Here is the listing of Best reference books on Reinforced Earth.
|1. “Designing with Geosynthetics” by R.M. Koerner
Book Review: This book stresses on the design by function, covers all types of geosynthetics. The book also uses S I units for all the problems and examples and also covers the concepts of containers and tubes. The book also discusses walls and slope design that incudes seismic analysis, wet landfills, agricultural wastes, waste stability and dam waterproofing. The book also discusses new products and related behavior that includes fiber reinforcement and wall drainage. The book also contains a separate chapter on geofoam. This book is useful for transportation, geotechnical, environmental and hydraulics professionals and engineers.
|2. “Geosynthetics: State of the Art Recent Developments” by P.H. Delmas, J.P. Gourc and A. Girard
Book Review: The book is divided into four parts and they are geotechnical engineering and reinforced structures, environmental engineering, transportation and hydraulic engineering and properties of geosynthetics. The book also covers the recent developments, new research discoveries and latest field results in the field of geosynthetics. This book is very useful for scientists, practitioners, researchers, designers, contractors, engineers, operators and students.
Sanfoundry Global Education & Learning Series – Best Reference Books!