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Record number 344770
Title Materials for subsurface land drainage systems
Author(s) Stuyt, L.C.P.M.; Dierickx, W.; Martínez Beltrán, J.
Source Rome (Italy) : FAO (FAO irrigation and drainage paper 60) - ISBN 9251054274 - 183
Department(s) Alterra - Centre for Water and Climate
ALTERRA Wageningen UR
Publication type Book aimed at a professional audience
Publication year 2005
Keyword(s) ondergrondse drainage - drainagesystemen - drainage uitrusting - draineerbuizen - waterstroming - omhullingsmaterialen - drainage - subsurface drainage - drainage systems - drainage equipment - drain pipes - water flow - envelope materials
Categories Drainage
Abstract The purpose of this Paper is to provide this practical information to drainage engineers and contractors. The Paper is based on the current knowledge of water flow into drain pipes and envelopes, their properties and applicability. It also contains guidelines for the selection of drainage materials and practical guidelines for the implementation of laboratory and field investigations to evaluate the performance of drainage materials. The selection of the materials must also consider the required specifications, their availability, durability and cost. Guideline for selection of the most appropriate envelope material, as related to local conditions
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