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Raking Shoring4 2. Flying Shoring5 3. Dead Shoring What is Shoring? Shoring is the construction of a temporary structure to support temporarily an unsafe structure. These support walls laterally. Shoring can be used when walls bulge out, when walls crack due to unequal settlement of foundation and repairs […] struts, shoring or soil anchor etc., again section by section in short length, until the excavation is all completed. This method does not require much heavy mechanical equipment and thus cost of work is relatively lower. It can excavate up to a maximum depth of about 3m. Sometimes in very poor soil or in waterlogged

DESIGN MANUAL FOR EXCAVATION SUPPORT USING DEEP MIXING TECHNOLOGY Cassandra RUTHERFORD, Giovanna BISCONTIN, and Jean–Louis BRIAUD TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY (pictures from Schnabel Foundation Company, www.schnabel.com) MARCH 31, 2005

ADVERTISEMENTS: Single flying shore is a shore (Fig.14.2) used to support two parallel walls when one or both show signs of failure. The separating distance between the walls shall not be more than 10 m. In cases where the distance is more, double or compound flying shore shall be used. Arrangement of wall plates, needles, … The construction inside the shoring or cofferdam is the controlling criteria for the design arrangement of the shoring. Note that no effort is made to check bearing or shear in the pile. In 30 years of cofferdam and shoring design I have never found a case where shear or bearing came even close to being a critical design consideration.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Single flying shore is a shore (Fig.14.2) used to support two parallel walls when one or both show signs of failure. The separating distance between the walls shall not be more than 10 m. In cases where the distance is more, double or compound flying shore shall be used. Arrangement of wall plates, needles, …

SHORING is the scientific placing of supports to parts of a building which are liable to distortion or collapse either because the fabric of the building is unsound—which may be evidenced by failure or settlement—or to guard against the disturbance of adjacent parts of a structure and adjoining premises where altera tions to the fabric are being made.

This form of shoring consists of horizontal members of balk timber termed needles (very different from the needles used in raking and flying shoring), which are passed through holes in the wall to be supported, at a sufficient height to allow of the insertion of any arch or lintels that may be necessary above the opening it is proposed to cut ...

Shoring System a structure such as a metal hydraulic, mechanical or timber shoring system that supports the sides of an excavation and which is designed to prevent cave­ ins. The competent person has four shoring options from which to choose: OPTION 1 : Use the tables, which OSHA provides.

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This form of shoring consists of horizontal members of balk timber termed needles (very different from the needles used in raking and flying shoring), which are passed through holes in the wall to be supported, at a sufficient height to allow of the insertion of any arch or lintels that may be necessary above the opening it is proposed to cut ... .