from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A pile, generally formed of thick plunk shot or jointed on the edge, and sometimes grooved and tongued, driven between the main or gage piles of a coffer-dam or other hydraulic work, either to retain or to exclude water, as the case may be. Also sheeting-pile. See cut under sea-wall.


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  • Saya kira pemakaian sheet-pile atau sistem penahan tanah kedap air di sana (Belanda) adalah mutlak khususnya untuk proyek underground seperti yang akan dibahas Ardhika.

    Planet Terasi


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