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Conference Paper: Electrophoresis: Innovative technique to repair leaking impoundments

TitleElectrophoresis: Innovative technique to repair leaking impoundments
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Issue Date1997
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Geotechnical Special Publication, 1997 n. 71, p. [d]560-573 How to Cite?
AbstractWhen a direct-current (dc) electric field is applied to a dilute clay suspension, negatively charged clay particles are moved toward the anode (positive electrode). This electrokinetic phenomenon is used to re-seal leaking geomembrane liners while they are in service. The basis of this innovative environmental protection technology and the results obtained from full-scale evaluation of the feasibility of the technology are presented in the paper. The significant reduction in leakage rate from a geomembrane lined surface impoundment caused by the formation clay cake at the leak indicates the technology is feasible.
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dc.contributor.authorYeung, Albert Ten_US
dc.contributor.authorDarilek, Glenn Ten_US
dc.contributor.authorCorapcioglu, MYavuzen_US
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dc.description.abstractWhen a direct-current (dc) electric field is applied to a dilute clay suspension, negatively charged clay particles are moved toward the anode (positive electrode). This electrokinetic phenomenon is used to re-seal leaking geomembrane liners while they are in service. The basis of this innovative environmental protection technology and the results obtained from full-scale evaluation of the feasibility of the technology are presented in the paper. The significant reduction in leakage rate from a geomembrane lined surface impoundment caused by the formation clay cake at the leak indicates the technology is feasible.en_US
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