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JSP method for under ground reinforcement~

JSP method for under ground reinforcement~

JSP method for under ground reinforcement~

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Hi guys~
is there anybody who has an experience of JSP(Jumbo Special Pattern) method for under ground reinforcement where cavity exists ?

Or looking for paper or report which concerning about it~

Thank u~

RE: JSP method for under ground reinforcement~

Not sure what it is that your're looking for, but as a result of a recent discussion on augercast piles, I did a search and found www.technicalfoundations.com. ; The site had an interesting method of shoring up a roadway constructed over an abandoned mine.

Using pressure grouting and a nylon fabric tube, augering down, inserting the tube and pumping it full of grout. Take a look at the website link to see if this is what you're after.

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