Table of contents for Construction databook / Sidney M. Levy.


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 Chapter 1: Site investigations.
 Chapter 2: Glossary of terms.
 Chapter 3: Soil classification systems.
 Chapter 4: Definition of soil by grain size.
 Chapter 5: U.S./Metric sieve sizes.
 Chapter 6: Interpreting soil-test boring logs.
 Chapter 7: Classification terminology used in conjunction with test borings.
 Chapter 8: OSHA soil classifications.
 Chapter 9: OSHA simple slope, single, and multiple bench diagrams.
 Chapter 10: OSHA simple slope and vertical-sided trench bench diagrams.
 Chapter 11: Caissons.
 Chapter 12: Piles (types).
 Chapter 13: Basic parts of a typical pile-driving rig.
 Chapter 14: Pile-driving rig with fixed-lead system.
 Chapter 15: Pile-driving rig with swing-lead system.
 Chapter 16: Lead types.
 Chapter 17: Pile-driving rig in batter configurations.
 Chapter 18: Pile-driving hammer types.
 Chapter 19: Sheet piles.
 Chapter 20: Typical sheet pile sections.
 Chapter 21: Steel H Piles (typical sections and specifications).
 Chapter 22: Typical soldier pile detail (rock bearing).
 Chapter 23: Typical braced soldier pile with deadman.
 Chapter 24: Typical soldier pile with wood lagging, steel walers, and bracing.
 Chapter 25: Dewatering.
 Chapter 26: Diagrammatical display of water flow from wellpoints.
 Chapter 27: Drawdown (diagramatical).
 Chapter 28: Protecting foundations from ground water.
 Chapter 29: Hand signals for boom-equipment operators.
 Chapter 30: Avoiding bituminous paving pitfalls.
 Chapter 31: Calculating the amount of bitumastic paving per 100 linear feet and per mile.
 Chapter 32: Linear feet of paving covered by one ton of material.
 Chapter 33: Linear meters of asphalt covered by one ton of material.
 Chapter 34: Cubic meters of asphalt for various widths/depths of paving (metric).
 Chapter 35: Tons of asphalt required per mile for various widths/pounds per yard.
 Chapter 36: Asphalt paving block specifications. 




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