Parameters of Biaxial Geogrid

Biaxial geogrid is a widely used geomaterial in engineering, it has excellent tensile strength and flexural properties, can stabilize the soil body, and allow the free flow of soil and water. The parameters of biaxial geogrids vary in different application scenarios. Below we describe the parameters of biaxial geogrids and their function in detail.

  1. Dimensional parameters of biaxial geogrids

    The dimensional parameters of biaxial geogrid usually include length, width and so on. In engineering design, the size parameters of biaxial geogrid need to be determined according to the actual engineering requirements and soil conditions. Generally speaking, the length of biaxial geogrid can be cut according to the need, and the width usually ranges from 2m to 6m. Reasonable size parameters can effectively improve the service life and stability of biaxial geogrid.

  1. Aperture parameters of biaxial geogrids

   The pore size of biaxial geogrid is an important parameter that affects its filtration performance and soil retention capacity. Generally speaking, the aperture of biaxial geogrid is usually between 10mm and 50mm, and the aperture size within this range can effectively filter the particles in the soil while maintaining the stability of the soil. If the pore size is too small, it may lead to a decrease in the drainage performance of the soil; while a pore size that is too large will not effectively stop soil erosion. When determining the pore size parameters of biaxial geogrid, the nature of the soil and engineering requirements need to be fully considered.

  1. Tensile strength parameters of biaxial geogrids

The tensile strength of a biaxial geogrid is one of its most important parameters, usually used to measure its ability to withstand tensile forces. In geotechnical engineering, biaxial geogrids need to withstand a variety of different directions of tensile force, and tensile strength can effectively ensure its stability and safety. Generally speaking, the tensile strength of biaxial geogrid is usually between 20kN/m and 200kN/m. Different engineering application scenarios require the selection of different tensile strength parameters to ensure that the biaxial geogrid is able to withstand the corresponding tensile force without damage.