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Publications tagged with [concrete piles]

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<p>A comprehensive literature review was conducted to examine the current state of knowledge regarding passive piles which specifically focused on the recently adopted design methods for landslide prevention. Of all the publications compiled and reviewed for ...
Reference: International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology
<p>This paper uses a hybrid method for analysis and design of slope stabilizing piles that was developed in a preceding paper by the writers. The aim of this paper is to derive insights about the factors influencing the response of piles and pile-groups. Axis-to-axis ...
Reference: Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, Vol. 137, No. 7, July 1, 2011.
<p>This paper describes a numerical approach for the design of drilled shafts to reinforce slopes. The approach uses the program FLAC and the strength reduction method to predict the Factor of Safety of the improved slope. The method successfully predicted ...
Reference: Earth Retention Conference 3 Proceedings of the 2010 Earth Retention Conference, Bellevue, Washington
<p>A histrorically slopw moving embankment fill landslide on Secondary Highway 682:02 accelerated to failure in the spring of 2007. The landslide was translational with the failure plane cocated between 4.5 and 6.5m depth within native lacustrine clay. The ...
Reference: GeoHalifax 2009
The purpose of this article is to outline some essential properties of concrete that allow drilled shafts to be constructed with high quality and structural integrity. A good chef pays close attention to quality ingredients, carefully measured and mixed to ...
Reference: Foundation Drilling, ADSC, Dallas, TX, Nov., pp. 16-24.
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This paper describes problems associated with cracked or damaged wedge splices based on dynamic monitoring and uplift loading tests.
Reference: Fourth International Conference on the Application of Stress-Wave Theory to Piles, Ed. F.B.J. Barends, DenHague, September 21-24, 1992
Static and dynamic tests compared with CAPWAP analysis of restrike data and analysis of static data investigation set up time, toe resistance mobilization and settlement.
Reference: Fourth International Conference on the Application of Stress-Wave Theory to Piles, Ed. F.B.J. Barends, DenHague, September 21-24, 1992.
Two brief case histories are presented, where damage to concrete piles was discovered by means of dynamic measurements using the Pile Driving Analyzer.
Reference: "Proceedings of the 1st International, Seminar on the Application of Stress-wave Theory to Piles, Stockholm, 1980, H. Bredenberg"
Bellow hose settlement gauges were used to measure vertical soil heave during the installation of concrete piles in sensitive marine clay. The equipment is described and the sources of error are discussed.
Reference: Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 16, 233-235 (1979)
The composite concrete piles and the issues in design are described in this paper.
Reference: "Proceedings of the Conference on Recent Development in the Design and Construction of Piles, the Institution of Civil Engineers, London 1979"