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Static and dynamic lateral loading of pile groups

Static and dynamic lateral loading of pile groups

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Published by National Academy Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Piling (Civil engineering),
  • Bridges -- Live loads.,
  • Bridges -- Foundations and piers.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD.A. Brown ... [et al.].
    SeriesNCHRP report,, 461, Report (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) ;, 461.
    ContributionsBrown, D. A., National Cooperative Highway Research Program., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTE7 .N25 no. 461, TA780 .N25 no. 461
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (in various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3961722M
    ISBN 10030906712X
    LC Control Number2001135525
    OCLC/WorldCa48887751

    The magnitude of seismic forces induced within a building, during an earthquake, depends on its natural period of vibration. The traditional approach . A layout plan of the test piles and pile groups is shown in Fig. 3. Piles 1 and 2 were tested in compression. Pile groups 3 and 4 each consisting of five piles and, capped with a rigid cap resting on the ground, were tested in compression. The piles were spaced at two-pile diameters in group 3 and at three-pile diameters in group 4.

      Ultimate load capacity of individual pile or group of piles (Group pile) (Qu) Depending upon characteristics of the soil Qu=Qp+Qs Qu=Ultimate failure load Qp=Point resistance of the pile Qs= Shaft resistance developed by friction between the soil and pile Load (Q) Qp QsQs Static method for bored piles in clay   Zhou et al. [27] has reported the static load test of postgrouted pile, whereas this paper examines both static and dynamic load tests of piles on the same case study. In order to determine the load transfer behavior of piles under compressive and uplift static load tests, wire vibration strain-reinforced bars are commonly used.

    chapter single piles—static capacity and lateral loads pile pole - mb chapter single piles dynamic analysis load - mb chapter pile foundations - kb chapter drilled piers or - kb chapter design of foundations for vibration - kb.   - pile groups, - performance of static and dynamic test loading and integrity tests, - load-bearing behaviour and verifications for piles under cyclical, dynamic and impact actions - quality assurance for construction. An appendix with numerous calculation examples completes the work.


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Proceedings of the Co-operative Party annual conference held in Great Yarmouth, Easter, 1950.

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"Dynamic" p-multipliers were established to relate the dynamic load transfer curves of a pile in a group to the dynamic load transfer curves for a single pile.

The dynamic p -multipliers were found to vary with the spacing between piles, soil type, peak amplitude of loading, and the angle between the line connecting any two piles and the Cited by: This report contains the findings of a study to develop and validate an improved design method for pile groups under static and dynamic lateral loads.

The report includes recommendations for estimating the distribution of load to piles in a group and provides guidance on analytical methods for predicting dynamic response. This report contains the findings of a Static and dynamic lateral loading of pile groups book to develop and validate an improved design method for pile groups under static and dynamic lateral loads.

The report includes recommendations for estimating the distribution of load to piles in a group and provides guidance on analytical methods for predicting dynamic by: STATIC AND DYNAMIC LATERAL LOADING OF PILE GROUPS SUMMARY Groups of piles, commonly used to support bridge structures, are frequently subjected to lateral loadings during extreme events, such as vessel impacts and earthquakes.

To improve our understanding of pile group behavior, a series of static and dynamic lateral load tests were performed on two full-scale pile groups at the Salt Lake International Airport. Results from the first pile group test were reported previously by Rollins et al ().

Abstract Response of a group pile under static and dynamic lateral load is studied using a geotechnical centrifuge with an arm length of m. The group pile consists of 9 piles in a 3 × 3 pattern with a spacing of three times a pile diameter center to center.

Soil–pile interaction Pile groups Continuum modelling of pile groups Distribution of load in pile groups under static and dynamic loading Preliminary findings for this study appear in the conference paper Finn et al. (), which was presented in Kyoto, Japan at 14IACMAG.

The p-y curve method considering non-linear soil-structure-interaction is most frequently used when the pile foundations are designed for lateral loading conditions. In this study, a series of centrifuge tests was carried out on a pile foundation in dry sand to analyze the lateral pile behavior for static loading and dynamic loading conditions.

The effect of soil–pile separation is studied with respect to the performance of a laterally loaded pile group. Full-scale tests, which consist of a combination of a single and a 3 × 5 group pile under static and dynamic lateral loads, present a unique opportunity and allow a rigorous study without arbitrary parameter back-fitting.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Static and dynamic lateral loading of pile groups. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, (OCoLC) The instrumentation allowed the determination of both bending moments and shear forces at the head of each pile.

Lateral load tests of 3 x 3 to 7 x pile groups. Analytical expressions for soil stiffness for a group of piles were obtained for both plane strain and three‐dimensional conditions. A comparison between these two expressions revealed that a concept of a Winkler soil model could be applicable to pile group problems for the frequency range higher than the fundamental natural frequency of the soil deposit.

Pile foundations supporting bridge piers, offshore platforms, and marine structures are required to resist not only static loading but also lateral dynamic loading.

The static p y curves are. LATERAL CAPACITY OF PILE GROUPS The lateral deflection of a pile group is typically 2 to 3 times larger than the deflection of a single pile. Piles in trailing rows of pile groups have significantly less lateral load resistance than piles in the lead row. Laterally loaded pile groups have a group efficiency less than 1.

The maximum test load to be applied must be agreed in advance so that the test pile, pile cap (if required) and the load testing equipment (reaction piles/kentledge/ hydraulic ram and pump/bi-directional load cell/rapid or dynamic test energy) can all be designed or chosen so as to apply the maximum test load safely.

There are different dynamic loads that can act on piles: earthquake forces, wave forces, wind forces, machine unbalances etc. Here, the emphasis is primarily on conditions relevant to earthquake loading.

Dealt with are properties and behavior of single piles and pile groups. Static Load Test. Like the dynamic load test, a Static Load test can be done to evaluate the bearing capacity of the pile. In the Static Load Test, the test load will be applied by hydraulic jacking against Kent ledge (concrete blocks) with the load being measured by calibrated and certified pressure gauges on the selected pile.

For a group of n piles, the foundation lateral flexibility matrix is a symmetric Nonlinear lateral interaction in pile dynamics ca o 4J o e4 0 Superposition Approach I I 1 i 4 1 I I l I o.o o. o.e o.e Loading Ratio P/Pu 14 o 10 B. Occasionally, a three-pile test group (two anchor piles and one test pile) is used for static load tests in tension (refer to Appendix F, Pile Dynamic Analysis, Static Pile Load Testing and Field Acceptance Criteria).

Loads are applied in increments; typically equal to 5% of the design load. FM CHAPTER 7 DISTRIBUTION OF LOADSON PILE GROUPS Section I. DESIGN LOADS Basic design.

The load carried by an individual pile or group. Static response of a pile - KB Full-scale study presenting results of bidirectional static loading tests on a single pile and a group of 13 piles in silty sand.

Common-mistakes in static loading-test procedures and result analyses - KB Examples of mistakes in static loading tests that impacted analysis of results.Beranda EBOOK Static and Dynamic Lateral Loading of Pile Groups.

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Twitter. Pinterest. WhatsApp. The report also describes experimental equipment for performing site-specific, static, and dynamic lateral load tests on pile groups. Several full-scale field tests were conducted on pile groups of 6 to 12 piles, both bored and driven, in relatively soft cohesive and cohesionless soils.