May 2012

Load and Temperature Effects for Hydraulic Struts Supporting Deep Excavations - Part 2

Load and Temperature Effects for Hydraulic Struts Supporting Deep Excavations - Part 2 - 31/05/12

Last month we looked at the basic theory behind calculating thermally induced load effects in steel props. This month we’re going to attempt to bring this more into Groundforce’s arena by applying these theories to one of our modular hydraulically operated props.

Tony Gould
Load and Temperature effects for Hydraulic Struts Supporting Deep Excavations - Part 1

Load and Temperature effects for Hydraulic Struts Supporting Deep Excavations - Part 1 - 04/05/12

Continuing last month’s technical theme, this month’s blog discusses another old chestnut; the effect of ambient temperature change (thermal effects) on hydraulic struts. 

Tony Gould

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