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Rajagopal C. , Solanki C. H. et al.
<p>In recent decade, dynamic load test is increasingly being used for pile load testing. Compare to static pile loading test, dynamic load test offers a considerable savings of time, cost and requires less space. This paper discuss the results of three dynamic ...
HYPERBOLIC P-Y MODEL FOR STATIC AND CYCLIC LATERAL LOADING DERIVED FROM FULL-SCALE LATERAL LOAD TESTING IN CEMENTED LOESS SOILS (2011)
Dapp S. D. , Brown D. A. et al.
A new hyperbolic model for generating P-Y curves is developed for use in lateral analyses of cemented soils (a C-φ soil with both cohesive intercept and friction angle), and includes degradation of the static loading soil response to model the effects of load ...
Fellenius B. H. , Kim S. R. et al.
The development of strain and long instrumented postdriving grouted cylinder piles is presented.
Basu D. , Salgado R. et al.
<p>This report focuses on the development of a new method of analysis of laterally loaded piles embedded in a multi-layered soil deposit treated as a three-dimensional continuum. Assuming that soil behaves as a linear elastic material, the governing differential ...
A case history of repeated dynamic and static loading tests in Alberta on two pipe piles during dissipation of driving-induced pore pressures is presented together with three reanalyzed published case histories involving similar records.
The design problem of piles is to address not the drag load but the location of the neutral plane and the settlement of the soil at the neutral plane.
Salem H. , Ramirez H. L. et al.
Behaviour of piles in liquefied soils is discussed based on results of recent<br>studies in Japan including (a) field performance and damage features of piles observed in the 1995 Kobe earthquake, (b) experimental findings from benchmark tests on full-size ...
Filed under: Earthquake Engineering - Seismic Soil - Structure InteractionReference: New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering Conference, 2006
Yetginer A. G. , White D. J. et al.
This Technical Note presents a back-analysis of the axial response of some field-scale tubular displacement piles installed by jacking. This study was motivated by the recent development of large pile-jacking rigs.