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Continuous flight auger boring in sandy soils

Kenny, M.J. and Guasti, S. and Zsak, P. (2003) Continuous flight auger boring in sandy soils. In: BGA International Conference on Foundations. Thomas Telford, London, United Kingdom, pp. 433-441. ISBN 109780727732446

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Abstract

This study investigates the power and torque requirements for augering in different soil conditions and to compare the radial pressures in the soil produced during augering with those of similar laboratory studies of conventional displacement piles.