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FLOATING ROADS ON PEAT

  • FLOATING ROADS ON PEAT - ROADEX Network

    FLOATING ROADS ON PEAT What is a floating road? A floating road on peat in its simplest form is a road that is constructed directly on top of the peat relying on the strength of the in-situ peat for its support. The road does not actually “float” on the peat rather an equilibrium

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  • Floating roads on peat Wind farms construction

    Jun 04, 2012 · Floating roads are a solution developed in Scotland during the construction of several Km of internal wind farms roads on very poor, organic materials such as peat. It is an interesting constructive technology, developed on a very compressible, decayed material normally considered as the worst possible subgrade for road construction.

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  • Scotland - ROADEX Network

    Jun 24, 2010 · FCE/SNH Floating Roads on Peat report. This report was prepared by Forestry Civil Engineering and Scottish Natural Heritage to provide a practical document for engineers, planning officials and consultants involved in wind farm developments on peat in Scotland.

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  • floating roads Wind farms construction

    Jun 04, 2012 · Floating roads are a solution developed in Scotland during the construction of several Km of internal wind farms roads on very poor, organic materials such as peat. It is an interesting constructive technology, developed on a very compressible, decayed material normally considered as the worst possible subgrade for road construction.

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  • 'Floating roads' for Scottish wind farm extension ...

    ‘Floating roads’ for Scottish wind farm extension August, 2015 A geosynthetic reinforcement system from NAUE has been used to construct and strengthen more than 13km of ‘floating’ access roads over deep peat at Black Law Wind Farm Extension Phase 1.

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  • NUMERICAL MODELLING OF PEAT BEHAVIOUR Farrell …

    behaviour of peat but further advances are required. • More longlong termterm fieldfield monitoringmonitoring isis requiredrequired toto feedfeed into the numerical modelling developments. • Given the prevalence of floating roads for windfarms, data on their performance, preferably with

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  • NUMERICAL MODELLING OF PEAT BEHAVIOUR Farrell …

    behaviour of peat but further advances are required. • More longlong termterm fieldfield monitoringmonitoring isis requiredrequired toto feedfeed into the numerical modelling developments. • Given the prevalence of floating roads for windfarms, data on their performance, preferably with

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  • Floating or elevated roads — Climate-ADAPT

    Floating roads are more flexible than bridges and can also be useful as a bypass in the event of road blockages by reasons other than flooding, e.g. due to roadwork on a bridge or road along a waterway. They might look like a traditional bridge construction but with floating supports instead of fixed ones or it might be a series of floating ...

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  • How to Make a “Floating Road” - foresternetwork

    Although the filter fabrics of Barrett’s days have changed, some of the same strategy is used. In areas of the United Kingdom where roads have to be built across peat-thick lands, or in Canada oil sands where roads are built over very soft, spongy soils, a strategy referred to as “floating roads” is sometimes used.

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  • Tracks across peatlands - iucn-uk-peatlandprogramme

    period of time for such floating roads to become sunken roads (page 4), which then act as drains on the surrounding bog habitat. The less material used to create the road initially, the slower the rate of subsidence, although this is also dependent on the nature of the peat and the traffic using

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  • Chat Moss - Wikipedia

    Chat Moss is a large area of peat bog that makes up 30 per cent of the City of Salford, in Greater Manchester, England. North of the Manchester Ship Canal and River Mersey, five miles (8 km) to the west of Manchester, it occupies an area of about 10.6 square miles (27.5 km 2).. As it might be recognised today, Chat Moss is thought to be about 7,000 years old, but peat development seems to …

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  • Geotechnical projects in Iceland - ecsmge-2019

    Floating road on peat and new bridge On the ring road between Hveragerdi and Selfoss,1d6, will during the years 2017 and 2018 be rebuilt 12.8 km, traffic on existing road was in 2014 about ADT 7000. Interesting project including new bridge and floating road on peat with variable depth from 2 – 8.5 m.

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  • Development on Peatland Guidance Waste

    used term for examining the site area and positioning structures and roads etc to avoid areas of peat, or into areas where peat depth is minimal). Employ construction techniques which minimise peat disturbance or removal e.g. piling techniques for turbine bases, floating roads etc. Re-use

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  • PPT – PRESENTATION ON FLOATING ROADS BY MARTIN …

    Title PRESENTATION ON FLOATING ROADS BY MARTIN HMENSA DEPARTMENT OF FEEDER ROADS, GHANA 1 PRESENTATION ON FLOATING ROADS BY MARTIN HMENSADEPARTMENT OF FEEDER ROADS, GHANA 2 OBJECTIVE. To share the successful results of constructing roads on peat with sand and gravel in Ghana. 3 BACKGROUND. Request for access road to a fishing community at …

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  • The green energy scheme that is tearing island community ...

    Aug 24, 2019 · The risk of peatslides is just one of the concerns held by local meteorologist and geologist Allen Fraser. He said “Most of the access roads are floating roads on peat more than five metres deep, which will disrupt the natural drainage into the valleys, resulting in erosion and peatslides.

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  • Floating Roads for Scottish Windfarm Extension - naue

    A geosynthetic reinforcement system from NAUE has been used to construct and strengthen more than 13km of ‘floating’ access roads over deep peat at Black Law Windfarm Extension Phase 1, Scotland. Built on a redundant opencast coal mine, which had been restored to shallow wetlands and forestry, the vast majority of the Black Law site is ...

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  • Proposed electricity generation developments peat ...

    Apr 26, 2017 · Scottish Natural Heritage and Forestry Commission Scotland (2010) Floating Roads on Peat - A Report into Good Practice in Design, Construction and Use of Floating Roads on Peat with particular reference to Wind Farm Developments in Scotland, 82p.

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  • Calculating carbon savings from wind farms on Scottish ...

    Jun 27, 2008 · Before floating roads can be considered to be undrained, the guidance should require evidence that the risks of the requirement for drainage are low. Reference should be made to the SNH best practice guidance for floating roads (plus web-link). A bond payment is established at planning stage for restoration of the site. This is reviewed every 5 ...

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  • GUIDANCE ON THE ASSESSMENT OF PEAT VOLUMES, …

    GUIDANCE ON THE ASSESSMENT OF PEAT VOLUMES, REUSE OF EXCAVATED PEAT AND THE MINIMISATION OF WASTE 1 A joint publication by Scottish Renewables Scottish Environment Protection Agency Version 1, January 2012 ... practice during windfarm construction’ and ‘Floating Roads on Peat’.

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  • The green energy debate are wind farms really worth it ...

    Aug 25, 2019 · In 2002, in Galway, around 2km of peat slid off the hillside and travelled for 20km down the river system narrowly missing buildings. Both SSE and Scottish Power build ‘floating roads’ at their sites to minimise damage to the peat, but this may have little to no benefit.

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