Multidisciplinary study of clogging of leachate drains

R. K. Rowe, I. R. Fleming, Bruce Rittmann, F. J. Longstaffe, D. R. Cullimore, R. McIsaac, P. Bennett, A. J. Cooke, M. D. Armstrong, J. VanGulck

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Abstract

The study had four key components: (1) A laboratory study of the effects of the mass loading, temperature, size and shape of particles in the granular media, and filter material between the waste and the granular material on clogging; (2) A field investigation of portions of the leachate collection system at the Keele Valley Landfill that was carried out alongside an examination of the suitability of dolomilic limestone for use in leachate collection systems; (3) The development of a model for interpreting the results of the laboratory tests; and (4) The integration of concepts and data from these investigations to develop a practical engineering technique for estimating the service life of leachate collection systems. The findings are summarised.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
EditorsD. McTavish, G. Knights, F.M. Bartlett, R.K. Rowe, S. Easa
Pages124
Number of pages1
StatePublished - 2000
Externally publishedYes
Event2000 Annual Conference - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering - London, Ont., Canada
Duration: Jun 7 2000Jun 10 2000

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Other2000 Annual Conference - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
CountryCanada
CityLondon, Ont.
Period6/7/006/10/00

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Granular materials
Land fill
Limestone
Service life
Temperature

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  • Engineering(all)

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Rowe, R. K., Fleming, I. R., Rittmann, B., Longstaffe, F. J., Cullimore, D. R., McIsaac, R., ... VanGulck, J. (2000). Multidisciplinary study of clogging of leachate drains. In D. McTavish, G. Knights, F. M. Bartlett, R. K. Rowe, & S. Easa (Eds.), 2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (pp. 124)

Multidisciplinary study of clogging of leachate drains. / Rowe, R. K.; Fleming, I. R.; Rittmann, Bruce; Longstaffe, F. J.; Cullimore, D. R.; McIsaac, R.; Bennett, P.; Cooke, A. J.; Armstrong, M. D.; VanGulck, J.

2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. ed. / D. McTavish; G. Knights; F.M. Bartlett; R.K. Rowe; S. Easa. 2000. p. 124.

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Rowe, RK, Fleming, IR, Rittmann, B, Longstaffe, FJ, Cullimore, DR, McIsaac, R, Bennett, P, Cooke, AJ, Armstrong, MD & VanGulck, J 2000, Multidisciplinary study of clogging of leachate drains. in D McTavish, G Knights, FM Bartlett, RK Rowe & S Easa (eds), 2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. pp. 124, 2000 Annual Conference - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, London, Ont., Canada, 6/7/00.
Rowe RK, Fleming IR, Rittmann B, Longstaffe FJ, Cullimore DR, McIsaac R et al. Multidisciplinary study of clogging of leachate drains. In McTavish D, Knights G, Bartlett FM, Rowe RK, Easa S, editors, 2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. 2000. p. 124
Rowe, R. K. ; Fleming, I. R. ; Rittmann, Bruce ; Longstaffe, F. J. ; Cullimore, D. R. ; McIsaac, R. ; Bennett, P. ; Cooke, A. J. ; Armstrong, M. D. ; VanGulck, J. / Multidisciplinary study of clogging of leachate drains. 2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. editor / D. McTavish ; G. Knights ; F.M. Bartlett ; R.K. Rowe ; S. Easa. 2000. pp. 124
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