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ISO 25619-1

Geosynthetics — Determination of compression behaviour — Part 1: Compressive creep properties

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 February 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 24
ICS Code (Geotextiles): 59.080.70
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This document specifies index test methods for determining the compressive creep properties of geosynthetic products. The test specimens are subjected either to normal compressive loading or to a combination of normal compressive loading and shear loading.

The test method with a normal load only (see Clause 5) is the standard method.

The test method in which combined normal and shear loads are applied (see Clause 6) is intended for products that are sensitive to shear failure, i.e. which have a columnar or cuspated structure.

The tests are carried out on dry specimens or on specimens immersed in water. The test is intended to be carried out with the specimen immersed in water when any part of the geosynthetic product contains a hydrophilic polymer.

Document History

ISO 25619-1
February 1, 2021
Geosynthetics — Determination of compression behaviour — Part 1: Compressive creep properties
This document specifies index test methods for determining the compressive creep properties of geosynthetic products. The test specimens are subjected either to normal compressive loading or to a...
December 15, 2008
Geosynthetics — Determination of compression behaviour — Part 1: Compressive creep properties
This part of ISO 25619 specifies index test methods for determining the compressive creep properties of geosynthetic products. The test specimens are subjected either to normal compressive loading or...

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