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<p>Recent additions to the Brantford General Hospital expansion included construction of a new hospital wing, involving excavations of up to 11 metres (36 feet) depth, in loose to compact sand adjacent to an existing eight-storey hospital structure. The tendered ...
Reference: (2004) - Fifth International Conference on Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering
<p>In recent years, due to city development, excavation and building construction in the loose fill of the southside of Tabriz, Iran is inevitable. This paper presents a case study of stabilization of a 16m deep excavation in loose fill using soil nail wall ...
Reference: Proceedings of the 2nd World Congress on Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’17) Barcelona, Spain –April 2 –4, 2017
<p>Slope stability issue becomes one of the main problems in construction <br />industry due to nature of the topography and the weather conditions in Malaysia. Various of technique can be applied for slope strengthening. One of the effectiveness and economic ...
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<p>Soil nailing is an effective stabilizing method for slopes and excavations and has beenwidely used worldwide. It is a reinforcing method using the shear strength of in-situground and the pull-out resistance of soil nailing. Research on numerical schemes ...
Reference: Measurement 73 (2015) 341–351
<p>The paper focuses on the application of gabion structures in river control and particularly on transversal gabion weirs and spillways in flood storage projects. Storage has the general effect of attenuating the flood hydrograph, reducing its peak flow rate ...
Reference: 34th Dam days 2014
<p>The field performance of a geotechnical structures including its failure mechanism should be evaluated in detail before construction in order to minimize the possibility of potential failure. In this paper, the application of soil nailing system is documented ...
Reference: EJGE Vol. 18 [2013], Bund. Y
 
<p>The Designer shall consult with the Regional Geotechnical Engineer (RGE) as early as possible in the design phase to ensure adequate subsurface explorations are progressed to verify the feasibility of installing the soil nail wall system. Subsurface explorations ...
Reference: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING MANUAL GEM-21 Revision #3
 
<p>The intent of this chapter is to inform designers, and earth-retaining-system manufacturers and suppliers, of the procedures and responsibilities associated with the preparation of plans for an earth-retaining system.</p>
Reference: INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION—2013 DESIGN MANUAL
 
<p>The purpose of this manual is to provide the inspector and Engineer-In-Charge with a quick and easy-to-use set of inspection guidelines for the various aspects of tieback construction, including pre-installation inspection, installation, testing and trouble ...
Reference: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING MANUAL GEM-17 Revision #3
<p>In the following sections, we will first discuss basic considerations necessary for<br />calculating lateral earth pressure and then how to apply these pressures in developing the force. We will illustrate how the lateral forces are combined with vertical ...
Reference: PDHonline Course C155 (2 PDH)