Excavation

Excavations and trenches are special cases of confined space. (A trench is a narrow excavation less than 5 m wide and deeper than its width. An excavation is an opening or depression dug into the earth’s surface.) 

Excavation

Nowadays, with the excavation cleared out, the gravitational settling is sufficient to determine a parabolic trajectory to the initially horizontal inertial motion of saltating granules, which arrive at the upper edge of the excavation and fall in the bottom without impacting on the monument or hitting only the edge of the basement.

Excavations and trenches are special cases of confined space. (A trench is a narrow excavation less than 5 m wide and deeper than its width. An excavation is an opening or depression dug into the earth’s surface.)

 Excavations can be classified, from the point of view of their purpose, as planned, rescue, or accidental. Most important excavations are the result of a prepared plan—that is to say, their purpose is to locate buried evidence about an archaeological site. Many are project oriented, as, for example, when a scholar studying the life of the pre-Roman

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