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SCOPE
REFERENCES
DIMENSIONS
IMPERIAL-METRIC CONVERSION TABLES
INTRODUCTION
SEQUENCE OF PLANNING
DEFINITION OF THE AIM
RECONNAISSANCE
ESTIMATE OF THE SITUATION
DETAILED PLAN
TIME AND LABOUR ESTIMATE
WORKS PROGRAM
MATERIAL, STORES, AND EQUIPMENT
ENGINEER HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRANSPORT
RESPONSIBILITIES
INSPECTION OF WORK
SUPERVISION
ALLOCATION OF WORK
CARRYING PARTIES
UNLOADING AND HANDLING STORES
NIGHT WORK
PROTECTION
ANNEX B EXAMPLE OF A SCHEDULING TABLE
SERVICE SHOVELS
ENTRENCHING TOOL
PICK AND MATTOCK
EARTH AUGER
Fig 3-2-6 Earth Auger and Extension
HAND ICE AUGER
Fig 3-2-7 Hand Ice Auger
AXES
TIMBER FASTENERS
GENERAL
TOOL SHARPENING
Fig 3-5-4 Correct Method of Using a File
MAINTAINING AND REPLACING WOODEN HANDLES
CARE OF THE HAND SAW
Fig 3-5-6 Difference In Cutting Edge
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MAJOR COMPONENTS
Fig 4-2-2 Parts of a Guide Bar
SAFETY PROCEDURES
OPERATING PROCEDURES
MAINTENANCE
Fig 4-2-4 Checking for Spread Bar Rails
CHAINSAW CHAIN RECONDITIONING AND REPAIR
Fig 4-2-7 Parts of a Chain
TYPES OF CHAIN
Fig 4-2-10 Ripping Chain
RECONDITIONING CUTTERS
SHARPENING ANGLES
Fig 4-2-11 Sharpening Angles
DEPTH GAUGE SETTINGS
SHARPENING CUTTERS
Fig 4-2-12 Using a File Guide
USING THE FILE GUIDE
SETTING THE DEPTH GAUGE
Fig 4-2-13 Setting the Depth Guage
PROBLEM SOLVING
CLEANING
FIELD REPAIR
EXTENDED STORAGE
TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
STORAGE
Fig 4-4-1 Stihl 4309 Power Auger
MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
SPECIFICATIONS
Fig 4-5-1 Milling Machine
Fig 4-5-2 Using the Milling Machine
STORAGE AND MAINTENANCE
Fig 5-1-1 Typical Compressor
COMPRESSOR COMPONENTS
Fig 5-2 Air In Line Lubricator
OPERATING HINTS
DESCRIPTION
STANLEY HP-1 PORTABLE POWER UNIT
Fig 6-2-1 Stanley HP-1
Fig 6-2-3 Speed Control Actuator Cylinder Adjustment
Fig 6-2-4 HP-1 Operating Controls
HYDRAULIC AUGER
HYDRAULIC AUGER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
M113 A2 HYDRAULIC TOOLS AND AUGER
Fig 6-2-7 The Dozer/Auger Selector Valve
Fig 6-2-11 Securing Auger Mast to Side Bracket
Fig 6-2-12 Turntable Locking Paw
Fig 6-2-13 M113a APC Hydraulic Control Levers and Functions
MLVW SEV HYDRAULIC TOOLS AND AUGER
Fig 6-2-14 MLVW SEV Hydraulic System Components
Fig 6-2-15 Selector Valve Levers
Fig 6-2-16 Positioning The Stabilizer
Fig 6-2-17 Mast Stowage Bracket and Stowage Pin
Fig 6-2-18 Mast Bore and Mast Locking Pin
Fig 6-2-19 Hose Reel Components
COLD WEATHER OPERATION
EXTREME HOT WEATHER
Fig 6-3-2 TMHTS Control Panel
OPERATION
INFLATABLE AIR BAGS (POWERMATS)
Fig 6-3-5 Powermat Components
Fig 6-3-6 Dual Controller Type 530
Fig 6-4-1 General Specifications For Hydraulic Tools
SM23 HYDRAULIC SUMP PUMP
Fig 6-4-2 Sm23 Hydraulic Sump Pump
CO23 HYDRAULIC CUTOFF SAW
CS06 HYDRAULIC CHAINSAW
BR67 AND BR45 HYDRAULIC BREAKERS
IW12 HYDRAULIC IMPACT WRENCH
HD45 HYDRAULIC HAMMER DRILL
HG60 HYDRAULIC GRINDER
Fig 6-4-8 HG60 Hydraulic Grinder
SK58 SINKER DRILL
Fig 6-4-9 Sk58 Sinker Drill
SELECTION OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT
Fig 7-1-1 Earthmoving Rule of Thumb
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OUTPUT
TRACKED DOZERS
Fig 7-2-5 Heavy Dozer with Ripper
Fig 7-2-6 Medium Dozer
WHEELED DOZERS
EXCAVATORS
LOADERS
INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR
GRADERS
SCRAPERS
Fig 7-2-15 Typical Towed Scraper
Fig 7-2-16 Typical Self-Propelled Scraper
DUMP TRUCKS
Fig 7-2-18 30 Ton Dump Trailer
a. compaction equipment;
ROCK CUSHERS
COMPACTION EQUIPMENT
Fig 7-3-1 Sheepsfoot Roller
PILE DRIVING EQUIPMENT
CRANES
Fig 7-4-1 Krupp Crane
FORKLIFTS
TRUCK TRACTOR AND TRAILERS
Fig 7-5-2 35 Ton Variable Deck Trailer
0.5 KILOWATT GENERATOR
5 KILOWATT GENERATOR
10 KILOWATT GENERATORS
Fig 8-1 Standard 10 kw Generator Specifications
OPERATOR MAINTENANCE
POWER DISTRIBUTION
RESOURCE CATEGORIES
NATURAL MATERIALS
SALVAGE MATERIALS
PREPARATION FOR FELLING
FELLING TREES
Fig 9-2-1 Scarf (notch) cut
Fig 9-2-2 Back Cut
Fig 9-2-3 Consecutive Cutting iwth a Chainsaw
Fig 9-2-4 Holding a Corner and Wedging
PREPARING THE LOG
Fig 9-2-5 Trimming
Fig 9-2-6 De-barking
Fig 9-3-2 Turning a Corner
FREE STANDING WALL DESIGN
Fig 9-3-3 Sandbag Walls
CORRUGATED GALVANIZED IRON
MASS OF SOME COMMONLY USED RESOURCES
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ROCK AND SOIL
INDIVIDUAL EFFORT
CARRYING PARTY PROCEDURES
Fig 10-1-1 Right and Wrong Way of Heaving on a Rope
LABOUR CONSTANTS
Fig 10-2-1 Examples of Levers
Fig 10-2-2 Levers
ROLLERS
Fig 10-2-3 Movable Rollers
PARBUCKLING AND WINDLASSING
Fig 10-2-4 Parbuckling
LEVELING
LEVELLING
NON-OPTICAL LEVELLING EQUIPMENT
Fig 11-1-1 Carpenter’s Level
Fig 11-1-2 Field Levels
Fig 11-1-3 Boning Rods
IMPROVISED LEVELLING DEVICES
BATTER BOARDS
ABNEY HAND LEVEL
Fig 11-1-6 Abney Hand Level
LINEAR MEASUREMENTS
Fig 11-2-2 Slope of a Sand Bag Wall
GEOMETRIC FIGURES
Fig 11-3-2 Parallelograms
Fig 11-3-3 Trapezoid
Fig 11-3-4 Parts of a Circle
FIELD GEOMETRY
Fig 11-3-5 Setting Out a Right Angle
Fig 11-3-6 Setting Out a Right Angle Away from a Line
Fig 11-3-7 Constructing an Angle of 60°
Fig 11-3-8 Constructing an Angle of 45°
Fig 11-3-9 Bisecting Angles and Forming Parallel Lines
MEASURING A GAP
Fig 11-3-10 Measuring a Gap
Fig 11-3-11 Measuring a Gap
CALCULATING HEIGHT
Fig 11-4-1 Establishing Height
Fig 11-4-2 Gradients and Vertical Change of Certain Angles
Fig 11-4-3 Gradients and Vertical Change of Certain Angles (Tangent Law)
Fig 11-4-4 Finding Height of an Object (Method 1)
Fig 11-4-5 Finding Height of an Object (Method 2)
AREA OF IRREGULAR FIGURES
Fig 11-4-6 Areas of Parts of Circles
Fig 11-4-8 Volume of Regular Solids
ESTIMATING DISTANCE, AREA AND VOLUME
CONCRETE GENERAL
MATERIALS
PROPERTIES OF COMPONENTS
WATER-CEMENT RATIO
VOLUME BATCHING
WEIGHT BATCHING
ALL-IN AGGREGATE
MIXING
PRE-MIXED CONCRETE
TRANSPORTING
PLACING
Fig 12-3-1 Placing Concrete
COMPACTING
Fig 12-4-2 Control Joints
SIMPLE REINFORCED SLABS
Fig 12-5-1 Reinforcement Position
Fir 12-5-2 Spacers
CONSTRUCTION
Fig 12-6-1 Typical Formwork
REMOVAL AND MAINTENANCE
TESTING AGGREGATE
TESTING CONCRETE
TIMBER JOINTS
Fig 13-3 Improvised Base Plate
Fig 13-5 Oblique Butt Joint
TIMBER SPLICES
Fig 13-8 Variations of the Half Lap Joint
Fig 13-11 Halved Splice
Fig 14-1-1 Types of Bridges
PARTS OF A BRIDGE
BANKSEATS FOR DECK BRIDGES
Fig 14-1-2 Bankseats
BANKSEATS FOR THROUGH BRIDGES
GRILLAGES
CRIB PIERS
Fig 14-2-2 Piers of Steel Bridging Cribs
TRESTLE PIERS
Fig 14-2-4 Example Framed Timber Trestle
PREPARATION OF PILES
Fig 14-3-1 Typipcal Timber Piles
DRIVING PILES ON DRY LAND
Fig 14-3-2 Positioning a Piling Rig
Fig 14-3-3 Waling Frame for 9 m Sheet Piling
Fig 14-3-4 Measuring the”Set” of a Pile
DRIVING BEARING PILES IN WATER
Fig 14-3-5 Positioning Piles in Water
DRIVING SHEET PILES
Fig 14-3-7 Sequence of Driving Sheet Piles iN Short Lengths
IMPROVISED PILE DRIVING
LAUNCHING METHODS
Fig 14-4-1 Launching by Derrick and Preventer Method
Fig 14-4-2 One Method of Launching Roadbearers
Fig 14-4-3 Launching with Dozers
CONTROL OF LAUNCHING
JACKING DOWN
Fig 14-4-5 Distributing a Jacking Load
USE OF CRANES
SUPERSTRUCTURE
FIXING ROADBEARERS
FIXING THE DECKING
FIXING TIMBER WEARING SURFACE AND RIBANDS
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE TASKS
PROTECTION AGAINST FLOATING MINES, DEBRIS AND ICE
Fig 14-4-9 Concertina Booms
Fig 14-4-10 Completed Ice Breaker
ANCHORAGES FOR FLOATING BRIDGES
PERSONNEL WATER CROSSING DEVICES
Fig 14-5-2 Six Can Raft
Fig 14-5-3 Gound Sheet or Poncho Raft
VEHICLE CROSSING DEVICES
Fig 14-5-4 Inner Tube Float
Fig 14-5-5 Canvas Pontoon Raft
Fig 14-5-7 Gasoline Drum Float
MILITARY LOAD CLASSIFICATION SIGNS FOR BRIDGES AND RAFTS
Fig 14-6-1 Standard Bridge and Raft Load Classification Signs
MILITARY LOAD CLASSIFICATION SIGNS FOR VEHICLES
TERMINOLOGY
HELICOPTER LANDING POINT CRITERIA
Fig 15-1-1 Dimensions of Helicopter Landing Points
TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
VISUAL IDENTIFICATION
DAY MARKING
NIGHT MARKING
Fig 5-2-1 “T” and “Y” Lighting Systems
Fig 15-2-2 National Preferences for Night Approach Lighting
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