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>Hunt, Tom wrote:
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>> If your footings are lightly loaded your 1:1 may work but this can vary
>> considerably depending on whether you are in sand or saturated clay.
>> Your Boussinesq equations can be easily handled by looking at one of the
>> Tri-Forcess Manuals.  In this case get a copy of "Foundations and Earth
>> Structures" NAVFAC DM 7.2 (every engineering office should have one!!).
>> 
>
>Could you please tell me where I could order this book?
>
>Thanks
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