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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lymon C Reese; W F Van Impe
|Description:||xxi, 507 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)|
|Contents:||Techniques for design Introduction Occurrence of laterally loaded piles Nature of the soil response Response of a pile to kinds of loading Models for use in analyses of a single pile Models for groups of piles under lateral loading Status of current state-of-the-art Derivation of equations and methods of solution Introduction Derivation of the differential equation Solution for Epy =kpyx Validity of the mechanics Models for response of soil and weak rock Introduction Mechanics concerning response of soil to lateral loading Influence of diameter on p-y curves Influence of cyclic loading Experimental methods of obtaining p-y curves Early recommendations for computing p-y curves p-y curves for clays p-y curves for sands above and below the water table p-y curves for layered soils p-y curves for soil with both cohesion and a friction angle Other recommendations for computing p-y curves Modifications to p-y curves for sloping ground Effect of batter Shearing force at bottom of pile p-y curves for weak rock Selection of p-y curves Structural characteristics of piles Introduction Computation of an equivalent diameter of a pile with a noncircular cross section Mechanics for computation of Mult and EpIp as a function of bending moment and axial load Stress-strain curves for normal-weight concrete and structural steel Implementation of the method for a steel h-section Implementation of the method for a steel pipe Implementation of the method for a reinforced-concrete section Approximation of moment of inertia for a reinforced-concrete section Analysis of groups of piles subjected to inclined and eccentric loading Introduction Approach to analysis of groups of piles Review of theories for the response of groups of piles to inclined and eccentric loads Rational equations for the response of a group of piles under generalized loading Laterally loaded piles Axially loaded piles Closely-spaced piles under lateral loading Proposals for solving for influence coefficients for closely-spaced piles under axial loading Analysis of an experiment with batter piles Analysis of single piles and groups of piles subjected to active and passive loading Nature of lateral loading Active loading Single piles or groups of piles subjected to active loading Passive loading Single piles or groups of piles subjected to passive loading Case studies Introduction Piles installed into cohesive soils with no free water Piles installed into cohesive soils with free water above ground surface Piles installed in cohesionless soils Piles installed into layered soils Piles installed in c-phi soil Piles installed in weak rock Analysis of results of case studies Comments on case studies Testing of full-sized piles Introduction Designing the test program Subsurface investigation Installation of test pile Testing techniques Loading arrangements and instrumentation at the pile head Testing for design of production piles Example of testing a research pile for p-y curves Summary Implementation of factors of safety Introduction Limit states Consequences of a failure Philosophy concerning safety coefficient Influence of nature of structure Special problems in characterizing soil Level of quality control Two general approaches to selection of factor of safety Global approach to selection of a factor of safety Method of partial factors (psf) Method of load and resistance factors (LRFD) Concluding comment Suggestions for design Introduction Range of factors to be considered in design Validation of results from computations for single pile Validation of results from computations for pile group Additional steps in design APPENDICES Broms method for analysis of single piles under lateral loading Nondimensional coefficients for piles with finite length, no axial load, constant Ep/Ip, and constant Epy Difference equations for step-tapered beams on foundations having variable stiffness Computer Program COM622 Non-dimensional curves for piles under lateral loading for case where Epy =kpyx Tables of values of efficiency measured in tests of groups of piles under lateral loading Horizontal stresses in soil near shaft during installation of a pile Use of data from testing uninstrumented piles under lateral loading to obtain soil response Eurocode principles related to geotechnical design Discussion of factor of safety related to piles under axial load|
|Responsibility:||Lymon C. Reese, William Van Impe.|