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quota fondo palo a

German translation: Pfahltiefe unter Geländehöhe


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Italian term or phrase:quota fondo palo a
German translation:Pfahltiefe unter Geländehöhe
Entered by: Miriam Ludwig
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12:34 Jun 30, 2004
Italian to German translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general)
Italian term or phrase: quota fondo palo a
Verifica capacità portante pali:
Capacità portante palo 1000 (***quota fondo palo a*** 24.7 m dal piano di campagna naturale):

Nv = 3200 kN (da ref. 2)

Azione verticale massima su pali:
3178 kN (nodo 280 C.C. 120) < 3200 kN

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Grazie mille!
Miriam Ludwig
Local time: 09:44
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D.h. der Pfahl steckt soundsoviel m in der Erde
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Christel Zipfel
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Grazie 1000! Miriam
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4 +1Pfahltiefe...
Christel Zipfel



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D.h. der Pfahl steckt soundsoviel m in der Erde

Christel Zipfel
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Grazie 1000! Miriam

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