2012
Valid from
30/04/2012

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SAI Global
Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
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Description

This Standard sets out the method for determining the transmissivity of geotextiles by measuring the rate of flow of water in the plane of the fabric under a constant head using a radial flow apparatus.

NOTES:

  1. Transmissivity is the preferred measure of the in-plane water flow capacity of a geotextile.
  2. This method may have limitations for materials where the transmissivity varies with direction of flow.
  3. The transmissivity of the fabric varies with other contact surfaces, compressive stress and hydraulic gradient.

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AS 3706.10.1-2012 Geotextiles - Methods of test - Determination of transmissivity - Radial method

Description

This Standard sets out the method for determining the transmissivity of geotextiles by measuring the rate of flow of water in the plane of the fabric under a constant head using a radial flow apparatus.

NOTES:

  1. Transmissivity is the preferred measure of the in-plane water flow capacity of a geotextile.
  2. This method may have limitations for materials where the transmissivity varies with direction of flow.
  3. The transmissivity of the fabric varies with other contact surfaces, compressive stress and hydraulic gradient.

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AS 3706.10.1-2012 Geotextiles - Methods of test - Determination of transmissivity - Radial method
Description

This Standard sets out the method for determining the transmissivity of geotextiles by measuring the rate of flow of water in the plane of the fabric under a constant head using a radial flow apparatus.

NOTES:

  1. Transmissivity is the preferred measure of the in-plane water flow capacity of a geotextile.
  2. This method may have limitations for materials where the transmissivity varies with direction of flow.
  3. The transmissivity of the fabric varies with other contact surfaces, compressive stress and hydraulic gradient.
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