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Application and Research of Soil Mixing Wall

Runjie Gu

Abstract


Soil Mixing Wall can meet the needs of foundation pit support structures in various projects. Compared with other supporting structures, it has the advantages of good permeability resistance, short construction period, and less impact on the surrounding environment. It is a foundation pit supporting structure with great development potential[1].

Keywords


Soil Mixing Wall; Underground Engineering; Construction Technology

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/ice.v3i2.330

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