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Eugeniusz Koda, Tomasz Kołanka and Piotr Osiński

References [1] BRANDL H., Vertical barriers for municipal and hazardous waste containment , Proceedings Symposium on Developments in geotechnical Engineering, Bangkok, 1994, 301-334. [2] KODA E., STĘPIEŃ M., Application of Vertical Bentonite Barriers Surrounding Sanitary Landfills , 4th International Waste Forum „Systems of Waste Management”, Poznań-Piła, 2001, 1-12. [3] VERRUIJT A., KODA E., Analysis of Pollution Control by Finite Elements , Water Science and Technology Library (Vol. 12

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Eugeniusz Hotala and Rajmund Ignatowicz

], in which the stiffness K z of the ground was modelled in such a way as to obtain more and more vertical dents u z of the bottom plates with a full tank. The whole tank was made of steel with yield strength f y = 235 N/mm 2 . The numerical model was created from bar elements and shell elements. The tank structure has been mapped with 4 nodal shell elements, while maintaining alignment with the central surface of the coating. The density of finite elements (FEA) was determined on the basis of the so-called solution convergence analysis, and as a criterion, it

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Boda Ravi Kiran and Majeti Narasimha Vara Prasad

, Wang MH. Interaction of mycorrhizal fungi with Pteris vittata (As hyperaccumulator) in As-contaminated soils, Environ. Pollut., 2006, 139: 1-8. 26. Bhalerao SA. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: a potential biotechnological tool for phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils, Int. J. Sci. Nat., 2013, 4(1): 1-15. 27. Cabral L, Soares CRFS, Giachini AJ, Siqueira JO. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in phytoremediation of contaminated areas by trace elements: mechanisms and major benefits of their applications, World J. Microbiol