Edited By: German Society for Geotechnics
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The aim of these recommendations is to harmonize and further develop the methods, according to which excavations are prepared, calculated and carried out. Since 1980, these have been drawn up by the working group for excavations at the German Society for Geotechnics (Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Geotechnik) under the name EAB and are similar to a set of standards. All the main software programs in Germany are based on these recommendations. The recommendations help in designing and calculating excavation constructions, unifying approaches to loads and methods of calculation. Since they are based on an approved global safety concept, following these recommendations ensures the stability and usability of excavations and their individual components. Furthermore, they help to improve the profitability of excavation constructions. The result is a work of major importance for all experts concerned with the planning and calculation of excavations.
Members of the Working Group for Excavations.Notes for the User.Preface.Terms and Notation.1. General Recommendations.2. Analysis Principles.3. Magnitude and Distribution of Earth Pressure.4. General Stipulations for Analysis.5. Analysis Approaches for Soldier Pile Walls.6. Analysis of Sheet Pile Walls and In-Situ Concrete Walls.7. Anchored Retaining Walls.8. Excavations with Special Ground Plans.9. Excavations Adjacent to Structures.10. Excavations in Water.11. Excavations in Unstable Rock.12. Excavations in Soft Soils.13. Dimensioning of Structural Elements.14. Measurements on Excavations.Appendix.Further Work Programme.Bibliography.List of Recommendations in Numerical Order.
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