preconsolidation

preconsolidation

The condition of a highly compressed soil, usually resulting from other than natural causes, e.g., resulting from vibration of the soil or the loading of the soil by a large heap of excavated material.
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Furthermore, for the ground improvement on the new route of federal road RE-ttelstopfarbeiten and earthworks run for preconsolidation.
Casagrande A (1936) The determination of preconsolidation load and its practical significance.
A new CUSIP number will be obtained to replace the old CUSIP number 05500N103 in order to distinguish preconsolidation common shares and post-consolidation common shares.
On evaluation of undrained shear strenght and preconsolidation pressere from common field tests in clay, Canadian Geotechni cal Journal 42(3): 1221-1231.
9%; however, this is well below the preconsolidation level of 49.
According to Agusto & Co, the industry recorded a healthy 21% return on equity (ROE) in the last preconsolidation reporting period.
For an overconsolidated soil, the maximum effective stress ever applied is called the preconsolidation stress.
Tennis had a preconsolidation NOL and it continued to operate at a loss after the consolidation as a division of the surviving corporation.
Today, the company, which expects to have 1994 sales of approximately $35 million, uses air laying or carding for web formation, with some preliminary needlepunching for preconsolidation and thermal or chemical bonding, to produce highloft pads from five mm to two inches in thickness.
The subsidiary's identifiable net assets are measured in consolidation at $1,010, consisting of a $300 fair value layer from the initial 30% purchase (30% x $1,000), the parent's $30 share of the investee's preconsolidation net income (30% x $100), another 30% fair value layer (30% x $1,200), plus noncontrolling interest at book value (40% x $800).
The tow must be able to be fixed in the peripheral areas and stored without a preconsolidation, thus:
The point that separates these two regions is called the preconsolidation pressure or precompression stress ([[sigma].