anchor pile

anchor pile

[′aŋ·kər ‚pīl]
(civil engineering)
A pile that is located on the land side of a bulkhead or pier and anchors it through such devices as rods, cables, and chains.

anchor pile

A pile behind a retaining wall to which tie-back rods or cables are connected.
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Such as plate pile retaining wall, pull anchor pile retaining wall and door type pile retaining wall have their own conditions of use [7-23].
Among them are the failure of the South Pass 70 "B" Platform in Hurricane Camille, dynamic effects of wind on offshore structures, the influence of chain friction on anchor pile design, and forces of a large cylinder in random two-dimensional flows.
Also installed were four sets of anchor pile support assemblies along the 20-inch line to provide extra support against soft bottom soil.
Construction and turnkey supply of a multi-purpose vessel spillage incident and for transport tasks in the area of ??East Frisian coast, the vessel length 39.0 m, width 9.0 m and depth as the island catering 1.35m;the ship is equipped with lateral oil absorption systems and cargo tanks for oil receiving and receives as an island catering a hydraulic crane, a stern ramp, an anchor pile and an approximately 5 x 20 m wide, navigable cargo area.
6 kn / m2), with a wooden deck anchored with anchor piles, equipped with in entrance traps, guard rails and half-decks making it easier to get out of kayaks (in the existing bay of the drweca river), a floating bridge must be a finished product made by the producer, (the ordering party does not
Thyssenkrupp Infrastructure will be making a major contribution to the construction of the foundation, with a total of three vibration units and over 1,200 tons of ASF anchor piles with a diameter of 640mm and a thickness of 90mm, it stated.
At the moment railway contact network is being reconstructed on the Guzdek-Sumgait section, and 69 piles, 6 reinforced concrete piles, 6 anchor piles, 41 cantilever piles, 3 cavity ties have been installed, Abbas Gemberov, head of Capital Repair LLC, told Trend.
The test system consisted of reaction steel beam, anchor piles, and hydraulic jacks, with two anchor piles used to provide counter-force.
The SBMs are kept in place by securing them to the seabed by chains and anchor piles and each one is fitted with a large bearing (4 metres in diameter) which allows the tanker and the floating hose string to rotate completely during the crude oil loading operation and also transfer the mooring load of the tanker to the anchoring chains.
The scope of work includes detailed engineering design, surveys, procurement, fabrication, load out, tie down/sea fastening, tow-out/sail-out, transportation, installation, hook-up, pre-commissioning and commissioning of 115- km rigid submarine pipelines in nine segments, relocation of an existing SBM, installation of a PLEM along with anchor piles and topside modifications of four existing platforms.
Technip said that contract award covers a broad scope of work, including removal of the existing Schiehallion FPSO and mooring system, recovery of all existing flexible risers and dynamic umbilical systems, positioning and installation of a new FPSO and associated mooring system and anchor piles, supply and installation of 21 dynamic flexible risers, installation of four static and dynamic umbilicals, coating, welding and installation of 15 steel pipelines, totalling 50 kilometres, supply and installation of numerous flexible jumpers and installation of various manifolds, jumpers and infrastructure associated with the field development.