A ground anchor is a restraining device that is installed in natural or man-made formations or structures (e.g. rock formations and earth retaining structures). Ground anchors are stressed using tension anchors to prevent structural movement, and are designed to transfer loads from these formations and structures to a fixed and stable foundation. Ground anchors may either be temporarily or permanently used to support formations, foundations and structures.
Typical Method of Statement for Ground Anchor
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