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1. In sand which contains particles in a variety of sizes, a process of [[compaction]] which can reduce the [[permeability]] of the sand.<br><br>
 
1. In sand which contains particles in a variety of sizes, a process of [[compaction]] which can reduce the [[permeability]] of the sand.<br><br>
http://www.rufford.com/images/SandGrainsInterpacking.jpg<br><br>
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Interpacking sand helps [[drainage]] problems.<br>
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http://iog.icampus.ac/vl/jscript/tiny_mce/plugins/imagemanager/files/QCF_Unit_332/332.4_drain.jpg<br><br>
Source: http://www.rufford.com/technical/tech15.htm<br><br>
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Sand Backfill should be of the correct particle size to prevent migration into the granular backfill. A narrow particle-size distribution is very important because like-sized particles do not inter-pack and result in good stable porosity in the soil.<br>
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Source: http://iog.icampus.ac/vl/read_chapter.php?learn_id=5896<br><br>

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1. In sand which contains particles in a variety of sizes, a process of compaction which can reduce the permeability of the sand.

332.4_drain.jpg

Sand Backfill should be of the correct particle size to prevent migration into the granular backfill. A narrow particle-size distribution is very important because like-sized particles do not inter-pack and result in good stable porosity in the soil.
Source: http://iog.icampus.ac/vl/read_chapter.php?learn_id=5896