Earth-Retaining Structures: Introduction to the Code of Practice

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Earth-Retaining Structures: Introduction to the Code of Practice

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Earth-Retaining Structures: Introduction to the Code of Practice
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Akroyd, T N W

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The Code of Practice for earth-retaining structures, BS8002, was published by the British Standards Institution in 1994, over 40 years after the first Code, CP2. This paper provides an overview of the new Code and a guide to its application. T.N.W. Akroyd

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