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Thread: Bumpers eliminate sand and sand encroachment prevent desertification.

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    Professor invented "Hammoud Hammad Badrani" solution to the problem of sand encroachment and desertification potential of this crawl repeated.

    Thought this Aalachteraa based on leveraging the power of wind natural to inflate and the expulsion of sand that accumulates normally on the roads, through Monument sheets rectangular on both sides of the road when passing sand dunes moving obliquely occasion, when blowing sandstorm These fenders intercept path winds and working to convert them from the usual horizontal direction to vertical direction almost 45 onto the asphalt in the process of blowing and the expulsion of grains of sand that normally accumulate on roads and railways to continue its progress rather than booked fence or landscaping.

    Bumpers sand consists of sheets of corrugated Alchenko prove in the ground or floating on the surface of the sand, and working bumpers moving sand does not impede vision in front of drivers.

    The length of the bumper per three to six meters high from meters to about two meters placed next to each other and separated by distances medium covered protection side of the bumper to continue its progress rather than booked and accumulation behind the fence making it a permanence to drain sand without difficulty.

    Fenders feature a radical solution to the problem of sand encroachment on roads and railways


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    I would suggest you find a better translator then the one you used. this post is nearly illegible.


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    Better but still very hard to understand.
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    What is "alchenko"?
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    Alhenko is kind of ceiling
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    what does the last half of the first sentence mean?
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    Please type the phrase you want to know
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    Well, the last part of the first sentence is "desertification potential of this crawl repeated"

    I guess this means that when the sand encroaches repeatedly, and crawls across the land, it turns the land into a desert.

    Can you post a picture of the sand fence? I am picturing something like a snow fence. The snow collects in a drift downwind of the fence.
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