pile bearing capacity

pile bearing capacity

The load on a pile, or the load per pile, on a group of piles, required to produce a condition of failure.
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and Gianeselli, L., Pile Bearing Capacity Prediction by Means of Static Penetrometer CPT, Proceedings of the 2nd European Symposium on Penetration Testing, ESOPTII, Amsterdam, 2, 1982, pp.
In the design process, the ultimate pile bearing capacity ([Q.sub.u]) is generally estimated as follows:
The focus is on the thermally induced displacement, thermally induced axial force, shear stress response at the pile-soil interface, and pile bearing capacity after thermal cycles.
The past studies focused on engineering issues such as pile bearing capacity [10-12] and vibrations and settlements transferred to the ground and structure [13-23].
Maizir, "Prediction of pile bearing capacity using a hybrid genetic algorithm-based ANN," Measurement, vol.
There are numerous methods for assessing pile bearing capacity and its distribution.
A comparison of pile bearing capacity results obtained using different methods Method Pile length, m Pile bearing Pile bearing capacity, kN capacity, kN Pile CPT (Geo5) Software Ultimate limit 27 4983 4303.48 stage (EN 1997-2) Schmertmann 20 6085 3721.41 de Ruiter and 20 5457 -- Beringen Bustamante 20 3535 6080.89 method (LCPC) NEN 6743 20 -- 6050.49 Table 7.
Ground movements and loss of pile bearing capacity may happen when tunneling adjacent to piles and also due to the results of deformations of adjacent pile foundations and more damages.
It aimed to investigate the influences of varying parameters such as the socketed depth, overburden pressure, and pile diameter on the pile bearing capacity.
Considering the relatively large sensitivity of pile bearing capacity and displacements on the variation of subsurface parameters as well as loading, numerical deterministic analysis alone may be inadequate.
In summary, the settlement distribution of composite foundation in different soil layers is very homogeneous when the thickness of cushion is around 1 m, while thick cushion will limit the development of the CFG pile bearing capacity. Therefore, cushion thickness of about 1 m is reasonable when CFG pile composite foundation is used in the treatment of saturated tailings dam.