Re: Pier design and sand
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The other benefit, I was considering, is that it can be sawn to length,
with some work. However, you can do a deal with a contractor doing road work,
and he will cut one evenly, to your requirements, using his machinery - you
might even get the pipe cheaper than from the dealer (who might not want to
sell you just one). I think they are standard 10 foot long, too much to bury.
You can also decide if you want the bell-swaged wider end up, for an inlaid
(wooden ?) plug/mounting-plate/pier vibration reducer - or swaged end down, to
have a slightly wider footing 4 feet down.
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From: "Murray Hammick" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 5:29 PM
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Re: Pier design and sand
The bending can be captured using strain guages (gages for US speakers)