Cripps A
Bibliographic info:
UK, Building and Environment, No 34, 1999, pp 735-740

The principal soil gases of current concern to building are radon and landfill gas. The flow of these is generally thought to be dominated by viscous flow driven by pressure differences. This paper compares analytical results presented in two previous papers, an experiment to measure the flow of gas in soil and an analytical result found by another technique. The results support the findings of the previous work.