Views Read Edit View history. However, I have not yet worked on a site where ground conditions prohibited the use of foundations beyond prescribed minimum depths, so maybe I'm in for a shock! How do it know to do that? The groundwater table was down at 5 m 15 ft. Frost line depth It seems to me that BigH is right on the money on several accounts.
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Contrary to your statement, I do follow the local code, and as a minimum! As with anything it is important to justify your decisions, and if this is done then in my experience good sense tends to prevail. The soil, however, was clean medium to coarse sand to depth. When one is applying a frost line criteria shouldn't one think, too, as to whether the material is frost susceptible and where the groundwater is located? I don't think that we are in a situation where building codes superseded engineering principles just yet. Soil Glaciology Ground freezing Foundations buildings and structures.
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Frost line depth I don't think that we are in a situation where building codes superseded engineering principles just yet. So maybe better to bring those foundation to 0. Frost line depth Interesting question. Soil Glaciology Ground freezing Foundations buildings and structures. Frost line depth " in the colder climate of northern USA states, with deeper "frost peroration", many non-heated buildings are on a slab on grade, yet heaving of the slabs seems to be a minimal problem, at least in my experience" Very interesting and totaly contradicts the regulation requirements.
Description:The frost depth depends on the climatic conditions of an area, the heat transfer properties of the soil and adjacent materials, and on nearby heat sources. Typically UK building codes specify that foundations be located a minimum of 0. Not to be confused with the geographical feature Snow line. So, yes, I always consider frost depth when designing my foundation depths. Finally, in tropical regions, frost line may refer to the vertical geographic elevation below which frost does not occur. We agreed that this forcast is somewhat exaggerated but you never know what might happen and if it does youll be to blame to not designing by regulations. Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate.