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Pile-Driving Calculations with Notes on Driving Forces, and Ground Resistance


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Pile-Driving Calculations with Notes on Driving Forces, and Ground Resistance
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It is always desirable, at the commencement of piling a chosen site, to analyse the bearing values of the ground, and, from the data obtainable when driving or forcing the piles down to the required penetration, to be able to forecast the static test load which could be carried without settlement. A. Hiley

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