in-cut

French translation: taillée dans la roche

17:33 Apr 11, 2005
English to French translations [PRO]
Construction / Civil Engineering / Mining
English term or phrase: in-cut
On parle d'une usine de broyage de minerai située dans un massif montagneux :

"The majority of the facilities are built on pads made of compacted fill, except for the feed area of the ore preparation plant, which is ***in-cut*** to allow for the difference in elevation required for the plant feed."

J'imagine que la zone d'alimentation en question est "encastrée" dans la colline, et non construite sur une plate-forme de remblai. Y'a-t-il un terme exact pour traduire cette idée ?

Merci !
Helene Diu
France
Local time: 03:17
French translation:taillée dans la roche
Explanation:
En effet je traduirais ici par "taillée dans la roche"
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taillée dans la roche


Explanation:
En effet je traduirais ici par "taillée dans la roche"

Chris_Ferrar (X)
Local time: 03:17
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Merci pour la confirmation.

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