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Comparison of Geotextiles by Aeration Vacuum Rapid Dewatering Technique on Dredged Sludge
Author NameAffiliationE-mail
Yuan Zhou Key Laboratory of Ministry of Education for Geomechanics and Embankment Engineering,Hohai University,Nanjing 
Jie Bian Key Laboratory of Ministry of Education for Geomechanics and Embankment Engineering,Hohai University,Nanjing  
Hui Tao Shanghai Municipal Engineering Design Institute Set Co,Ltd Shanghai  
Jingming Xu College of Mathematics,Physics and Information Engineering,Anhui Science and Technology University,Chuzhou  
In order to accelerate the consolidation of the dredged sludge and look for an effective material for mud-water separation, the study on the comparison of geotextiles is carried on. It is based on the laboratory model test of aeration vacuum rapid mud-water separating (AVMWS) technique and evaluated by the cumulative weight of pumping water, the decrease of moisture content and the stable pumping speed. The results show that woven fabric is the best anti-clogging aeration vacuum material, followed by machine-woven fabric and non-woven fabric is the worst. The analysis has been proposed from two aspects of geotextile weaving technology and aeration vacuum condition.
Key words:  aeration vacuum  geotextile  mud-water separation  comparison
Clc Number:TP391.7