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Belgium investigates the design for disposal of its high-level radioactive waste in two deep clay formations: the Boom clay at Mol, considered the reference host formation, and Ypresian clay at Kallo that is the alternative one. High suctions develop as a consequence of sample retrieval, which affect the hydro-mechanical response of these materials. The water retention properties of both clays, covering a wide suction range and using different complementary techniques, are presented and
CitationLima, A. [et al.]. Water retention properties of two deep belgian clay formations. A: European Conference on Unsaturated Soils. "Unsaturated Soils: Research and Aplications". Napoles: Springer, 2012, p. 179-184.
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