Reference : Numerical Modelling of Tension Piles
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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/30094
Numerical Modelling of Tension Piles
English
Van Baars, Stefan mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Engineering Research Unit >]
Van Niekerk, W.J. [Ballast Nedam]
1999
Beyond 200 in Computational Geotechnics
Balkema
237-246
Yes
No
International
905809040x
Beyond 200 in Computational Geotechnics
18-20 March 1999
Plaxis & TUDelft
Delft
Netherlands
[en] tension piles ; shaft friction ; installation effect ; bearing capacity ; case study ; CPT
[en] For determinations of the ultimate tension capacity of a piled foundation, often use is
made of empirical relations between soil strength and skin friction. The disadvantage of these
(analytical) methods is that they are in general not very accurate for most soil conditions. Therefore a numerical method for determination of the ultimate bearing capacity is presented here. Results were successively compared with actual test results which were measured during pile tests. It was found that the numerical model assessed the actual pile bearing capacity more closely than analytical models based on empirical calculation rules. Therefore lower factors of safety can be accepted. The behaviour of the (virtual) interface between pile and soil significantly influences the behaviourof the pile.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/30094

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