A Report Presented to the Graduate Committee of the Department of Civil Engineering in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the M.S.s of Engineering. (Dredging)
Marshall, Leonard E.
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Dredging is defined as the removal of soil or material from the bottom of a rivet, lake, or ocean harbor. Dredges are the machines used for this purpose and consist of powerfill hoisting or suction equipment mounted on barge- like floats. These machines are used to deepen or widen waterways, to reclaim land, to build dikes or foundations, and to mine alluvial deposits of precious metals
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