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IGS - ESPAÑA
Capítulo Español de la International Geosynthetics Society
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Bajo los auspicios de la International Geosynthetics Society (IGS)

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Angel Leiro

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Pedro Abad
pedro.abad@igs-espana.com

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Programa Final


17 de Septiembre

Mañana
10,30-11,00 CAFÉ
11,00 - 13,15 SESIONES TÉCNICAS

Medio ambiente

Moderadores:
Fabienne Farcas. Ifsttar (Francia)
Ian Fraser. Tensar (Reino Unido)

Ponencias:

Comparative life cycle assessment of geosynthetics versus conventional construction materials, a study on behalf of the E.A.D.M. Case 3, Landfill construction drainage layer
K. Werth, S. Höhny1
NAUE GMBH & Co. KG, Alemania
1Colbond GmbH & Co. KG, Alemania

A new focus of geosynthetics CQA based in ISO/IEC 17020: the site as inspected item
G. Bernal, A. García de Cortázar1, M. A. Gómez2, A. Zulueta3
Lurgintza Ingeniería Geológica, España
1Terranova, España
2Garbiker-Diputación Foral de Bizkaia, España
3Consultor independiente, España

Landfill capping with a multifonction geocomposite
P. Brochier, J. L. Michaux
teragéos, Francia

The new german filtration criteria for geosynthetics in landfill construction
F. Saathoff, S. Cantré, W. Müller1
University of Rostock, Alemania
1Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Alemania

Impact of elevated temperature on stability of landfills with geomembrane-granular soil interfaces
T. Karademir, J. D. Frost1
Formerly, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
1Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Improvement of the inclined plane device to assess the friction properties at geosynthetics interfaces
G. Stoltz, R. Gallo, D. Poulain, N. Touze-Foltz
Hydrosystems and bioprocesses Research Unit, Irstea, Francia

Improving wastewater treatment and life cycles of septic systems using geotextiles
R. Marino, J. Martin
Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA

Stability analysis criteria in landfill design based on the Spanish codes
J. Estaire. F. Pardo de Santayana
Laboratorio de Geotecnia (CEDEX), España

Behaviour of draining geosynthetics for landfill capping systems
C.Oggeri, S. Fourmont1
DIATI, Politecnico di Torino, Italia
1Afitex, Francia

Performance of model high barrier geosynthetics for containment of volatile organic compounds and greenhouse gases in landfills
R. Armstrong
Kuraray America Inc., USA

Geomembrane covers in landfills. Advantages
R. Volante
Italia

Comparison of desiccation cracking patterns between air and oven-dried GCL specimens
W. A. Take, G. A. Siemens1, J. Potvin
Queen’s University, Kingston, Canadá
1Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Canadá

Laboratory investigation on self-healing capacity of geosynthetic clay liners
H. Xiao, X. Li, J. He, X. Kong
School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Hubei University of Technology, China

COLOQUIO
13,15-14,30 ALMUERZO
Tarde
14,30 - 16,00 SESIONES TÉCNICAS

Medio ambiente

Moderadores:
Gemmina di Emidio. Universidad de Gante (Bélgica)
Edoardo Zannoni. Maccaferri (Sudáfrica)

Ponencias:

In plane strains in geomembranes with landfill steepwall lining systems. Review and extension
I. Griffiths, E. M. Gallagher1, A. Mar2
University of Manchester, Reino Unido
1Coffey Geotechnics Ltd, Reino Unido
2Morgan Sindall Underground Professional Services Ltd., Reino Unido

Numerical modeling and seismic behavior of geogrid reinforced walls
A.Edinçliler & G. Baykal1, D. Zinzade2
1Bogaziçi University, Bebek Istanbul-Turquía
2Besiktas Emlak Yatırım ve Turizm A.S, Istanbul, Turquía

Permeable reactive barriers for remediation of organic nonaqueous phase liquids
J. Olsta, J. Bryk1
CETCO; USA
1CETCO, Polonia

The use of geosynthetic materials in landfills in Victoria, Australia
K. Bogoda
Environment Protection Authority, Australia

Study of landfills using GCL for PCB contaminated sediments
H. Chahal, C. Pothier, I. Djeran-Maigre
Université de Lyon, INSA Lyon, Francia

The effect of shear displacement rate on the GCL/GM interface
J. Cañizal, B. M. Bacas1, P. Lapeña, A. da Costa, J. Castro, C. Sagaseta
Geotechnical Group. University of Cantabria, España
1Terrasolum sl. Geotechnical Engineering CDTUC, España

UNE-EN ISO 9001. One step closer to achieve ‘quality’ by companies installing geosynthetics.
J. A. Rodríguez
Celesur Sistemas de impermeabilización, S. L., Orihuela (Alicante). España

Innovative surface capping system for the landfill site of the "Pluto" blast-furnace gas sludge pits formerly operated by the Schalker Verein in Herna, Germany
J. Klaas, B. Grote1, D. Septrop1, G. Dietrich1, S. Vomberg2
ThyssenKrupp Real Estate GmbH, Alemania
1Bermüller & Co. GmbH, Alemania
2Consulting-Büro Frieg GmbH, Alemania

Using geosynthetic clay liners (GCLS) in landfill capping application studying the influence of hidration by biogas condensate and mineralised water on GCL'S permeability
B. Chevrier, D. Guyonnet
Francia

COLOQUIO
16,00-16,30 CAFÉ
16,30 – 18,15 SESIONES TÉCNICAS

Electrokinetic geosynthetic dewatering of nuclear contaminated waste
C. J. F. P. Jones, J. Lamont-Black, S. Glendinning1
Electrokinetic Limited, Reino Unido
1Newcastle University, Reino Unido

Design and application of an innovative remediation technique against toxic metals contaminated soil in urban areas
A. Kollios, V. Zotiadis
Edafomichaniki, S. A., Grecia

A comparision of the creep behavior of different geonet structures
D. Narejo, S. Allen
Caro Engineering LLC, USA
UTRI Environmental Inc., USA

Static and dynamic waste characterization
F. Castelli, V. Lentini, M. Maugeri1
University of Enna "Kore", Italia
1University of Catania, Italia

Colloidal and hydraulic performance of new generation geosynthetic clay liner in contact with Diesel oil
D. Toncelli, N. Marozzi1, F. Mazzieri1, S. Baravalle
Laviosa Chimica Mineraria, S. p. A., Italia
1Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italia

Techniques for evaluation of the geotextiles biological clogging in experimental cells
C. L. Carvalho, D. Vidal1, E. Kawachi1
Mexichem Bidim, Brasil
1Technological Institute of Aeronautics ITA, Brasil

Geomembrane installation-feedback from a leak detection service provider
V. Hruby, S. D. Barrie1
BHF Environmental, Eslovaquia
1BHF Environmental, Reino Unido

The use of geosynthetic materials in the australian oil and gas industry
L. du Preez
Golder Associates Pty Ltd., Australia

Prefabricated vertical drains and geocell mattress control settlement at Preston waste transfer station
P. Thurlwell, A. Taylor1
P&S Consulting Engineers Ltd., Reino Unido
1Eric Wright Civil Engineering Ltd., Reino Unido

High compressive resistance drainage geocomposites
J. Castelo, J. Gutiérrez
Intermas Nets, España

Use of geosynthetic materials for a municipal solid waste landfill on a slope area. Case study
S. Manea, V. Feodorov1, E. Olinic
Technical University of Civil Engineering, Bucarest, Rumanía
1 Iridex Group Constructii, Bucarest, Rumanía

COLOQUIO
CÓCTEL


18 de Septiembre

Mañana
09,45-10,15 CAFÉ
10,15 - 13,15 SESIONES TÉCNICAS

Medio ambiente

Moderadores:
Guillaume Stoltz. Irstea (Francia)
Guillermo Bernal. Lurgintza (España)

Ponencias:

Recent development of treated clays for Geosynthetic Clay Liners and barriers systems
G. Di Emidio, R.D. Verástegui Flores, W.F. Van Impe, A. Bezuijen, F. Mazzieri1
Laboratory of Geotechnics, Ghent University, Bélgica
1Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italia

Landfill for declassified hazardous waste at Son Reus (Majorca): Design and construction
J. Alonso, J. Moreno1
Ingeniero consultor, España
1Grupo Terratest, España

Green environmental solutions with geotextile tubes
E. Zengerink, R. J. M. Wortelboer, T. W. Yee1
TenCate Geosynthetics Netherlands, Holanda
1TenCate Geosynthetics Asia, Malasia

Experimental study of the development of scour around sand-filled geosystems for coastal protection
L. das Neves, M. L. Lopes, F. Veloso-Gomes, F. Taveira-Pinto
Facultade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Portugal

The use of aluminium tape as a conducting medium for spark testing high density polyethylene membrane extrusion welds
A. R. Belton, M. Larkin, E. M. Gallagher
Coffey Geotechnics Ltd., Reino Unido

Drainage geonet composites and performance assessment
A. Zhao, E. Blond1, P. Recalcati2
Syn Tec LLC, USA
1Sageos, CTT Group, Canadá
2Tenax Spa, Italia

Applicability of tubular drainage geocomposites as part of the lechate collection layer with respect to biological clogging
E. Blond, S. Fourmont1, C. Bloquet2
Sageos, CTT Group, Canadá
1AFITEX, Francia
2SITA, Francia

The superiority of geotextile dewatering tubes
Z. Lin, S. Wu, A. Chien
ACE Geosynthetics, Taiwan

Geomembrane stress cracking resistance depending on the polymer used
C. López
Sotrafa, España

The design and construction of a reinforced soil buttress wall to stabilise a blast damaged rock face
A.L. Garrard, D. Chaychuck1, C. Douglas2
SMEC Australia Pty Ltd, Australia
1Geofabrics Australiasia Pty Ltd, Australia
2 Parsons Brinckerhoff, Australia

COLOQUIO
13,15-14,30 ALMUERZO
Tarde
16,00-16,30 CAFÉ
16,30 – 18,15 SESIONES TÉCNICAS

Minas

Moderadores:
Onur Akay. Okan University Istambul (Turquía)
Madalena Barroso. LNEC (Portugal)

Ponencias:

Interface shear strength testing of composite liner systems under ultra-high normal stresses
C. Athanassopoulos, P. J. Fox1, S. Thielman1
CETCO, USA
1University of California, San Diego, USA

Geosynthetic over bridging and monitoring systems in area endangered by sinkholes and mining subsidence of the highway A1 in Poland
K. Klosek, J. Sobolewski1, L. Bednarski2, A. Milkowski3, J. Ajdukiewicz4
Silesian Technical University, Polonia
1Huesker Synthetic GmbH, Alemania
2NeoStrain sp. z o. o., Polonia
3COMPLEX PROJEKT sp. z o. o., Polonia
4P. R. INORA sp. Z o. o. , Polonia

Boreholes interpolation by using back propagation neural networks
S.H. Razavi, S. Aloodari, B. Farshadbakht, Y. Alaedin1
Islamic Azad University, Irán
1Geotechnical & Material Resistance Study Centre, Irán

A platform combining geomembrane and asphalt concrete layer
J. Lázaro
AXTER IBÉRICA, España

COLOQUIO
CENA DE CLAUSURA


19 de Septiembre

Mañana
09,30 – 10,30 SESIONES TÉCNICAS

Control de erosión

Moderadores:
Mª Graça Lopes. ISEL (Portugal)
Peter Hubik. Geomat s.r.o. (República Checa)

Ponencias:

Surface erosion control test field on steep slope of german autobahn A3
E. Németh, H. Zanzinger, J. Böker1, K. Marzini1, J. Eppel1
SKZ-Süddeutches Kunststoff-Zentrum, Alemania
1IWG-Bayerische Landesanstalt für Weinbau and Gartenbau, Alemania

Geotextile at Cape López, Gabon, West Africa-Feedback from a shore-parallel protection
B. Cornic, P. Collet1, B. Latteux2
Espace Pur Company, Francia
1TOTAL, S. A., Francia
2Harbour and Coastal Engineering, Francia

Ageing of geotextiles in marine environments
J. R. Carneiro, L. M. Morais, M. L. Lopes
Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal

COLOQUIO
10,30-11,00 CAFÉ
11,00 – 12,00 SESIONES TÉCNICAS

Control de erosión

Characterisation of a soil-geosynthetic friction parameters for the stabilization of a thin soil layer on slopes
G. Auray, P. Garcin1, Ph. Delmas2
Texinov, Francia
1Egis Geotechnique, Francia
2CNAM, Francia

Erosion coast protection using geosynthetics.
E. Gómez, I. Diego, J. Santalla
Huesker Geosintéticos, España

Use of geosynthetics for coastal protection in artic areas
J. Finseth1, A. Lothe, M. G. Baverfjord, C. Recker, A. Watn
Sustainable Artic Marine and Coastal Technology (SAMCoT). Norwegian University of Science and Technology and SINTEF Building and Infrastructure, Noruega
1University Centre of Svalbard, Noruega

Applications of volumetric erosion control geocomposites.
O. Ansa, J. Castelo
Intermas Nets, España

COLOQUIO

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