Gabriella Varga

Gabriella Varga
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Geotechnics


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Coefficient of permeability is known as the most variable soil property Its value can vary over an order of magnitude even in case of relatively homogenous layers. So determining this value is a complicated, complex engineering task. There is a vast number of laboratory and in situ tests to determine the permeability coefficient. Each method has it...
In waste management, recent global practices are shifting the attention toward utilization of landfill gas generation and the deployment of bioreactors. This puts emphasis on the internal processes of bioreactor landfill and the analysis of slope stability of such landfills. We examined bioreactor landfills stability with respect to degradation. Ou...
Today's technology makes it possible to easily compute slope stability using computer software but the accuracy of the results is questionable. In this paper we compare how the application of three different models influences the results in case of different types of soil using the results of laboratory tests from several parts of Hungary. From the...