A Case History of a Marine Terminal
The designer of a marine terminal, although dealing with structures in relatively shallow waters (usually less than 30 m), is frequently confronted with a series of challenging problems and difficulties which he has to resolve or overcome, and which have become even more challenging in the recent years when operating companies experience a continuous reduction in their construction investment budgets and a steady alarming increase in the cost of materials and labour.
KeywordsUnconfined Compression Strength Reef Zone Pilot Hole Tidal Excursion Pile Driving
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