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Geotechnical Studies in Planning of Bridges

Geotechnical studies in the planning of bridges should provide the following Information:
  • The types of Rocks, Dips, Faults and Fissures
  • Subsoil Ground Water Level, Quality, Artesian Conditions if any 
  • Location and extent of soft layers 
  • Identification of hard bearing strata 
  • Physical properties of soil layers

planning of bridges
Figure 1. X-sec of crossing over the Seine via the Bir Hakeim bridge and the limestone quarries under Trocadéro(Paris)


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