Issue Date: May/June 2011

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GEOSTRATA, 2011, May/June, 48-55     Figure 1. Drilled shafts provide small footprint at congested locations. Compared to other structures, drilled shaft foundations for bridges are often subject to significant lateral load demands, including live loads, wind, vessel collision, and seismic loadings. The flexural strength requirements may be compounded by scour, liquefaction, and liquefaction-induced lateral […]

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