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Title: Two Special Methods of Restoring and Strengthening Masonry Structures
Author(s): Joe. W. Kelly and B. D. Keatts
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 289-304
Abstract:Structures and foundations damaged by weather, erosion, scour, or settlement have been restored and strengthened by ingenious methods involving the pumping of cement-base stabilizing material into small interstices and the filling of larger spaces by aggregate which is then embedded in the stabilizing material under pressure. Herein are described several applications of the methods to various structures including bridge piers and abutments, reservoirs, dams, and underwater construction.
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