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PUB C637 Soil nailing - best practice guidance
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Voodooll This research was conducted primarily at the University of Davis by Bang et al. Creep displacements and the force distribution changes in the nails caused by creep effects were observed. Soil crack generation may occur more than once, resulting in several sudden decrease-increase changes as shown in Figures 5. Soil nailing has been found to be the most cost-effective method for larger projects that require considerable excavation using conventional methods FHWA As introduced in Section 3.
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