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Provides manufacturing requirements, design methods and installation requirements for structures assembled from curved corrugated metal sheet or plates. Structures covered include pipes, pipe-arches, arches and special shapes. Design methods are based on ring compression and buckling failure modes. Information is given on durability. Considerations include handling stiffness, fill requirements and compaction. Tables of maximum and minimum cover are given as a guide to structure selection.
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