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Publications tagged with [pile settlement]

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Nailed-slab System is a proposed alternative solution for rigid pavement problem on soft soils. Equivalent modulus of subgrade reaction (k’) can be used in designing of nailed-slab system. This modular is the cumulative of modulus of subgrade reaction from ...
Reference: International Journal of Civil & Environmental Engineering IJCEE-IJENS Vol: 12 No: 03
The paper describes the design of pile foundation on the site of the Elektrenai power plant, Lithuania. The foundation is aimed to support equipment of the power plant consisting of the gas turbine, the steam turbine and the generator. Besides high loads, ...
Reference: The 10th International Conference, Modern Building Materials, Structures and Techniques, May 19-21/2010 Lithuania
<p>Many piled foundations have been destroyed under significant cyclic loads in earthquakes. Centrifuge modelling of a single pile subjected to cyclic loads has been conducted to investigate the influence of cyclic loads on the axial performance of the single ...
Reference: 2010 GeoShanghai International Conference on Deep Foundations and Geotechnical In Situ Testing, ASCE Geotechnical Special Publication (205 GSP), pp. 143-148.
This paper summarizes a series of never-before reported axial compression load tests conducted on single micropiles that are embedded in or constructed on rock. These data are augmented by load tests on similar micropiles that have been reported by others. ...
Reference: Proceedings: Fifth International Conference on Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering, New York, NY, April 13-17, 2004
<p>A method is presented for the alalysis and prediction of single pile behaviour under maintained loading, based on the use of hyperbolic functions to describe individual shaft and base performance. When these funcitons are combined, and elastic pile shortening ...
Reference: Geotechnique 42, No 3, 411-425
The theories of vertical and horizontal subgrade reaction are based on the simplifying assumptions that the subgrade obeys Hooke's law, and that the subgrade reaction on the base of a rigid centrally loaded plate resting on the horizontal surface of the subgrade ...
Reference: Géotechnique, Volume 5, Issue 4, 01 December 1955, pages 297–326