volume 9, issue 1, P89-104 1972
DOI: 10.1139/t72-007
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Abstract: A number of uplift tests have been conducted on anchors proposed for use to support high voltage transmission line towers both for the conventional four legged structure and for the guyed-type structure with a single central footing. Tests were carried out at seven sites, six in the Toronto-Barrie Area and one at Thunder Bay, Ontario. The soil conditions included very dense till, soft clay up to 130 ft (39.62 m) in depth, dense sand and gravel and loose to compact silty sand. The test installations included b…

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