TECHNOLOGY OF SUBMERSION AND INJECTION OF A CYLINDRICAL REINFORCED CONCRETE PILING,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Experimental submersion is described of a cylindrical reinforced concrete piling designed by the TsNIIS, 10 sections were made 6 m in length for five 12-m rabbets, with external diameter of 1.55 m, weighing 95 m each. The rabbets were submerged to an experimental section, located on the shore. The ground, into which the piling was sunk, is characterized by the following properties angle of natural slope of dry sand 34--37 degrees and wet -- 31--33 degrees volume weight of sand 1.49--1.60 gcm. The granulometric composition of the sand is given in the table. The Horizon mark of the ground waters is 6.5--7m. Submersion of the rabbets is accomplished in four stages.