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  • 7 Crucial Factors to Building a Great Gravel Road ...Explore further

    2016-3-30u2002·u20027. Maintenance. Whether accomplished through simple grading or soil stabilization, keeping a regular and thorough maintenance schedule will ensure the road performs well. Improper grader use can actually damage the road, so correct technique is essential and often best left to professionals.

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  • Part 7 COMPACTION METHODS - Missouri S&T

    2014-2-24u2002·u2002Rock fill Vibratory Pneumatic - Plastic soils, CH, MH (A-7, A-5) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic Thin lifts usually needed Low-plasticity soils, CL, ML (A-6, A-4) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic, vibratory Moisture control often critical for silty soils Plastic sands and gravels, GC, SC (A-2-6, A-2-7) Vibratory, pneumatic Pad foot -

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  • CHAPTER 3 ROAD DESIGN

    2021-2-17u2002·u2002Even a minimal rock surface of 5 to 10 cm effectively reduces erosion and sediment yield by a factor of 9. Kochenderfer and Helvey (1984) documented soil loss reduction from 121 down to 14 tonnes per hectare per year by applying a 7.5 cm rock surface on a dirt road.

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  • TECHNICAL METHODS FOR HIGHWAYS SAMPLING

    2002-3-18u2002·u2002SAMPLING METHOD MA 1 SAMPLING OF A NATURAL ROCK MASS 1. SCOPE This method describes the taking of samples from a test pit in a natural rock mass when the rock is to be crushed for use in concrete, surfacings, bases, subbases, etc. 2. APPARATUS 2.1 For taking samples from test pits blasted with explosives 2.1.1. A prospecting pick. 2.1.2.

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  • Geotechnical Design Manual - Chapter 7

    2020-1-22u2002·u2002A complete analysis would include using at least two analysis methods to evaluate whether or not a particular analysis is overly biased by the method's assumptions. For projects of great complexity, it may be prudent to use more complex modeling such as three

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  • Method Statement for Placement of Sub Base and Road

    2018-9-17u2002·u2002The purpose of this roadworks method statement is to describe the activities, sequence and methods that are mandatory for carrying out the standard placement of subbase and roadbase for a project. The sequence of the road work activities shall remain in three stages i.e. placing of lower sub base, placing of upper sub base and finally placement of road base and wet mix macadam.

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  • Guideline for Rock Mass Classification System

    2018-3-27u2002·u2002The empirical method of rock mass classification system is proposed to employed in Sri be Lanka in this guideline. This system is proposed considering geological condition of Sri Lanka on the basis of various and data obtained in civil engineering projects numerous including tunnel projects.

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  • Specification for Road Works Series 800 - Road

    2021-7-7u2002·u20027 Compaction of unbound mixtures shall be carried out by a method specified in Table 8/4, unless the Contractor demonstrates at site trials that a state of compaction achieved by an alternative method is equivalent to or better than that using the specified method.

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  • Rocky road

    2020-8-30u2002·u2002Grease and line a baking tray (30cm x 25cm) with greaseproof paper, then pour in the mixture, spreading it out and patting it down fairly evenly. Sprinkle over the sesame seeds, if using, then place the tray in the fridge to cool, harden and set for a few hours. Melt the white chocolate and randomly drizzle over the top, then slice and serve.

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  • Road Aggregate 101: Important Stuff

    2012-10-11u2002·u200210/11/2012 7 Road Aggregate 101: Nominal maximum and/or minimum sized stone in mix The nominal size distribution of an aggregate specification is defined as the range of sieve openings through which 100% of the aggregate can pass. Road Aggregate 101: Gradation or …

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  • TECHNICAL METHODS FOR HIGHWAYS SAMPLING

    2002-3-18u2002·u2002SAMPLING METHOD MA 1 SAMPLING OF A NATURAL ROCK MASS 1. SCOPE This method describes the taking of samples from a test pit in a natural rock mass when the rock is to be crushed for use in concrete, surfacings, bases, subbases, etc. 2. APPARATUS 2.1 For taking samples from test pits blasted with explosives 2.1.1. A prospecting pick. 2.1.2.

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  • CHAPTER 3 ROAD DESIGN

    2021-2-17u2002·u2002Even a minimal rock surface of 5 to 10 cm effectively reduces erosion and sediment yield by a factor of 9. Kochenderfer and Helvey (1984) documented soil loss reduction from 121 down to 14 tonnes per hectare per year by applying a 7.5 cm rock surface on a dirt road.

    Get Price
  • Part 7 COMPACTION METHODS - Missouri S&T

    2014-2-24u2002·u2002Rock fill Vibratory Pneumatic - Plastic soils, CH, MH (A-7, A-5) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic Thin lifts usually needed Low-plasticity soils, CL, ML (A-6, A-4) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic, vibratory Moisture control often critical for silty soils Plastic sands and gravels, GC, SC (A-2-6, A-2-7) Vibratory, pneumatic Pad foot -

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  • 7. MAPPING, CALCULATIONS AND DRAWINGS (BY SEDLAK)

    2021-2-17u2002·u20027.1 GENERAL REMARKS. Formerly a considerable amount of time was spent on drawings of road projects since the roads were manually constructed. For mechanical road construction in steep terrain simpler drawings are sufficient. At present, tracing paper is used for all drawings, this being mainly in pre-cut sheets of a standard size.

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  • Guideline for Rock Mass Classification System

    2018-3-27u2002·u2002The empirical method of rock mass classification system is proposed to employed in Sri be Lanka in this guideline. This system is proposed considering geological condition of Sri Lanka on the basis of various and data obtained in civil engineering projects numerous including tunnel projects.

    Get Price
  • In Situ Stresses & Stress Measurement

    2018-5-15u2002·u2002average density of rock into account, 40 m of overlying rock induces 1 MPa stress. Hoek & Brown (1980) 12 of 64 Erik Eberhardt – UBC Geological Engineering EOSC 433 (2017) Estimation of In Situ Stresses - Horizontal The horizontal stress can be estimated using of elastic theory. If we consider the strain along any axis of a small cube at depth,

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  • Design Manual Using the Rational Method to Chapter 4 ...

    2015-6-30u2002·u2002For drainage areas larger than 160 acres, other methods of determining peak flow (for example, the SCS (NCRS) peak flow method) are required. These are discussed in . HEC-22. Using the Rational Method to Determine Peak Flow . 4A-5 . Design Manual Chapter 4 Drainage . Originally Issued: 09-01-95 Revised: 07-02-15 . Office of Design

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  • Subsurface void detection under the road surface using ...

    2016-2-22u2002·u2002The GPR method was successfully used for void detection under a main road in Bangkok city. In this study the 400 MHz ground-coupled antenna was used to image potential subsurface voids and these were then confirmed (or not) by drilling boreholes in that area through the road surface.

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  • Rocky road

    2020-8-30u2002·u2002Grease and line a baking tray (30cm x 25cm) with greaseproof paper, then pour in the mixture, spreading it out and patting it down fairly evenly. Sprinkle over the sesame seeds, if using, then place the tray in the fridge to cool, harden and set for a few hours. Melt the white chocolate and randomly drizzle over the top, then slice and serve.

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  • Road Aggregate 101: Important Stuff

    2012-10-11u2002·u200210/11/2012 7 Road Aggregate 101: Nominal maximum and/or minimum sized stone in mix The nominal size distribution of an aggregate specification is defined as the range of sieve openings through which 100% of the aggregate can pass. Road Aggregate 101: Gradation or distribution of different sized stones

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  • TECHNICAL METHODS FOR HIGHWAYS SAMPLING

    2002-3-18u2002·u2002SAMPLING METHOD MA 1 SAMPLING OF A NATURAL ROCK MASS 1. SCOPE This method describes the taking of samples from a test pit in a natural rock mass when the rock is to be crushed for use in concrete, surfacings, bases, subbases, etc. 2. APPARATUS 2.1 For taking samples from test pits blasted with explosives 2.1.1. A prospecting pick. 2.1.2.

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  • CHAPTER 3 ROAD DESIGN

    2021-2-17u2002·u2002Even a minimal rock surface of 5 to 10 cm effectively reduces erosion and sediment yield by a factor of 9. Kochenderfer and Helvey (1984) documented soil loss reduction from 121 down to 14 tonnes per hectare per year by applying a 7.5 cm rock surface on a dirt road.

    Get Price
  • Part 7 COMPACTION METHODS - Missouri S&T

    2014-2-24u2002·u2002Rock fill Vibratory Pneumatic - Plastic soils, CH, MH (A-7, A-5) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic Thin lifts usually needed Low-plasticity soils, CL, ML (A-6, A-4) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic, vibratory Moisture control often critical for silty soils Plastic sands and gravels, GC, SC (A-2-6, A-2-7) Vibratory, pneumatic Pad foot -

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  • 7. MAPPING, CALCULATIONS AND DRAWINGS (BY SEDLAK)

    2021-2-17u2002·u20027.1 GENERAL REMARKS. Formerly a considerable amount of time was spent on drawings of road projects since the roads were manually constructed. For mechanical road construction in steep terrain simpler drawings are sufficient. At present, tracing paper is used for all drawings, this being mainly in pre-cut sheets of a standard size.

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  • Guideline for Rock Mass Classification System

    2018-3-27u2002·u2002The empirical method of rock mass classification system is proposed to employed in Sri be Lanka in this guideline. This system is proposed considering geological condition of Sri Lanka on the basis of various and data obtained in civil …

    Get Price
  • In Situ Stresses & Stress Measurement

    2018-5-15u2002·u2002average density of rock into account, 40 m of overlying rock induces 1 MPa stress. Hoek & Brown (1980) 12 of 64 Erik Eberhardt – UBC Geological Engineering EOSC 433 (2017) Estimation of In Situ Stresses - Horizontal The horizontal stress can be estimated using of elastic theory. If we consider the strain along any axis of a small cube at depth,

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  • Design Manual Using the Rational Method to Chapter 4 ...

    2015-6-30u2002·u2002For drainage areas larger than 160 acres, other methods of determining peak flow (for example, the SCS (NCRS) peak flow method) are required. These are discussed in . HEC-22. Using the Rational Method to Determine Peak Flow . 4A-5 . Design Manual Chapter 4 Drainage . Originally Issued: 09-01-95 Revised: 07-02-15 . Office of Design

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  • Subsurface void detection under the road surface using ...

    2016-2-22u2002·u2002The GPR method was successfully used for void detection under a main road in Bangkok city. In this study the 400 MHz ground-coupled antenna was used to image potential subsurface voids and these were then confirmed (or not) by drilling boreholes in that area through the road surface.

    Get Price
  • Rocky road

    2020-8-30u2002·u2002Grease and line a baking tray (30cm x 25cm) with greaseproof paper, then pour in the mixture, spreading it out and patting it down fairly evenly. Sprinkle over the sesame seeds, if using, then place the tray in the fridge to cool, harden and set for a few hours. Melt the white chocolate and randomly drizzle over the top, then slice and serve.

    Get Price
  • Road Aggregate 101: Important Stuff

    2012-10-11u2002·u200210/11/2012 7 Road Aggregate 101: Nominal maximum and/or minimum sized stone in mix The nominal size distribution of an aggregate specification is defined as the range of sieve openings through which 100% of the aggregate can pass. Road Aggregate 101: Gradation or …

    Get Price
  • TECHNICAL METHODS FOR HIGHWAYS SAMPLING

    2002-3-18u2002·u2002SAMPLING METHOD MA 1 SAMPLING OF A NATURAL ROCK MASS 1. SCOPE This method describes the taking of samples from a test pit in a natural rock mass when the rock is to be crushed for use in concrete, surfacings, bases, subbases, etc. 2. APPARATUS 2.1 For taking samples from test pits blasted with explosives 2.1.1. A prospecting pick. 2.1.2.

    Get Price
  • CHAPTER 3 ROAD DESIGN

    2021-2-17u2002·u2002Even a minimal rock surface of 5 to 10 cm effectively reduces erosion and sediment yield by a factor of 9. Kochenderfer and Helvey (1984) documented soil loss reduction from 121 down to 14 tonnes per hectare per year by applying a 7.5 cm rock surface on a dirt road.

    Get Price
  • Part 7 COMPACTION METHODS - Missouri S&T

    2014-2-24u2002·u2002Rock fill Vibratory Pneumatic - Plastic soils, CH, MH (A-7, A-5) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic Thin lifts usually needed Low-plasticity soils, CL, ML (A-6, A-4) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic, vibratory Moisture control often critical for silty soils Plastic sands and gravels, GC, SC (A-2-6, A-2-7) Vibratory, pneumatic Pad foot -

    Get Price
  • 7. MAPPING, CALCULATIONS AND DRAWINGS (BY SEDLAK)

    2021-2-17u2002·u20027.1 GENERAL REMARKS. Formerly a considerable amount of time was spent on drawings of road projects since the roads were manually constructed. For mechanical road construction in steep terrain simpler drawings are sufficient. At present, tracing paper is used for all drawings, this being mainly in pre-cut sheets of a standard size.

    Get Price
  • Guideline for Rock Mass Classification System

    2018-3-27u2002·u2002The empirical method of rock mass classification system is proposed to employed in Sri be Lanka in this guideline. This system is proposed considering geological condition of Sri Lanka on the basis of various and data obtained in civil engineering projects numerous including tunnel projects.

    Get Price
  • In Situ Stresses & Stress Measurement

    2018-5-15u2002·u2002average density of rock into account, 40 m of overlying rock induces 1 MPa stress. Hoek & Brown (1980) 12 of 64 Erik Eberhardt – UBC Geological Engineering EOSC 433 (2017) Estimation of In Situ Stresses - Horizontal The horizontal stress can be estimated using of elastic theory. If we consider the strain along any axis of a small cube at depth,

    Get Price
  • Design Manual Using the Rational Method to Chapter 4 ...

    2015-6-30u2002·u2002For drainage areas larger than 160 acres, other methods of determining peak flow (for example, the SCS (NCRS) peak flow method) are required. These are discussed in . HEC-22. Using the Rational Method to Determine Peak Flow . 4A-5 . Design Manual Chapter 4 Drainage . Originally Issued: 09-01-95 Revised: 07-02-15 . Office of Design

    Get Price
  • Subsurface void detection under the road surface using ...

    2016-2-22u2002·u2002The GPR method was successfully used for void detection under a main road in Bangkok city. In this study the 400 MHz ground-coupled antenna was used to image potential subsurface voids and these were then confirmed (or not) by drilling boreholes in that area through the road surface.

    Get Price
  • Rocky road

    2020-8-30u2002·u2002Grease and line a baking tray (30cm x 25cm) with greaseproof paper, then pour in the mixture, spreading it out and patting it down fairly evenly. Sprinkle over the sesame seeds, if using, then place the tray in the fridge to cool, harden and set for a few hours. Melt the white chocolate and randomly drizzle over the top, then slice and serve.

    Get Price
  • Road Aggregate 101: Important Stuff

    2012-10-11u2002·u200210/11/2012 7 Road Aggregate 101: Nominal maximum and/or minimum sized stone in mix The nominal size distribution of an aggregate specification is defined as the range of sieve openings through which 100% of the aggregate can pass. Road Aggregate 101: Gradation or …

    Get Price
  • TECHNICAL METHODS FOR HIGHWAYS SAMPLING

    2002-3-18u2002·u2002SAMPLING METHOD MA 1 SAMPLING OF A NATURAL ROCK MASS 1. SCOPE This method describes the taking of samples from a test pit in a natural rock mass when the rock is to be crushed for use in concrete, surfacings, bases, subbases, etc. 2. APPARATUS 2.1 For taking samples from test pits blasted with explosives 2.1.1. A prospecting pick. 2.1.2.

    Get Price
  • CHAPTER 3 ROAD DESIGN

    2021-2-17u2002·u2002Even a minimal rock surface of 5 to 10 cm effectively reduces erosion and sediment yield by a factor of 9. Kochenderfer and Helvey (1984) documented soil loss reduction from 121 down to 14 tonnes per hectare per year by applying a 7.5 cm rock surface on a dirt road.

    Get Price
  • Part 7 COMPACTION METHODS - Missouri S&T

    2014-2-24u2002·u2002Rock fill Vibratory Pneumatic - Plastic soils, CH, MH (A-7, A-5) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic Thin lifts usually needed Low-plasticity soils, CL, ML (A-6, A-4) Sheepsfoot or pad foot Pneumatic, vibratory Moisture control often critical for silty soils Plastic sands and gravels, GC, SC (A-2-6, A-2-7) Vibratory, pneumatic Pad foot -

    Get Price
  • 7. MAPPING, CALCULATIONS AND DRAWINGS (BY SEDLAK)

    2021-2-17u2002·u20027.1 GENERAL REMARKS. Formerly a considerable amount of time was spent on drawings of road projects since the roads were manually constructed. For mechanical road construction in steep terrain simpler drawings are sufficient. At present, tracing paper is used for all drawings, this being mainly in pre-cut sheets of a standard size.

    Get Price
  • Guideline for Rock Mass Classification System

    2018-3-27u2002·u2002The empirical method of rock mass classification system is proposed to employed in Sri be Lanka in this guideline. This system is proposed considering geological condition of Sri Lanka on the basis of various and data obtained in civil engineering projects numerous including tunnel projects.

    Get Price
  • In Situ Stresses & Stress Measurement

    2018-5-15u2002·u2002average density of rock into account, 40 m of overlying rock induces 1 MPa stress. Hoek & Brown (1980) 12 of 64 Erik Eberhardt – UBC Geological Engineering EOSC 433 (2017) Estimation of In Situ Stresses - Horizontal The horizontal stress can be estimated using of elastic theory. If we consider the strain along any axis of a small cube at depth,

    Get Price
  • Design Manual Using the Rational Method to Chapter 4 ...

    2015-6-30u2002·u2002For drainage areas larger than 160 acres, other methods of determining peak flow (for example, the SCS (NCRS) peak flow method) are required. These are discussed in . HEC-22. Using the Rational Method to Determine Peak Flow . 4A-5 . Design Manual Chapter 4 Drainage . Originally Issued: 09-01-95 Revised: 07-02-15 . Office of Design

    Get Price
  • Subsurface void detection under the road surface using ...

    2016-2-22u2002·u2002The GPR method was successfully used for void detection under a main road in Bangkok city. In this study the 400 MHz ground-coupled antenna was used to image potential subsurface voids and these were then confirmed (or not) by drilling boreholes in that area through the road surface.

    Get Price
  • Rocky road

    2020-8-30u2002·u2002Grease and line a baking tray (30cm x 25cm) with greaseproof paper, then pour in the mixture, spreading it out and patting it down fairly evenly. Sprinkle over the sesame seeds, if using, then place the tray in the fridge to cool, harden and set for a few hours. Melt the white chocolate and randomly drizzle over the top, then slice and serve.

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  • Guidelines on the selection and use of road construction ...

    2016-8-2u2002·u2002Guidelines on the selection and use of road construction materials by Transport Research Laboratory This report prepared for the Infrastructure and Urban Development Division (IUDD) of the Department For International Development (DFID) Knowledge and Research program must not be referred to in any publication without the permission of DFID.

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  • 7 LAB TESTS ON AGGREGATE TO CHECK QUALITY FOR

    2015-9-12u2002·u2002Water absorption values ranges from 0.1 to about 2.0 percent for aggregates normally used in road surfacing. Also read: Specific Gravity & Water Absorption Test Procedure of Aggregates. 7. Bitumen Adhesion Test. Bitumen adheres well to all normal types of road aggregates provided they are dry and free from dust.

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  • RC50016-Selection of Test Methods for Testing of

    2019-8-15u2002·u2002sample is deemed impermeable, for the purposes of road pavement materials and the test can be halted. If the material is intended for use as embankment fill, continue testing using the triaxial permeability method described in AS 1289.6.7.3. Note: AS 1289.6.7.3 may be used as the commencing test without progression through the other methods.

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  • Rocksclusters website

    2018-1-5u2002·u2002The ZFS roll for Rocks 7.0 has been updated. It addresses an issue at node installation when a new kernel is in rocks distribution (via rocks create distro), but there is no corresponding kmod-spl/kmod-zfs rpm to match the new kernel.. New installations from the current Rocks central server will automatically use the updated roll.

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  • Drill and Blast Method - rail system

    The final method for stabilizing rock faces is most commonly rock bolting. A jumbo is used here to first drill holes into the rock. The holes vary from 2.4-6 metres long. Next a steel rod with a wedge threaded on the end is inserted in the hole. When it is in place, the rod is turned so that it pulls out against the wedge, forcing it into the ...

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  • Types of excavation - Designing Buildings Wiki

    Road excavation. This typically involves stripping topsoil and cut-and-fill. For more information, see Road construction. Bridge excavation. This typically involves the removal of material for the footing and abutments of bridges. The work may be subdivided into wet, dry and rock excavation.

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  • Components of Road Structure

    2017-4-15u2002·u20021. Subgrade is the foundation of the road, thus its the lowest and most important component of road structure. 2. SUB BASE Consists of a. Upper Base Courseb. Sub or Lower Base Course... If natural surface is above the formation level then the surface is cut down to proposed sub grade surface If natural surface is below the formation level then the sub grade will be above the

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    Official Google Search Help Center where you can find tips and tutorials on using Google Search and other answers to frequently asked questions.

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  • Slope Stability - United States Army

    2014-5-7u2002·u2002soil and soft rock. Methods for analysis of slope stability are described and are illustrated by examples in the appendixes. Criteria are presented for strength tests, analysis conditions, and factors of safety. The criteria in this EM are to be used with methods of stability analysis that …

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