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Piled Waterfront Structures

  • Gregory P. Tsinker

Abstract

As discussed elsewhere in this text, the design of a dock structure is influenced by many factors; primarily those such as properties of the founding soils at the project site, required depth of water at the wharf face, intensity of surface loads resulting from cargo handling and hauling equipment, cargo storage requirements, and miscellaneous environmental loads.

Keywords

Pile Foundation Pile Head Sheet Pile Uplift Capacity Pile Shaft 
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