Design characteristics of pile foundations in soils prone to slump-type settlement based on building code 24.13330.2011 (In order of discussion)

Krutov, V.
September 2012
Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering;Sep2012, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p155
Academic Journal
The grounds for suggestions introduced to Building Code 24.13330.2011 are discussed; the need to account for positions taken in recent years, and also the expediency of a correction in the building code for several requirements of Construction Rule and Regulation 2.02.03-85 and Building Code 50-102-2003, which have not been entirely successful and proven, is noted.


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