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The Limitations of Soil Mechanics as Applied to Foundations

The science of soil mechanics has two distinct branches: (I). The analysis, control and treatment of soils which are to be used as constructional materials. (II). The investigation of the properties and behaviour of the soil in its natural position in the ground. Gower B.R. Pimm

Author(s): Pimm, Gower B R

Keywords: soil mechanics;uses;reviews