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245 00 Structural foundation designers' manual /|cW.G. Curtin 
       [and others]. 
250    Second edition /|brevised by N.J. Seward. 
264  1 Oxford ;|aMalden, MA :|bBlackwell Pub.,|c2006. 
300    1 online resource (xviii, 370 pages) :|billustrations, 
       maps 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Preface; Preface to First Edition; The Book's Structure 
       and What It Is About; Acknowledgements; Authors' 
       Biographies; Notation; PART 1:APPROACH AND FIRST 
       CONSIDERATIONS; 1 Principles of Foundation Design; 1.1 
       Introduction; 1.2 Foundation safety criteria; 1.3 Bearing 
       capacity; 1.3.1 Introduction; 1.3.2 Bearing capacity; 
       1.3.3 Presumed bearing value; 1.3.4 Allowable bearing 
       pressure; 1.3.5 Non-vertical loading; 1.4 Settlement; 1.5 
       Limit state philosophy; 1.5.1 Working stress design; 1.5.2
       Limit state design; 1.6 Interaction of superstructure and 
       soil; 1.6.1 Example 1:Three pinned arch 
505 8  1.6.2 Example 2:Vierendeel superstructure1.6.3 Example 3:
       Prestressed brick diaphragm wall; 1.6.4 Example 4:
       Composite deep beams; 1.6.5 Example 5:Buoyancy raft; 1.7 
       Foundation types; 1.7.1 Pad foundations; 1.7.2 Strip 
       footings; 1.7.3 Raft foundations; 1.7.4 Piled foundations;
       1.8 Ground treatment (geotechnical processes); 1.9 Changes
       of soil properties during excavation; 1.10 Post-
       construction foundation failure; 1.11 Practical 
       considerations; 1.11.1 Example 6:Excavation in waterlogged
       ground; 1.11.2 Example 7:Variability of ground conditions 
505 8  1.11.3 Example 8:Reliability of the soils 
       investigation1.11.4 Example 9:Deterioration of ground 
       exposed by excavation; 1.11.5 Example 10:Effect of new 
       foundation on existing structure; 1.12 Design procedures; 
       1.13 References; 2 Soil Mechanics,Lab Testing and Geology;
       A:Soil mechanics; 2.1 Introduction to soil mechanics; 2.2 
       Pressure distribution through ground; 2.3 Bearing 
       capacity; 2.3.1 Introduction to bearing capacity; 2.3.2 
       Main variables affecting bearing capacity; 2.3.3 Bearing 
       capacity and bearing pressure; 2.3.4 Determination of 
       ultimate bearing capacity 
505 8  2.3.5 Safe bearing capacity -- cohesionless soils2.3.6 
       Safe bearing capacity -- cohesive soils; 2.3.7 Safe 
       bearing capacity combined soils; 2.4 Settlement; 2.4.1 
       Introduction to settlement; 2.4.2 Void ratio; 2.4.3 
       Consolidation test; 2.4.4 Coefficient of volume 
       compressibility; 2.4.5 Magnitude and rate of settlement; 
       2.4.6 Settlement calculations; 2.5 Allowable bearing 
       pressure; 2.6 Conclusions; B:Laboratory testing; 2.7 
       Introduction to laboratory testing; 2.8 Classification 
       (disturbed sample tests); 2.8.1 Particle size and 
       distribution; 2.8.2 Density; 2.8.3 Liquidity and 
       plasticity 
505 8  2.8.4 General2.9 Undisturbed sample testing; 2.9.1 
       Moisture content; 2.9.2 Shear strength; 2.9.3 
       Consolidation tests (oedometer apparatus); 2.9.4 
       Permeability tests; 2.9.5 Chemical tests; 2.10 Summary of 
       tests; 2.11 Analysis of results; 2.12 Final observations 
       on testing; C:Geology; 2.13 Introduction to geology; 2.14 
       Formation of rock types; 2.15 Weathering of rocks; 2.16 
       Agents of weathering; 2.16.1 Temperature; 2.16.2 Water; 
       2.16.3 Wind; 2.16.4 Glaciation; 2.17 Earth movement; 
       2.17.1 Folds,fractures and faults; 2.17.2 Dip and strike; 
       2.17.3 Jointing; 2.17.4 Drift 
520    This manual for civil and structural engineers aims to 
       simplify as much as possible a complex subject which is 
       often treated too theoretically, by explaining in a 
       practical way how to provide uncomplicated, buildable and 
       economical foundations. It explains simply, clearly and 
       with numerous worked examples how economic foundation 
       design is achieved. It deals with both straightforward and
       difficult sites, following the process through site 
       investigation, foundation selection and, finally, design. 
       The book: includes chapters on many aspects of found. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Foundations.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85051049 
650  0 Structural design.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects
       /sh85129194 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Curtin, W. G.|q(William George)|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n85091478 
700 1  Seward, N. J.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n2006042383 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tStructural foundation designers' manual.
       |b2nd ed.|dOxford ; Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2006
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       |w(OCoLC)69680100. 
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