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Underpinning and Foundation Work in Loose and Waterlogged Ground by Chemical Consolidation, Ground Water Lowering and Other Means

IN foundation work the problems involved are, the carrying capacity of the ground, the difficulties of reaching the chosen depths presented by the geological formations, possible disturbance by future work, and protection of adjacent shuctures during construction. H.J.B. Harding

Author(s): Harding, H J B