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Publications tagged with [pile capacity]

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<p>Based on experience and extrapolation, it is found that the best way to predict pile behavior is to perform a pile loading test. In this study a comparison between the static and dynamic load tests results was made to evaluate the ability of the High Strain ...
Reference: The Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering
<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 ...
Reference: EJGE - Electronin Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, Vol. 17 [2012]
On the basis of load tests undertaken during the course of major projects, it has been established, that drilled shafts show particular behaviour with respect to skin friction in Cyprus alluvial formations. In general, skin friction and pile capacity as determined ...
Reference: 6th Hellenic Conference on Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, Volos, Greece
Much of the agreement and non-agreement in such papers is due to that many of the comparisons include mistakes and a few sources of such are illustrated and explained. A case of over reliance on blow-count is presented.
Reference: Stress Wave, Lisbon, 2008
This paper describes the prediction of piles and drill shaft capacities based on static and dynamic tests of the ISC'2.
Reference: "Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 44, No. 4., pp.201-220"
The paper presents the data and discousses the various methods of determining pile capacity and addresses influence of set up.
Reference: Current practice and future trends in deep foundatios, Vancouver Canada
This paper describes six methods to determine axial pile capacity directly from cone penetration tests data.
Reference: "Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 34, No. 6., pp. 886 - 904, 1997"
<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
To shed light on the question, the Author sent a disk containing records from four blows to all individuals trained to perform a CAPWAP analysis asking each to send back the results of his best match. This paper reports the compilation of the analyses received ...
Reference: Conference on the Application of Stress-Wave Theory to Piles, Ottawa, May 25 - 27, 1988