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FOUNDATION DETERIORATION AND CRACKINGFOUNDATION DETERIORATION AND CRACKINGINTRODUCTIONPrior chapters have presented a discussion of bearing capacity analyses, settlement analyses, foundations on expansive soil, slope stability, and retaining walls. The purpose of this chapter is to discuss foundation deterioration and cracking, as follows:1.Deterioration. All man-made and natural materials are susceptible to deterioration. In terms of deterioration, the National S…
Robert W. Day: Foundation Engineering Handbook: Design and Construction with the 2009 International
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