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185 LIST OF REFERENCES AASHTO (1994). LRFD Highway Bridges Design Specifications, SI Units, First Edition. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, D.C. Coduto, Donald P. (1994). Foundation Design Principles and Practices. Prentice Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 403-416. Davisson, M.T. (1972). “High Capacity Piles, Proceedings, Soil Mechanics Lecture Series on Innovations in Foundation Construction.” American Society of Civil Engineers, ASCE, Illinois Section, Chicago, 81-112. Florida Department of Transportation (1991). “Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction.” Tallahassee, Florida, 419-443. Florida Department of Transportation (1994). “Supplemental Specifications to the 1991 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction.” Tallahassee, Florida, 109-161. Florida Department of Transportation (1999). “Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction.” Tallahassee, Florida, 398-451. Gates, M. (1957). “Empirical Formula for Predicting Pile Bearing Capacity.” Engineering New Record, 26-28, 33-34.
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