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Correspondence on The Static Penetration Test and the Ultimate Resistances of Driven Piles in Fine-g
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Any paper which encourages the adoption of better methods in routine site investigations is to be welcomed, and Mr. Thorburn should be congratulated for drawing attention to the use of the static penetration test in the design of driven piles. J. Billam

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