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Dredging. 2nd edition

Arnold, 1997
Dredging. 2nd edition

Document Status

Current

Supplement

Civil & Structural Supplement

Abstract

Considers the staged approach of implementing dredging. Addresses design of the dredged area and its relationship to the method of dredging, and the use to which the dredged area will be put. Reviews uses of dredged materials, methods of disposal and their potential effects. Covers pre-contract investigations, the physical mechanisms and types of plant and equipment, factors influencing plant performance, and estimating production rates. Describes estimating costs, preparation of contract, control of works, environmental impact, and pre-treatment of rock.

Author

Bray, R. N., Bates, A. D., and Land, J. M.

History

Supersedes the 1979 edition.

ISBN

9780340545249

Subjects

Publisher History

Arnold Publishers are part of Butterworth-Heinemann.


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