Earth and Rock Excavation Technique for Construction of Hydraulic Structures in Regions of Permafrost

Excavation Below Water Table Using Frost Penetration

Influence of the Regional Geologic Setting on Site Geologic Features

Tiebacks Support Excavations Without Bracing
Tiebacks are used to support earth retaining walls in deep excavations without using internal bracing. Although more expensive than bracing to construct, tiebacks can result in overall...

Rock Strain Recovery - Factor in Foundation Design

Rock Squeeze Study of Two Deep Excavations at Niagara Falls

A Performance Standard for Foundations and Excavations
The only current U.S. standard for foundations and excavations is ANSI Standard A.56 which was adopted in 1952 and is now considered by the profession to be obsolete. The ASCE, sponsor...

Rock Excavation Seminar

Thermal-Mechanical Fragmentation of Hard Rock for Rapid Excavation

The Subterrene Rock-Melting Excavation Program

Subsurface Exploration for Underground Excavation and Heavy Construction
Proceedings of a Specialty Conference held at New England College, Hanniker, New Hampshire, August 11-16, 1974. Sponsored by the Engineering Foundation; the Office of the Secretary, U.S....

Underground Excavation: Geologic Problems and Exploration Methods

An Overview of Horizontal-Borehole Geophysical Techniques (Applicable in Subsurface Exploration for Underground Excavation and Heavy Construction)

Performance of Bracing for Deep Chicago Excavation

An Instrumented Tied-Back Deep Excavation

The Performance of a Subway Excavation

Performance of Braced Excavations in London Clay

Performance of a Braced Excavation in Granular and Cohesive Soils

Predicting Performance of Braced Excavations

Progressive Failure of Excavated Rock Slopes

 

 

 

 

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