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Pile Design and Construction Practice

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Updated to reflect the current usage of Eurocode 7, along with relevant parts of the British Standards, Pile Design and Construction Practice, Sixth Edition maintains the empirical correlations of the original—combining practical know how with scientific knowledge —and emphasizing relevant principles and applications of soil mechanics and design.


Características

  • ISBN: 978-1-46-659263-6
  • Páginas: 608
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Ingles
  • Año: 2014

Compra bajo pedidoDisponibilidad: 15 a 30 Días

Contenido Pile Design and Construction Practice

Features

    Covers the main types of piling from A to Z
    Aligns with Eurocode 7
    Focuses on engineering design and construction practice
    Presents useful, practical information for students

Summary

Written to Eurocode 7 and the UK National Annex

Updated to reflect the current usage of Eurocode 7, along with relevant parts of the British Standards, Pile Design and Construction Practice, Sixth Edition maintains the empirical correlations of the original—combining practical know how with scientific knowledge —and emphasizing relevant principles and applications of soil mechanics and design. Contractors, geotechnical engineers and engineering geologists responsible for designing and constructing piled foundations can find the most current types of pile, piling equipment, and relevant methods in this latest work. The book summarizes recent changes, including new codified design procedures addressing design parameters and partial safety factors. It also presents several examples, many based on actual problems.

Broad and Comprehensive In Its Coverage

    Contains material applicable to modern computational practice
    Provides new sections on the construction of micropiles and CFA piles, pile-soil interaction, verification of pile materials, piling for integral bridge abutments, use of polymer stabilising fluids, and more
    Includes calculations of the resistance of piles to compressive loads, pile groups under compressive loading, piled foundations for resisting uplift and lateral loading, and the structural design of piles and pile groups
    Covers marine structures, durability of piled foundations, ground investigations, and pile testing
    Addresses miscellaneous problems such as machinery foundations, underpinning, mining subsidence areas, geothermal piles, and unexploded ordnance

Pile Design and Construction Practice, Sixth Edition serves as a comprehensive guide for practicing geotechnical engineers and engineering geologists. This text also works as a resource for piling contractors and graduate students studying geotechnical engineering.

General principles and practices

- Function of piles
- History
- Calculations of load-carrying capacity
- Dynamic piling formulae
- Introduction of eurocodes and other standards
- Responsibilities of employer and contractor
- References

Types of pile

- Classification of piles

  - Large-displacement piles ( driven types )
  - Large-displacement piles ( driven types and cast in place )
  - Small-displacement piles
  - Replacement piles
  - Composite piles
  - Minipiles and micropiles
  - Selection of pile type

- Driven displacement piles

   - Timber piles
   - Precast concrete piles
   - Jointed precast concrete piles
   - Steel piles
   - Shoes for street piles
   - Yield stresses for steel piles

- Driven and cast-in-place displacement piles

  - General
  - Withdrawable-tube types
  - Shell types
  - Stresses on driven and cast-in-place piles
  - Rotary displacement auger piles
  - Helical plate screw piles
  - Vibrated concrete columns

- Replacement piles

  - General
  - Bored and cast-in place piles
  - Continnuous flight piles
  - Drilled-in tubular piles

- Composite piles

- Micropiles and minipiles

   
  - Minipiles
  - Micropiles

- Pre-packed piles

- Factors governing choice of type of pile

 
  - Driven displacement piles
  - Driven and cast-in-place displacement piles
  - Bored and cast-in-place replacement piles
  - Choice of pile materials

- References

Piling equipment and methods

- Equipment for driven piles

  - Piling frames
  - Crane-supported leaders
  - Trestle guides
  - Piling hammers
  - Piling vibrators
  - Selection of type of piling hammer
  - Noise and vibration control in pile driving
  - Pile helmets and driving caps
  - Jetting piles

- Equipment for installing driven and cast-in-place piles

- Equipment for installing bored and cast-in-place piles

   
   - Power augers
   - Boring with casing oscillators
   - Continuous flight auger drilling rigs
   - Drilling with a kelly
   - Reverse-circulation drilling rigs
   - Large grab rigs
   - Tripod rigs
   - Drilling for piles with bentonite slurry and support fluids
   - Base and shaft grouting o boved and cast-in-place piles

- Procedure in pile installation

  - Driving timber piles
  - Driving precast ( including prestressed ) concrete piles
  - Driving steel piles
  - Driving and concreting steel shell piles
  - Installations of withdrawable-tube types o driven and cast-in-place piles
  - Installations of bored and cast-in-place piles by power auger equipment
  - Installing continuous flight auger piles
  - Concreting pile shafts under water
  - Installations of bored and cast-in place piles by grabbing,vibratory and reverse-circulation rigs
  - Installations of bored and cast-in place piles by tripod rigs
  - Installation of raking piles
  - Withdrawal of temporary casings
  - Positional tolerances
 
- Constructing piles in groups

- References


Calculating the resistance of piles to compressive loads

- General considerations

  - Basic approach to the calculation of pile resistance
  - Behaviour of a pile under load
  - Determining allowable loads on piles using allowable stress methods
  - Determining design loads and resistances in compression using the procedure in Eurocode BS EN 1997-1:2004 Geotechnical design
 
- Calculations for piles in fine-grained soils

  - Driven displacement piles
  - Driven and cast-in place displacement piles
  - Bored and cast.in place non-displacement piles
  - Time effects on pile resistance in clays

- Piles in coarse-grained soils

  - General
  - Driven piles in coarse-grained soils
  - Piles with open ends driven into coarse-grained soils
  - Driven and cast-in-place piles in coarse-grained soils
  - Bored and  cast-in-place piles in coarse-grained soils
  - Use of in situ tests to predict the ultimate resistance of piles in coarse-grained soils
  - Tubular steel piles in coarse grained soils

- Piles in soils intermediate between sands and clays

- Piles in layered fine- and coarse-grained soils

- Settlement of the single pile at the applied load for piles in soil

- Piles bearing on rock


  - Driven piles
  - Driven and cast-in-place piles
  - Bored and cast-in-place piles
  - Settlement of the single pile at tha applied load for pile in rocks
  - Eurocode recommendations for piles in rock

- Piles in fill:negative skin friction
 
   - Estimating negative skin friction
   - Partial factors for negative skin friction
   - Minimising negative skin friction

- Soil–pile interaction

  - Axially loaded single piles
  - Single pile subjeted to lateral load
  - Pile groups
  - Piled rafts
  - Drowndrag
  - Rock sockets
  - Obtaining soil parameters

- Load and resistance factor design applied to pile design

  - Worked examples
    
    - Example 4.1
    - Example 4.2
    - Example 4.3
    - Example 4.4.
    - Example 4.5.
    - Example 4.6
    - Example 4.7
    - Example 4.8
    - Example 4.9
- References

Pile groups under compressive loading

- Group action in piled foundations

- Pile groups in fine-grained soils

   - Ultimate bearing resistance
   - Settlement

- Pile groups in coarse-grained soils

  - Estimating settlements from standard penetration tests
  - Estimating settlements from static cone  penetration tests

- Eurocode 7 recommendations for pile groups

  - Pile groups terminating in rock
  - Pile groups in filled ground

- Effects on pile groups of installation methods

- Precautions against heave effects in pile groups

- Pile groups beneath basements


  - Piles wholly in compressible clay
  - Piles driven through compressible clay to bedrock
  - Piles driven through soft clay into stiff clay
  - Piles driven into loose sand

- Optimisation of pile groups to reduce differential settlements in clay

- Worked examples


   - Example 5.1
   - Example 5.2
   - Example 5.3
   - Example 5.4.
   - Example 5.5.

- References

Design of piled foundations to resist uplift and lateral loading

- Occurrence of uplift and lateral loading

- Uplift resistance of piles


  - General
  - Uplift resistance of friction piles
  - Piles with base enlargements
  - Anchoring piles to rock
  - Uplift resistance of drilled-in rock anchors

- Single vertical piles subjected to lateral loads

  - Calculating the ultimate resistance of short rigid piles to lateral loads
  - Calculating the ultimate resistance of long piles
  - Deflection of vertical piles carrying lateral loads
  - Elastic analysis of laterally loaded vertical piles
  - Use of p-y curves
  - Effect of method of pile installation on behaviour under lateral loads and moments applied to pile head
  - Use of the pressuremeter test to establish p-y  curves
  - Calculation of lateral deflections and bending moments by elastic continuum methods
  - Bending and buckling of partly embedded single vertical piles

- Lateral loads on raking piles

- Lateral loads on groups of piles

- Worked examples


  - Example 6.1
  - Example 6.2
  - Example 6.3
  - Example 6.4.
  - Example 6.5.
  - Example 6.6
  - Example 6.7
 
- References

Some aspects of the structural design of piles and pile groups

- General design requirements

- Designing reinforced concrete piles for lifting after fabrication

- Designing piles to resist driving stresses

- Effects on bending of piles below ground level

- Design of axially loaded piles as columns

- Lengthening piles

- Bonding piles with caps and ground beams

- Design of pile caps

- Design of pile capping beams and connecting ground beams

- Verification of pile materials
 
  - Reinforced concrete
  - Steel
  - Infilled steel tubes
  - Timber

-  References

Piling for marine structures

- Berthing structures and jetties


  - Loading on piles from berthing impact forces
  - Mooring forces on piles
  - Wave forces on piles
  - Current forces on piles
  - Wind forces on piles
  - Forces on piles from floating ice
  - Materials for piles in jetties and dolphins

- Fixed offshore platforms

- Pile installations for marine structures


- Worked Examples

   - Example 8.1
   - Example 8.2
   - Example 8.3
 
- References

Miscellaneous piling problems

- Piling for machinery foundations

  - General principles
  - Pile design for static machinery loading
  - Pile design for dynamic loading from machinery

- Piling for underpinning
 
  - Requirements for underpinning
  - Piling methods in underpinning works

- Piling in mining subsidence areas

- Piling in frozen ground


  - General effects
  - Effects of adfreezing on piled foundations
  - Piling in permafrost regions

- Piled foundations for bridges on land
 
  - Selection of pile type
  - Imposed loads on bridge piling

- Piled foundations for over-water bridges

  - Selection of pile type
  - Imposed loads on piers of over-water bridges
  - Pile caps for over-water bridges

- Piled foundations in karst

- Piled foundations in seismic regions

- Geothermal piles

- Use of piles to support slopes

- Reuse of existing piled foundations

- Unexploded ordnance

- References


Durability of piled foundations

- General

- Durability and protection of timber piles

 
  - Timber piles in land structures
  - Timber piles in river and marine structure

- Durability and protection of concrete piles
 
  - Concrete piles in land structures
  - Concrete piles in marine structures

- Durability and protection of steel piles
 
  - Steel piles in land structures
  - Steel piles for marine structures

- References

Ground investigations, piling contracts, and pile testing

- Ground investigations
 
  - Planning the investigation
  - Boring in soil
  - Drilling in rock
  - In situ and laboratory testing in soils and rocks
  - Offshore investigations

- Piling contracts and specifications

  - Contract procedure
  - Piling specifications

- Control of pile installation

  - Driven piles
  - Driven and cast-in-place piles
  - Bored and cast-in-place piles

Load testing of piles
 
 - Compression test
 - Interpretation of compression test records

- Uplilt test
 - Lateral loading test


- Tests for the structural integrity of piles

- References

- Appendices A . Properties of materials
- Appendices B. Current British Strandards and other referrred to in the text
- Appendices C  Outilne of computer sofware referred to in the text

- Index
 

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