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Proceedings of 13th Baltic Sea Geotechnical Conference
Various road embankment reinforcements on over a 2 to 4 meter thick peat deposit have been constructed in summer to autumn 2015 in the area of Kose-Võõbu in the northern part of Estonia. The test sections consist of five different reinforced road embankments: one layer of georeinforcement, two layers of georeinforcements, geocell mattress, light weight aggregate (LWA) and expanded polystyrene (EPS) light weight embankment structures with georeinforcement. An additional test section is a massdoi:10.3846/13bsgc.2016.046 fatcat:d4ym7vfuczdptb3gi2hkmnqofa