Geocells are three-dimensional cellular structures made of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) or other similar materials.
They consist of interconnected cells or chambers that are filled with soil, aggregate, or other infill materials.
Geocell design has significant advantages in soil stabilization, erosion control, and load support applications
- Material Selection
- Cell Configuration
- Panel Connection
- Cell Wall Height
Significance and Applications
- Soil Stabilization
- Erosion Control
- Load Support
- Channel Protection
- Green Infrastructure
- Construction and Temporary Access
It provides cost-effective and sustainable solutions for soil stabilization, erosion control, and load support.
Geocells offer benefits such as easy installation, reduced environmental impact, and long-term durability.
However, proper design and engineering considerations, including soil analysis and site-specific requirements, are essential for successful implementation.
It is recommended to consult with geotechnical engineers or professionals experienced in geocell design for specific project requirements.