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Determine the total thrust and the point of its appliction for a retaining wall having height of 6 m ,unit weight of soil(backfill) is 20kn/m^2. Angle of internal friction is 16° .The top of soil is kevel with the top of wall horizonal. If the soil carries a udl of 4.5 kn/m^2.Earth Structureshttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/3819/total-active-thrustTue, 11 Apr 2017 03:20:00 +0000what is the standard procedure for doing a project on soil stabilization?
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Soil stabilization using plasticGeotechnical Engg.http://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/3793/what-standard-procedure-doing-project-soil-stabilizationSun, 22 Jan 2017 18:10:28 +0000Stability of Railway Embankment
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In the case of undrained shear strength analyze with a new embankment, do I need to consider the parameters of "undrained shear strength increase with ground level" and "the strength increase under embakment" ?<br />
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How about in the case of an old embankment, with both using undrained shear strength and effective stress parameters?<br />
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Thank you very much!Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/3750/stability-of-railway-embankmentThu, 06 Oct 2016 04:14:14 +0000What criteria is adopted to fix the surcharge in finding the maximum Relative Density using vibratory table method?
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Why, it is to be adopted the surcharge of 13.8 +/- 0.2 kPa for determining maximum relative density in vibratory table method as per ASTM D4253.18113? Can we increase this surcharge? What basis it is decided?Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/3741/criteria-adopted-surcharge-finding-relative-density-vibratoryWed, 14 Sep 2016 04:48:12 +0000Is there any recommended/suggested/required penetration rate for a miniature cone penetrometer? A 20mm/s is for a standard size of cone penetrometer, what about for miniature one?
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miniature cone penetrometer. 10mm in diameterFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/3623/recommended-penetration-penetrometer-penetrometer-miniatureTue, 26 Jul 2016 00:33:27 +0000Residual vs Peak shear strength
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Hey guys, my question is:<br />
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Should you use the residual shear strength or the peak shear strength to calculate the total shearing resistance of the soil when failure takes place along an assumed failure surface?<br />
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I would assume it would depend on the amount of deformation of the soil. If failure is just taking place I'm guessing the soil has probably not deformed enough for it to reach residual strength, in which case it would be best to use peak strength? <br />
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However, I'm guessing using residual strength is more conservative?<br />
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Thanks!Earth Structureshttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/3600/residual-vs-peak-shear-strengthFri, 13 May 2016 10:00:06 +0000Lift design for geotechnical engineering.
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I need to propose a way of building a lift well, and I need to ensure that I achieve Geotech stability, both during and after construction. This means telling the structural engineer what he needs to achieve in the structural detailing (eg, the loads he has to design for, expected structural actions and what assumptions you have made.<br />
Are there any resources for this or how to attack this in a specification?<br />
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Cheers,<br />
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rockerockGeotechnical Engg.http://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/3516/lift-design-for-geotechnical-engineeringSun, 11 Oct 2015 02:16:47 +0000Answered: analytical solution to lateral load capacity of piles in clay
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AllPile is a Windows-based analysis program that handles virtually all types of piles. <a href="http://www.cesdb.com/allpile.html" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www.cesdb.com/allpile.html</a>Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1448/analytical-solution-to-lateral-load-capacity-of-piles-clay?show=3375#a3375Thu, 17 Sep 2015 08:10:58 +0000Answered: What is the difference between absorption & adsorption and sorption?
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Sorption :-the process in which one substance takes up or holds another (by either absorption or adsorption)<br />
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Absorption:-is a condition in which one substance take in another substance(volume)<br />
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Adsorption:- condition in which one substance take on surfaceFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1679/what-the-difference-between-absorption-adsorption-sorption?show=3283#a3283Wed, 16 Sep 2015 04:41:56 +0000Answered: what is the Pile foundation
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Pile is a concrete structure just like the column(above the ground) which is inside the ground.It is used in the foundation to make the structure stable in the areas of weak soil.Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1920/what-is-the-pile-foundation?show=3281#a3281Wed, 16 Sep 2015 04:40:52 +0000Answered: what are the diffrent types of foundations?
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types of foundation:<br />
mat foundation<br />
pile foundation<br />
well foundation<br />
open foundationFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/2274/what-are-the-diffrent-types-of-foundations?show=3255#a3255Wed, 16 Sep 2015 04:05:58 +0000Answered: what is geotechnical
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It is focus on the behaviour of earth materials like soil, rocks, groundwater.Geotechnical Engg.http://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/2145/what-is-geotechnical?show=3182#a3182Tue, 15 Sep 2015 03:28:42 +0000Answered: define the term foundation
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Foundation is basic of ground work of anything which something is stand or is supported. Or<br />
is the lowest load bearing part of a biulding typically below the ground.<br />
Or a body of ground or are over loadedFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/2121/define-the-term-foundation?show=3177#a3177Tue, 15 Sep 2015 03:25:34 +0000Answered: how the foundations are possible in water bodies
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Usually water is diverted, if possible or if water diversion is not possible then rapid hardening concrete is used under water which has very less setting time and hardens rapidly.Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/2100/how-the-foundations-are-possible-in-water-bodies?show=3116#a3116Fri, 11 Sep 2015 05:06:05 +0000Answered: What is difference between column and pier?
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Pier : It is constructed to the wall and some intervals to give support to the wall Column:It is constructed between the walls(corner of walls) to take the buckling effect....usually it is concrete structureFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1965/what-is-difference-between-column-and-pier?show=3060#a3060Thu, 10 Sep 2015 08:49:08 +0000Answered: what are the depth of foundation
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you need to decide about the required strength for the foundation for the structure to be built on then you need to decide the type of foundation to use on that you find the required bearing capacity then you find at what depth you get that bearing capacity at your site this is the minimum depth for the foundation required you may be required to go at more depth for many other resons.Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1605/what-are-the-depth-of-foundation?show=2937#a2937Wed, 09 Sep 2015 08:52:22 +0000Answered: How many bore holes for determine the characteristic of soil is required in a 3 x 150MW power plant?
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The number of bore holes required for any hydro power project depend upon the geology and natural topography of the area. for example near the intake at least 3 or 4 bore holes are required up to the specified depth.<br />
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However if the geology of the area is varying allot then more number of bore holes will be required to investigate the soil properties.Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/548/holes-determine-characteristic-required-150mw-power-plant?show=2675#a2675Mon, 07 Sep 2015 04:40:18 +0000Answered: What does GIS stand for?
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GIS means Global Information SystemGeotechnical Engg.http://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/51/what-does-gis-stand-for?show=2620#a2620Fri, 04 Sep 2015 07:26:16 +0000Answered: Which type of foundation are commonly used?
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<p>All the type of foundations are used, commonly:</p><ol><li><p>Pad foundations</p></li><li><p>Combined footings</p></li><li><p>Strip footings</p></li><li><p>Raft foundations</p></li><li><p>Pile foundations</p></li></ol><p>Foundations type mention above are commonly used in construction field.</p><p>If there are one to two 4 story buildings then pad footings common</p><p>If there is week soil and more than five stories pile foundation common</p><p>My site</p><p><a href="http://eurocode-2.blogspot.com/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://eurocode-2.blogspot.com/</a></p>Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/466/which-type-of-foundation-are-commonly-used?show=2503#a2503Wed, 02 Sep 2015 05:21:55 +0000Answered: What type of footing is more durable and economical?
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<p>The type of Footing that is economical and durable depends upon the conditions where it is to be built. <strong>Like</strong> if a footing is to be constructed in an are where soil is too <strong>loose</strong>, so piles foundation may be more durable but not that economical. Similarly, if in the same conditions even piles <strong>cannot</strong> be installed due to hard strata being far below the reach than <strong>Matt footing </strong>will be durable but not economical.</p><p>So for a footing to be durable and economical, you have to find out the <strong>conditions of site</strong>, the <strong>options</strong> and<strong> alternatives available</strong> and then you have to choose the most durable and economical from the available options.</p><p><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.aboutcivil.com/geo-technical-foundation-engineering.html">GeoTechnical & Foundation Engineering</a></p>Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/338/what-type-of-footing-is-more-durable-and-economical?show=2444#a2444Tue, 01 Sep 2015 05:56:03 +0000Answered: What is the purpose of shear force and bending moment diagram?
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<p> Answer to: Uses of Shear Force and bending Moment Diagram<br>Purpose of Shear Force and bending Moment Diagram</p><ol><li>We can use a shear force diagram to analyze the beam</li><li>The shear force diagram indicates the shear force resisted by the beam section along the length of the beam.</li><li>The bending moment diagram indicates the bending moment resisted by the beam section along the length of the beam.</li><li>Shear and bending moment diagrams are analytical tools used in conjunction with structural analysis to help perform structural design by determining the value of shear force and bending moment at a given point of an element.</li><li>Using these diagrams the type and size of a member of a given material can be easily determined. </li><li>Another application of shear and moment diagrams is that the deflection can be easily determined using either the moment area method or the conjugate beam method.</li></ol><p>For more info on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.enggpedia.com/civil-engineering-encyclopedia/articles/1592-simply-supported-udl-beam-formulas">Shear Force & bending Moment diagrams & SFD BMD Formula</a></p><p> </p>Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/339/what-is-the-purpose-of-shear-force-and-bending-moment-diagram?show=2443#a2443Tue, 01 Sep 2015 05:52:16 +0000Answered: How to design matt foundation?
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<p>How to Design Matt Foundation: Answer<br>There are many methods out there for the design of matt or raft foundation.</p><ol><li>First of all you should have idea or an assessment of how much thicknesses and other dimensions are required.</li><li>Designers usually rely on strip method i.e. take a strip of unit width along the length of the mat and analyze it as a combined footing.</li><li>This method is not very accurate and uses many approximation. But this will give you good idea for initial estimation say for further analysis, quick check and cost estimation purposes.</li><li>Finite element method may be best for detailed analysis because of readily available software for exact designs. There are some other methods also available e.g. ACI committee 336 proposed approximate flexible method, Finite difference method and finite grid method.</li></ol><p>Optimum design of mat foundation thickness based on type of soil, maximum allowable settlement, differential settlement, soil bearing capacity and recommendation of American Concrete Institute "ACI" can be obtained by using developed curves and charts.<br>Softwares that may be used to Design Matt Foundation are:</p><ol><li>ADAPT-MAT Foundation Design Software</li><li>Structure Point Matt Software</li><li>RISA Foundation design Software</li></ol><p>For more info:<br><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.aboutcivil.com/geo-technical-foundation-engineering.html">Geotechnical & Foundation Engineering</a> | <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.aboutcivil.com/soil-mechanics.html">Soil Mechanics</a> | <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.aboutcivil.com/geotechnical-foundation-engineering-books.html">Geotechnical Books</a></p><p> </p>Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/332/how-to-design-matt-foundation?show=2436#a2436Tue, 01 Sep 2015 04:45:03 +0000Answered: What is the difference between soil nailing and reinforced earth?
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A soil nailed wall will have been built downward with the soil being reinforced in situ, while a Reinforced Earth wall is constructed by building an embankment that is then strengthened as the work progresses.Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/202/what-the-difference-between-soil-nailing-reinforced-earth?show=2341#a2341Wed, 26 Aug 2015 09:09:56 +0000Answered: How to do soil nailing? Method of performing soil nailing?
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A mass of reinforced soil is gradually built up while working from the top to downward. In order to keep the soil from caving in between the bars, some sort of facing needs to be installed. This is generally made with some shotcrete reinforced by a welded wire mesh. This facing can be vertical, battered to a wide variety of angles, or made up of a series of benches.<br />
The passive bars are often referred to as "nails" and the soil reinforcing technique is known as "soil nailing."Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/201/how-to-do-soil-nailing-method-of-performing-soil-nailing?show=2340#a2340Wed, 26 Aug 2015 09:08:47 +0000can you explain the newmark's chart for stress distribution?
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can you explain the newmark's chart for stress distribution?Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/2236/can-you-explain-the-newmarks-chart-for-stress-distributionFri, 21 Aug 2015 04:22:48 +0000whats is the purpose of hook of foundation footings in a 2 story house?
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whats is the purpose of hook of foundation footings in a 2 story house?Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/2138/whats-is-the-purpose-of-hook-foundation-footings-story-houseThu, 20 Aug 2015 07:22:29 +0000Do you know of any references for the expected post compaction settlement of compacted fills placed to substantial depth.
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Do you know of any references for the expected post compaction settlement of compacted fills placed to substantial depth.Earth Structureshttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/2085/references-compaction-settlement-compacted-substantialThu, 20 Aug 2015 04:35:40 +0000settlement of deep compacted fills
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settlement of deep compacted fillsFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/2084/settlement-of-deep-compacted-fillsThu, 20 Aug 2015 04:34:40 +0000What is minimizing settlement
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What is minimizing settlementFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1959/what-is-minimizing-settlementMon, 17 Aug 2015 09:00:22 +0000Build a whole facility on gravel instead of concrete or cement.
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I am going to build an oily water treatment facility on gravel. There will be 500 bbl horizontal tanks, a centrifuge skids and some other skids. We selected the equipment according to how well the loads are spread on the surface. <br />
Our cross section will be: a plastic geoliner, a geotextile, sand, limestone and crushed sand, on top of that there will be a plastic berm with 2-5'' walls, and individual berms for around each tanks and skid. My problem with the berms is that they can get slippery when it rains. DO you know any best configuration than that??? I'm desperate with this case :(Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1956/build-whole-facility-on-gravel-instead-of-concrete-or-cementMon, 17 Aug 2015 08:58:59 +0000How would the effect of compression reinforcement be measured in RC raft foundation? Suggest method of analysis?
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How would the effect of compression reinforcement be measured in RC raft foundation? Suggest method of analysis?Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1857/compression-reinforcement-measured-foundation-analysisWed, 12 Aug 2015 04:22:48 +0000calculation for annular raft foundation
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design method for annular foundation calculation for annular raft foundationFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1839/calculation-for-annular-raft-foundationWed, 12 Aug 2015 04:11:21 +0000what is isolated foundation
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Describe isolated foundationFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1828/what-is-isolated-foundationWed, 12 Aug 2015 04:03:49 +0000Can an RC plinth foundation supported by piles deflect at a specific area, with no crack sign on the surface ?
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6500mmx12000x1000mm thick reinforced concrete plinth with embedded I beam x2 supported by piles(875mm apart) beneath plinth; plinth is 20mm seal joint apart with surrounding area. area surround where I beam254x254x73kg/mUC deflection inside plinth=deflection also outside plinth AROUND the 20mm seal joint =5 arc second, why?what are the possibilities? Other places INSIDE plinth, deflection=0 or 1arc second ??; loading =20-30 tonne. Outside plinth less piles density.<br />
Loading along I beam axis. How to prevent deflection? measurement taken from niveltronic 0.01mm/m, Can licensed surveyor confirm this? What are the possible solutions? aren't all readings the same?why is there variation on the same plane( plinth)???Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1795/plinth-foundation-supported-piles-deflect-specific-surfaceTue, 11 Aug 2015 07:33:28 +0000what is the minimum dia of reinforcement used for pile foundation for bridge?
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what is the minimum dia of reinforcement used for pile foundation for bridge?Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1765/what-the-minimum-reinforcement-used-pile-foundation-bridgeTue, 11 Aug 2015 05:42:38 +0000what is foundation beam and tie beam?
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what is foundation beam and tie beam?Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1710/what-is-foundation-beam-and-tie-beamMon, 10 Aug 2015 03:45:45 +0000what is the soil bearing capacity of Hyderabad, India?
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what is the soil bearing capacity of Hyderabad, India?Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1695/what-is-the-soil-bearing-capacity-of-hyderabad-indiaMon, 10 Aug 2015 03:15:28 +00001 way shear in each column over a footing?
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4 rectangular columns carrying a big tank of a load 1000, directly over the footing.<br />
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it is like...<br />
4 legs are like at 2 p.m, 4 p.m, 8 pm and 10 o clock position on a rectangular clock(footing)<br />
Each column has now load/4= 250<br />
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footing is designed for full load 1000.<br />
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Now the issue is about 1 way shear.<br />
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all column are rectangular but aligned inclined with respect to any side of footing!!!<br />
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If i consider section at 'd' from face of column,<br />
the punching shear area b0 X D is all different.<br />
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Give me some idea of how to deal with this 1 way shear??pls:)Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1573/1-way-shear-in-each-column-over-a-footingThu, 06 Aug 2015 09:39:20 +0000What is the difference between sand and soil?
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What is the difference between sand and soil?Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1496/what-is-the-difference-between-sand-and-soilWed, 05 Aug 2015 05:01:10 +0000Setting-out is a reverse operation in surveying. Discuss!
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Setting-out is a reverse operation in surveying. Discuss!Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1450/setting-out-is-a-reverse-operation-in-surveying-discussTue, 04 Aug 2015 08:02:18 +0000whether meyerhof's method to find the lateral load carrying capacity of piles applicable to clay
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whether meyerhof's method to find the lateral load carrying capacity of piles applicable to clayFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1449/whether-meyerhofs-method-lateral-carrying-capacity-applicableTue, 04 Aug 2015 08:00:38 +0000explanation of how making foundations under water is made possible.
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explanation of how making foundations under water is made possible.Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1351/explanation-making-foundations-under-water-made-possibleMon, 03 Aug 2015 09:02:19 +0000pls the diagram ten types of foundation?
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ten types of foundations and their diagramFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1244/pls-the-diagram-ten-types-of-foundationFri, 31 Jul 2015 08:54:23 +0000what is the deflection pattern of soil nailing and reinforced earth wall
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what is the deflection pattern of soil nailing and reinforced earth wallFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1133/what-deflection-pattern-soil-nailing-reinforced-earth-wallThu, 30 Jul 2015 08:44:46 +0000I'm making a research based on secondary sources about bore pile
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but the unique thing is the bore pile using only half reinforcement for each pile (the other half space below filled with usual normal concrete mixture) e.g: the depth is 30m, but the reinforcement only 15m length and the other 15m filled with concrete without reinforcement.<br />
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how do anyone suggest it? what can i include in my report to differ the normal bore pile with this half reinforcement bore pile? i mean with clear differences.Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/1114/im-making-research-based-secondary-sources-about-bore-pileThu, 30 Jul 2015 07:24:02 +0000what are the Advantages and disadvantages of GIS?
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what are the Advantages and disadvantages of GIS?Geotechnical Engg.http://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/940/what-are-the-advantages-and-disadvantages-of-gisWed, 29 Jul 2015 03:50:37 +0000drained and undrained behaviour of clay and sand
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drained and undrained behaviour of clay and sandFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/841/drained-and-undrained-behaviour-of-clay-and-sandTue, 28 Jul 2015 03:52:06 +0000what is the foundation for 18 feet wide x 25 feet long concrete building 4 story high?
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what is the foundation for 18 feet wide x 25 feet long concrete building 4 story high?Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/822/what-foundation-wide-feet-long-concrete-building-story-highMon, 27 Jul 2015 09:16:53 +0000can you tell me how to design a foundation for circular water tank.
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can you tell me how to design a foundation for circular water tank.Foundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/788/can-you-tell-me-how-design-foundation-for-circular-water-tankMon, 27 Jul 2015 08:42:13 +0000how i can calculate the foundation of clay area
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how i can calculate the foundation of clay areaFoundation Engineeringhttp://www.aboutcivil.org/answers/738/how-i-can-calculate-the-foundation-of-clay-areaMon, 27 Jul 2015 05:20:50 +0000