cellular cofferdam[′sel·yə·lər ′kȯf·ər‚dam]
A cofferdam consisting of interlocking steel-sheet piling driven as a series of interconnecting cells; cells may be of circular type or of straight-wall diaphragm type; space between lines of pilings is filled with sand.
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A self-sustaining cofferdam fabricated of interlocking steel sheet piling; has separate inside and outside walls.
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