Factors influencing ground freezing: presented at the thirty-fifth annual meeting, January 17-20, 1956
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MODIFICATION OF FROSTHEAVING OF SOILS WITH ADDITIVES
LOSS OF BEARING CAPACITY AND VERTICAL DISPLACEMENTS
SUBSURFACE TEMPERATURES AND MOISTURE CONTENTS
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