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The Concrete Piling Panel
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This Panel of the Institution’s Concrete Sectional Committee was set up two years ago for the purpose of collecting and collating available information in regard to the sectional resistance of various strata, and the effect on existing formulae, and the carrying capacities of piles of varying design. The Panel has already submitted a Preliminary Report, which deals with the classification and investigation of strata, standardised driving test, and use of a rational pile-driving formula. In presenting this Report, however, it was explained that the Panel members desired to study further some systematic pile driving records, having found that previous records available hardly afforded the requisite information. To assist in the collection of the essential data, a Pile Record Sheet was prepared, which was published by the Institution in June last, a Journal notice being inserted inviting members to apply for copies for filling in particulars for furthering the Panel’s work.

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