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The paper presents the findings to reaffirm the principle that design of a piled foundation requires the analysis of the interaction between load transfer, soil settlement and pile toe load movement response.
Reference: Geotechnical Engineering Journal of the SEAGS & AGSSEA Vol. 42, No. 2, 2011
<p>This paper applies numerical limit analyses to evaluate the ultimate bearing capacity of a surface footing resting on a rock mass whose strength can be described by the generalized Hoek-Brown failure criterion.</p>
Reference: International Journal of Rock Mechanics & Mining Sciences 43 (2006) 920-937
This manual is about the general principles of bridge foundations.
The bearing capacity of square and rectangular shallow footings is typically<br>calculated using semi-empirical modifications of a strict solution to a strip footing over a weightless half-space. Two other approaches are presented in this paper for solving ...
Reference: Foundations of Civil and Environmental Enginnering, No.1, 2002
It is suggested that the behavior of a small or large diameter footing as well as a pile toe is governed by compression of the soil below the footing or pile toe and not by bearing capacity.
Reference: DFI Annual Meeting, October 14 - 16, 1999
<p>This paper is about foundations on Shale and Sandstone in the Sydney Region and includes relevant research findings and revisions of the original 1978 paper for classification system of shale and sandstone, guidelines and parameters.</p>
Reference: Australian Geomechanics - Dec 1998
Limit loads on footings (bearing capacity) can be conveniently analyzed using the kinematic approach of limit analysis. Nonsymmetrical loads on strip footings include the horizontal component of the load and the moment. They can be also represented as load ...
Reference: SOILS AND FOUNDATIONS Vol. 38, No. 4,195-203, Dec. 1998 Japanese Geotechnical Society
Results of finite element analysis of settlement for footings of three sizes placed in two different sand types show that the settlement in sand is a direct function of neither footing size nor soil density. Instead, the settlement should be related to the ...
Reference: "Conference on Vertical and Horizontal Deformations for Foundations and Embankments, Geotechnical Special Publication, GSP, No. 40"
The purpose of this manual is to provide guidelines for calculation of the bearing capacity of soil under shallow and deep foundations supporting various types of structures and embankments
Reference: EM 1110-1-1905