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Sheet-Pile Bulkheads

  • Gregory P. Tsinker

Abstract

Sheet-pile bulkheads are frequently used in marine engineering. These structures have proven to be a viable and economical solution to waterfront construction, where the wall height does not exceed 18–20 m and the foundation soil permits pile-driving. These walls are usually treated as flexible and are normally distinguished by the material of sheet piles (e.g., wood, steel, or concrete), method of sheet-pile support, and sequence of wall construction.

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Earth Pressure Pile Head Sheet Pile Soil Pressure Anchor System 
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