volume 14, issue 3, P324-339 1977
DOI: 10.1139/t77-038
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Abstract: The stability of excavations adjacent to existing structures is an engineering problem and challenge. With the amount of construction increasing many such excavations are being planned and constructed. This paper documents the design, construction, and performance of a tied-back retaining system constructed by the slurry trench method. The system was necessary to retain the sides of a 30-ft (9.1-m) deep cut in glacial till immediately adjacent to the heavily loaded foundations of historically important and se…

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