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With that bearing capacity, no piles or caissons are required.
This clay has good bearing capacity and no shrink-swell property.
However, concerns about the bearing capacity of the soil prevented that from occurring.
The primary design concerns are settlement and bearing capacity.
This construction is particularly useful when structural loads are high compared to the natural bearing capacity of the soil.
The primary considerations for foundation support are bearing capacity, settlement, and ground movement beneath the foundations.
Bearing capacity is the ability of the site soils to support the loads imposed by buildings or structures.
The larger base diameter allows greater bearing capacity than a straight-shaft pile.
The formation level subsoil may still not be suitable for excavation or bearing capacity.
The burthen (weight bearing capacity) of the Bevis was 150 tons.
The steel roof structure had sufficient bearing capacity to enable the suspension of additional stage equipment.
The tunnel had to be backfilled with concrete to make a proper bearing capacity for the fountain.
The soil needs to provide adequate bearing capacity and drainage, and help to retain heat.
In 1951, Meyerhof published a bearing capacity theory which could be applied to rough shallow and deep foundations.
However, in order to facilitate this the roller diameter must be decreased, which also decreases the dynamic bearing capacity.
Allowable bearing stress is the bearing capacity divided by a factor of safety.
Later, stone and masonry were used for foundation courses, which greatly added to the bearing capacity of the brickwork.
It is necessary that a foundation is not loaded beyond its bearing capacity or the foundation will "fail".
In geotechnical engineering, bearing capacity is the capacity of soil to support the loads applied to the ground.
Terzaghi developed a method for determining bearing capacity for the general shear failure case in 1943.
When emplaced, the bridge is capable of supporting tracked and wheeled vehicles with a military load bearing capacity up to Class 60.
The foundations of a building will vary in design and cost depending on the bearing capacity and nature of the sub-soil.
These exceptional circumstances might have caused the engineers building the line to believe that the bearing capacity of the soil was greater than it actually was.
In the end, a fairly simple linear equation may suffice to give a good approximation of the bearing capacity of the soil.
The result is not as solid as concrete, but should be seen as an improvement of the bearing capacity of the original soil.
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