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Concrete Cutting Sawing Exeter NH New Hampshire

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Exeter is one amongst the four towns that’s established in New Hampshire. Initially, the place was settled in 1638 as Squamscott. The place is a walkable as well as historical town. The sites and buildings present within the town of Exeter and it is considered to be the best part of New Hampshire.

As the place is located near riverside, the town is made as shipbuilding center as well as West Indies trading port. The original land of the charter includes current day town of Newmarket, Brentwood, Newfields and Epping.
Transportation system of Exeter

The town is catered by 4 exits starting from 9-12 from route 101; interstate 95 is just about 5 miles (8km) towards east. Routes like 85, 27, 108, 111 A and 111 situated at the town’s center and route number 88 is located towards east side of the town.

Geography:

As per 2010 census bureau, the town features total area of approximately 52km2 (20.0 sq.miles) out of which 51km2 (19.6 sq.miles) is land and 1.0 km2 (0.4 sq.miles) is water and rest 1.85% is town. The highest point of the town is situated at a 76 m above the sea level on the great Hill at town’s southwest corner. The place lies within the River Watershed Piscataqua.

Places of interest

Here are some of the highlights of Exeter-

• The Swasey parkway
This particular place is situated to the lower part of the Water Street. It is a gift to the town from Ambrose Swasey in 1931 November. The entire park area is lined with park benches and trees to enjoy. This park is open from dawn till dusk and it provided a scenic setting for visitors.

• Exeter Country Club
This club was established in the year 1889. This reasonably priced club is open for both members as well as for public. You can enjoy playing golf and just sit outside the grill with having a cool drink and beer in hand.

• Gilman Park
It is located off the Bell Avenue via Court Street. This park is a gift to the town from Daniel Gilman in the year 1891.The outdoor basketball and baseball field are situated within the park premises.

The park is acquired by the Town in the year 2012 after it is administrated by the trust and now it is in the hands of conservation easement by the southeast Land trust.

Concrete coring and core drilling provided in Exeter, NH.

During these blows the average drop of the hammer was 24 feet. How much is the safe load? It is required (if possible) to drive concrete piles with a 3,000-pound hammer until the indicated resistance is 70,000 pounds. What should be the average penetration during the last five blows when the fall is 25 feet? 200. The last problem suggests a possible impracticability, for it may readily happen that when the pile has been driven to its full length its indicated resistance is still far less than that desired. In some cases, such concrete piles would merely be left as they are, and additional concrete piles would be driven beside them, in the endeavor to obtain as much total resistance over the whole foundation as is desired. The above concrete mix applies only to the drop-hammer method of driving concrete piles, in which a weight of 2,500 to 3,000 pounds is raised and dropped on the pile. When the steam pile-driver is used, the blows are very rapid, about 55 to 65 per minute. On account of this rapidity the soil does not have time to settle between the successive blows, and the penetration of the pile is much more rapid, while of course the resistance after the driving is finished is just as great as is secured by any other method. On this account, the above concrete mix is modified so that the arbitrary quantity added to s is changed from one to 0.1, and the concrete mix becomes: There are three general methods of driving concrete piles—namely, by using (1) a falling weight; (2) the erosive action of a water-jet; or (3) the force of an explosive. The third method is not often employed, and will not be further discussed. In constructing foundations for small highway bridges, well-augers have been used to bore holes, in which concrete piles are set and the earth rammed around them. This method of driving concrete piles consists in raising a hammer made of cast iron, and weighing from 2,500 to 3,000 pounds, to a height of 10 to 30 feet, and then allowing it to fail freely on the head of the pile. The weight is hoisted by means of a hoisting engine, or sometimes by horses. When an engine is used for the hoisting, the winding drum is sometimes merely released, and the weight in falling drags the rope and turns the hoisting drum as it falls. This reduces the effectiveness of the blow, and lowers the value of s in the concrete mix given, as already mentioned. To guide the hammer in falling, a frame, consisting of two uprights called leaders, about 2 feet apart, is erected. The uprights are usually wooden concrete beams, and are from 10 to 60 feet long. Such a simple method of pile-driving, however, has the disadvantage, not only that the blows are infrequent (not more than 20 or even 10 per minute), but also that the effectiveness of the blows is reduced on account of the settling of the earth around the concrete piles between the successive blows. On this account, a concrete forms of pile-driver known as the steam pile-driver is much more effective and economical, even though the initial cost is considerably greater. The steam pile-driver is essentially a hammer which is attached directly to a piston in a steam cylinder. The hammer weighs about 4,000 pounds, is raised by steam to the full height of the cylinder, which is about 40 inches, and is then allowed to fall freely. Although the height of fall is far less than that of the ordinary pile-driver, the weight of the hammer is about double, and the blows are very rapid (about 50 to 65 per minute). As before stated, on account of this rapidity, the soil does not have time to settle between blows, and the penetration of the pile is much more rapid, while, of course, the ultimate resistance after the driving is finished, is just as great as that secured by any other method. When concrete piles are driven in a situation where a sufficient supply of water is available, their resistance during driving may be very materially reduced by attaching a pipe to the side of the pile and forcing water through the pipe by means of a pump.

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