A method for the securing of predominantly large old storages consists of their encapsulation with diaphragm walls. Such vertical locking is especially well suited when under the storage natural, low-permeation soil layers are found, into which the diaphragm walls are embedded. These diaphragm walls are, as a rule, produced in the versatile and low-cost cutoff wall procedure. The sealing wall masses used there must also be resistant to attack by seepage waters from the old storages.
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- Resistance of Mineral Sealing Wall Masses Against Seepage Waters from Old Storages
Dr. Eng. H. Meseck
Grad. Eng. R. Hermanns
- Springer Netherlands
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