Pavement loads support using Neoweb

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Pavement loads support using Neoweb

Pavement load support - Road 31, Israel

Pavement load support - Road 31, Israel

Pavement load support - Road 6, Israel

Pavement load support - Road 6, Israel

Ha'emek Railway project

Ha'emek Railway project

Cargo Terminal - Hadera Railway

Cargo Terminal - Hadera Railway

Load support - Nitzanim, Israel

Load support - Nitzanim, Israel

A temporary way -  Palmachim Beach

A temporary way - Palmachim Beach

Doubling the railway line - Akko-Nahariya Railway

Doubling the railway line - Akko-Nahariya Railway

Loads support -  The hotels' southern road, Eilat

Loads support - The hotels' southern road, Eilat

What is Neoweb?


Neoweb is a three-dimensional cellular confinement system in ahoneycombed structure. When filled with granular infill, a new composite geosynthetic entity is created from the complex interaction of cells, geometry and soil on three planes, ideal for soil confinement, stabilization and reinforcement solutions.

Why Neoweb?

Neoweb improves the performance of infill materials, while increasing the bearing capacity of structural pavement layers. Stiffness of the infill and cell is increased by the hoop stresses developed in the cell wall as well as by passive resistance from surrounding cells. Confinement prevents movement and shearing of soil infill under cyclic loading, maintains compaction and reduces aggregate attrition.

Advantages:

  • Reduces construction costs for paved and unpaved roads in weak soil
  • Increases soil modulus/bearing capacity
  • Reduces aggregate structural pavement and asphalt layer thickness
  • Retains cell wall stiffness for project lifespan
  • Maintains compaction by eliminating particle movement
  • Allows utilization of local, inferior and recycled materials for infill
  • Reduces long-term maintenance costs
  • Provides sustainable solutions with significant environmental benefits

Pavement loads support using a Cellular Confinement System (Neoweb®) – typical cross-section: