publication . Other literature type . Report . 1999

Pile Design Based on Cone Penetration Test Results

Rodrigo Salgado; Junhwan Lee;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 1999
  • Publisher: Purdue University
  • Country: United States
Abstract
The bearing capacity of piles consists of both base resistance and side resistance. The side resistance of piles is in most cases fully mobilized well before the maximum base resistance is reached. As the side resistance is mobilized early in the loading process, the determination of pile base resistance is a key element of pile design. Static cone penetration is well related to the pile loading process, since it is performed quasi-statically and resembles a scaled-down pile load test. In order to take advantage of the CPT for pile design, load-settlement curves of axially loaded piles bearing in sand were developed in terms of normalized base resistance (qb/qc)...
Subjects
free text keywords: piles, sands, cone penetration test, bearing capacity, constitutive model, finite element analysis, limit states design, calibration chamber test, SPR-2142, Civil Engineering, Materials science, Pile, Lateral earth pressure, Relative density, Geotechnical engineering, Limit state design, Finite element method, Load testing, computer.software_genre, computer
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