Gravity-Type Quay Walls

  • Gregory P. Tsinker

Abstract

By definition, gravity-type structures are those which rely primarily on their weight and grip on the foundations to resist any of the possible adverse load combinations.

Keywords

Foundation Soil Sheet Pile Soil Pressure Typical Cross Section Backfill Material 
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