sheetpiling

sheetpiling

A barrier or diaphragm formed of sheet piles; used to prevent the movement of soil, to stabilize foundations, to construct cofferdams, to prevent the percolation of water, etc.
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They were filled with a cement grout, thereby making closure between steel sheetpiling and rock abutments at the Mission Dam (now Terzaghi Dam) in British Columbia, Canada.