jacked pile

jacked pile

A pile (usually sections of pipe spliced together) which is forced into the ground to a bearing stratum, jacking it against a building or structure above; used primarily for underpinning.
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[22] proposed a new prediction method of total shaft resistance to predict the sinking resistance of jacked piles with CPT in a multilayer soil at the Pearl river delta alluvial plain.
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