Soil Nailing: A Practical Guide (Applied Geotechnics)

 

Authors

Raymond Cheung and Ken Ho

 

Info

“Soil Nailing:A Practical Guide” provides a general treatment of the subject of soil nailing, which consolidates the experience and advances made in the development and use of the technique.

. this practical ruide presents the basic principles of the technique as well as state-of-the-art knowledge and recommended standard of good practice in respect of design, construction, monitoring, and maintenance of soil nailed structures.

Although the book covers a certain amount of theoretical subjects in some depth, the main focus is on the practical aspects which encourages a wider adoption of the technique by practitioners.

 

This Book is Written for

“Soil Nailing: A Practical Guide” is not exhaustive and is intended for use by postgraduate students, researchers, and practicing civil and geotechnical engineers, who wish to have a more in-depth and fundamental understanding of the theory and practice behind the technique.

 

Content

1.Introduction
2.Fundamentals and Concents
3.Site Investigation
4.Design and Analysis
5.Durability
6. Pullout Resistance
7.Construction
8.Monitoring and Maintenance
9.International Standards of Good Practice

 

Print Length

354 Pages

 

Publisher

CRC Press

 

Dimensions

15.88 x 23.5 cm

 

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