bank material

bank material

[′baŋk mə′tir·ē·əl]
(civil engineering)
Soil or rock in place before excavation or blasting.

bank material

Soil or rock in place before excavation or blasting.
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Bed substrate; flow type; channel modification; bank material, modifications, and features; channel vegetation type (within 10 m); banktop land use (within 5 m); and vegetation structure (within 1 m) are recorded within each spot-check.
Through numerical modeling with bank stability software, our research team has demonstrated that these undercuts exponentially reduce the stability of a bank as the depth of the undercut increases, leading to cantilever failures of the upper bank material.
Because it is in the top layers, sediment derived from shallow (hillslope) erosion will register high concentrations of radioactivity, whereas sediment from deeper gully erosion or the erosion of subsurface channel bank material will have little.
Bank material is crushed down to all sizes throughout that spectrum, while recycled asphalt and concrete is generally reduced to either 2-inch minus or 3-inch material.
The breadth of central bank material to be generated, reviewed, and mastered is staggering.
A financial analysis focusing on the relationship between the commercial values of the sawlogs and the corresponding lumber output for the Swedish Pine Stem Bank material is also included in this study.
On April 13, 1995, FirstMerit and Life Savings Bank filed suit in Summit County, Ohio, against Madison, seeking among other remedies, a declaratory judgment from the court rescinding the transaction due to the fact that Madison had failed to disclose to FirstMerit and Life Savings Bank material adverse information about Madison's financial condition and operations prior to the execution of the agreement.
Image Bank material, both contemporary and archival, has seen use in everything from recent Banana Republic ad campaigns to Disney's recent production of a Millennium film for Epcot Center in Orlando.
Customers now will see the Penn Community Bank name and brand in use on some bank materials and documents.
At the Purchaser will be created bank materials covered by the contract, which will become the property of the Contractor and shall be subject to successive refilling by the Contractor, immediately after the consumption of a given type of material by the Employer.
The project aims to develop and further the use of innovative, adaptive clinical trial designs that leverage immunohistochemistry, biomarkers, tissue bank materials as well as clinical data to improve the chances of success with novel drug candidates.
Sovereign bank materials already include the Santander name.