Published: Jan 1992
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Diaphragm walls are discontinuous structures composed of individual panels. Making the joints between the panels watertight has been a problem for decades. The CWS system is a technique that allows the construction of geometrically well defined joints equipped with watertight devices such as waterstop blades.
engineer, Entreprise Bachy, Rueil-Malmaison,
Paper ID: STP19720S