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nail wall

[TA]
the fold of skin overlapping the lateral and proximal margins of the nail.
Synonym(s): vallum unguis [TA], nail fold

nail wall

Epidermis covering edges of the nail. Synonym: vallum unguis
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Last, it is reminded that design methodologies, construction techniques, and site conditions differ from one soil nail wall project to another.
EFLHD performed annual inspections after installation of the soil nail wall. An inspection in April 1997, after very heavy rainfall, revealed the beginnings of a new slide near the top of the cut slope.
Due to the limited space, the slope is secured under the stadtbach with a nail wall. The supporting wall can be created together with the new staircase in the new location.
for the construction of the retaining wall, a back-anchored nail wall must be created.
9-10 m long - 100 m2 nail wall for protection against embankment 1180 m2 humus removal (180 m3) - 345 m3 underground excavation- 370 m3 pre-excavation- 95 m3 excavated- 80 m3 excavation difficult (rock) - 135 m2 lean concrete (13 m3) - 70 m3 foundation concrete- 60 m3 concrete for base 13 t reinforcement ( all diameters) - create 16 platforms on site (material triage) - lay provisory with pe pipes (approx.
engineering structures excavation excavation 16 000 m 3 , nail wall 1 250 m 2 , unstrapped anchor 210 st.
Engineering structures of the excavation 16 ' 000m3 nail Wall 1 ' 250m2 tension free faucet 210Stk work 19 ' 000m2 reinforcement 1 ' 250to situ concrete 8 ' 300m3 sealing BD 1200m2 covering work Gussas 300to noise protection elements 240STK gabion 1x 0, 3x0, 5m 1 ' 250Stk pla NT Lines
main quantities (approx.): construction pits and earthworks: - topsoil: 2~500 m 2 , - excavation: 3~400 m 3 , - block walls 1~200 t, - temporary nail wall: 1~200 m 2 .
He has extensive expertise with both temporary and permanent slurry, secant, and soil nail walls for historic buildings, structures with deep foundations, transit systems, tunnels, dams, and tall buildings.