Ship locks and lifts: A ship lock is an engineering structure which enables ships to overcome the level difference between two waterways. Water level is raised or lowered by filling or emptying the lock chambers. Filling and emptying a lock chamber is a central process of the ship lock which causes high cyclical loads on the underground. therefore, an a-priori estimate of the soil behaviour under loads is crucial for geotechnical engineers to select the best design parameters and to avoid undesired deformations on ...
By Geotomographie GmbH based in Neuwied, GERMANY.
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