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- Publisher: J Ross Publishing
- Format: Hardback | 352 pages
- Dimensions: 155mm x 231mm x 25mm | 590g
- Publication date: 18 July 2013
- Publication City/Country: Florida
- ISBN 10: 1604270772
- ISBN 13: 9781604270778
- Edition: 2, Revised
- Edition statement: 2nd Revised edition
- Sales rank: 379,295
This is a fully revised and updated discussion of the theoretical developments in earth anchors. Anchors are primarily used in the construction of foundations of earth-supported and earth-retaining structures. The fundamental reason for using earth anchors in construction is to transmit the outwardly directed load to the soil at a greater depth and/or farther away from the structure. Although earth anchors have been used in practice for several hundred years, proper theoretical developments for purposes of modern engineering designs have taken place only during the past 40 to 45 years. This book summarizes most theoretical and experimental works directed toward the development of proper relationships for the ultimate and allowable holding capacity of earth anchors.
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Braja M. Das is the former Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at California State University. Sanjay Shukla is program leader of the Discipline of Civil Engineering at Edith Cowen University in Australia.
Key Features: A discussion on single-helix screw anchors in sand has been added to Chapter 6 Two new chapters have been added: Chapter 9, Suction and Caisson Anchors, and Chapter 10, Geo-Anchors A summary section has been included for each chapter Self-assessment multiple-choice questions, followed by answers, are given at the end of each chapter Details horizontal, vertical and inclined anchor plates, helical anchors, and anchor piles Reviews the failure mechanism in soil located around the anchor as well as various theories to calculate the ultimate and allowable loads Includes laboratory and field test results which are required to supplement and verify the theories in the book