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Publications tagged with [residual load]

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The paper reports the measurements and analyses and indicates the method for determining the residual load, the strain - dependent modulus of the test piles and the actual load distribution in the test piles.
Reference: "Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 48, No. 4., pp. 583-598"
Accurate representation of the geotechnical resistance distribution is critical in evaluating the performance of piles and pile groups for design. A current practice is to infer the geotechnical resistance distribution based on measured changes in strain during ...
Reference: Proceedings, Annual DFI Conference, Kansas City, MO, 2009
The analyses of the results of the static loading test have included correction for residual load caused by fully mobilized negative skin friction down to 10 m depth and fully mobilized positive shaft resistance below 30 m depth with approximately no transfer ...
Reference: "Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 41, No. 4., pp. 613-628"
This paper discusses the fallacy of the concept of the critical depth. The fallacy is due to neglecting residual loads in full-scale tests and stress-scale effects at model-scales, made measured load distribution appear linear below a certain "critical" depth. ...
Reference: Proceedings of the ICE - Geotechnical Engineering, Volume 113, Issue 2, 01 April 1995, pages107 –111
Analysis of the results from static loading tests on 11 m instrumented precast concrete piles. This paper offers conclusions drawn from the analyses of piles with regard to residual load and resistance distribution. A primary result of the analyses indicate ...
Reference: "Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 30, No. 3., pp. 455 - 463"
This paper describes three compression and one tension static loading tests in precast concrete pile driven into sand. The shaft resistance and the toe bearing were evaluated.
Reference: "Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 11 - 20."
Nonlinear finite element analysis was carried out to model three compression and one tension static loading tests in precast concrete pile driven into sand
Reference: "Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Vol. 29, No. 1,<br/>pp. 21 - 30"