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How much lateral wall movement can be expected
with a slurry wall?

Lateral movements depend on the lateral loads imposed on the slurry wall, the soils in which the slurry wall is installed and on the vertical span between bracing levels. Allowable lateral movements depend on the sensitivity to movement of structures and utilities in the vicinity of the slurry wall. Specified maximum allowable movements in congested urban areas are generally between 1 and 3.

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