Conditions for Pipe Cavity Self-cleaning from Soil when Laying Underground Utility Systems
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Two approaches are set forth to explain the sense of the process of soil core self-discharging from a pipe under the action of impact load generating anomalously low friction and oncoming pressure on the core. Some objects are stated for further experimental investigations.
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