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Pile Design and Construction Rules of Thumb



Pile Design and Construction Rules of Thumb presents Geotechnical and Civil Engineers a comprehensive coverage of Pile Foundation related theory and practice. Based on the author’s experience as a PE, the book brings concise theory and extensive calculations, examples and case studies that can be easily applied by professional in their day-to-day challenges.


  • ISBN: 9780128042021
  • Páginas: 378
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2016

Compra bajo pedidoDisponibilidad: 3 a 7 Días

Contenido Pile Design and Construction Rules of Thumb

Pile Design and Construction Rules of Thumb presents Geotechnical and Civil Engineers a comprehensive coverage of Pile Foundation related theory and practice. Based on the author’s experience as a PE, the book brings concise theory and extensive calculations, examples and case studies that can be easily applied by professional in their day-to-day challenges.

In its first part, the book covers the fundamentals of Pile Selection: Soil investigation, condition, pile types and how to choose them. In the second part it addresses the Design of Pile Foundations, including different types of soils, pile groups, pile settlement and pile design in rock. Next, the most extensive part covers Design Strategies and contains chapters on loading analysis, load distribution, negative skin friction, design for expansive soils, wave equation analysis, batter piles, seismic analysis and the use of softwares for design aid. The fourth part covers Construction Methods including hammers, Inspection, cost estimation, load tests, offshore piling, beams and caps.

In this new and updated edition the author has incorporated new pile designs such as helical, composite, wind turbine monopiles, and spiral coil energy piles. All calculations have been updated to most current materials characteristics and designs available in the market. Also, new chapters on negative skin friction, pile driving, and pile load testing have been added.

Practicing Geotechnical, and Civil Engineers will find in this book an excellent handbook for frequent consult, benefiting from the clear and direct calculations, examples, and cases. Civil Engineering preparing for PE exams may benefit from the extensive coverage of the subject.

•Convenient for day-to-day consults;
•Numerous design examples for sandy soils, clay soils, and seismic loadings;
•Now including helical, composite, wind turbine monopiles, and spiral coil energy piles;
•Methodologies and case studies for different pile types;
•Serves as PE exam preparation material.

1: Site investigation and soil conditions Abstract

1.1. Origin of rocks and soils
1.2. Soil strata types
1.3. Site investigation
1.4. Origin of a project
1.5. Pile foundations versus shallow foundations
1.6. Subsurface investigation phase
1.7. Geotechnical field tests
1.8. SPT (N) and friction angle
1.9. Field tests
1.10. Pressure meter testing

2: Geophysical methods Abstract

2.1. Ground-penetrating radar methods
2.2. Seismic method

3: Groundwater Abstract

3.1. Introduction
3.2. Vertical distribution of groundwater
3.3. Aquifers, aquicludes, aquifuges, and aquitards

4: Foundation types Abstract

4.1. Shallow foundations
4.2. Mat foundations
4.3. Pile foundations
4.4. Caissons
4.5. Foundation selection criteria

5: Pile types Abstract

5.1. Displacement Piles
5.2. Nondisplacement piles
5.3. Timber piles
5.4. Steel ‘H’ piles
5.5. Pipe piles
5.6. Precast concrete piles
5.7. Augercast piles (continuous flight auger piles)
5.8. Frankie piles
5.9. Delta piles
5.10. Vibrex piles (casing removal type)
5.11. Compressed base type
5.12. Precast piles with grouted base
5.13. Mandrel driven piles
5.14. Composite piles
5.15. Fiber-reinforced plastic piles

6: Selection of piles Abstract

6.1. H-sections
6.2. Concrete piles
6.3. Augercast piles
6.4. Open- and closed-end pipe piles
6.5. Concrete piles
6.6. Augercast piles
6.7. H-piles

7: Static and dynamic analysis Abstract

7.1. Pile design in sandy soils (static analysis)
7.2. Equations for end bearing capacity in sandy soils
7.3. Equations for skin friction in sandy soils
7.4. Design examples
7.5. Parameters that affect end bearing capacity
7.6. Critical depth for end bearing capacity (sandy soils)
7.7. Critical depth for skin friction (sandy soils)

8: Design of driven piles Abstract

8.1. Pile design in sandy soils (dynamic analysis)
8.2. Water jetting
8.3. Driving stresses
8.4. Pile design in clayey soils
8.5. Structural design of piles
8.6. Recommended guidelines for pile design
8.7. Uplift forces
8.8. Pile design in expansive soil
8.9. Open-ended pipe pile design: semiempirical approach
8.10. Case study 1: friction piles
8.11. Case study 2: H-sections in retaining walls
8.12. Design of pile groups
8.13. Eccentric loading on a pile group
8.14. Double eccentricity
8.15. Pile groups in clay soils

9: Design of bored piles Abstract

9.1. Augercast pile design (empirical method)
9.2. Design concepts
9.3. Augercast pile design in sandy soils
9.4. Failure mechanisms of augercast piles
9.5. Case study: comparison between bored piles and driven piles
9.6. Design of pin piles: semiempirical approach
9.7. Bored piles in retaining walls

10: Caisson design Abstract

10.1. Caissons in sandy soils
10.2. Belled caisson design

11: Piles in rock Abstract

11.1. Rock joints
11.2. Dip angle and strike
11.3. Oriented rock coring
11.4. Oriented core data
11.5. Rock mass classification
11.6. Q system
11.7. Caisson design in rock

12: Underpinning Abstract

12.1. Underpinning to stop settlement
12.2. Pier underpinning
12.3. Pier underpinning: construction procedure
12.4. Jack underpinning
12.5. Underpinning with driven piles
12.6. Mudjacking (underpinning concrete slabs)
12.7. Underpinning: case study

13: Pile settlement Abstract
13.1. Pile settlement measurement
13.2. Method to compute the settlement and pile compression
13.3. Stiffness of single piles
13.4. Settlement of single piles (semiempirical approach)
13.5. Pile settlement comparison (end bearing versus floating)
13.6. Critical depth for settlement
13.7. Pile group settlement in sandy soils
13.8. Long-term pile group settlement in clay soils
13.9. Long-term pile group settlement in clay soils Janbu method
13.10. Pile group settlement in sandy soils: Janbu method
13.11. Pile group settlement versus single pile settlement
13.12. Pile group design (capacity and settlement): example

14: Wave equation basics Abstract

14.1. Assumptions
14.2. Representation of piles in wave equation analysis
14.3. Wave equation
14.4. Equation for tip resistance for rapid loading condition
14.5. Equations for skin friction for rapid loading condition
14.6. Example of input data for wave equation software

15: Negative skin friction (downdrag) Abstract
15.1. Introduction
15.2. Bitumen-coated pile installation
15.3. How bitumen coating would work against downdrag
15.4. Original site soil profile
15.5. Load distribution inside piles
15.6. Neutral plane concept

16: Bitumen-coated pile design Abstract

16.1. Causes for negative skin friction
16.2. Bitumen coating
16.3. Bitumen behavior
16.4. Designing bitumen-coated piles for negative skin friction
16.5. Bitumen behavior during storage
16.6. Bitumen behavior during driving
16.7. Case study: bitumen-coated piles

17: Laterally loaded piles Abstract

17.1. p-y curve method
17.2. Lateral loading analysis: simple procedure

18: Short course on seismology Abstract

18.1. Faults
18.2. Largest earthquakes recorded

19: Seismic analysis of piles Abstract

19.1. Kinematic loads
19.2. Inertial loads
19.3. Seismic pile design: inertial loads
19.4. Liquefaction analysis
19.5. Impact due to earthquakes
19.6. General guidelines for seismic pile design

20: Batter pile design Abstract

20.1. Theory

21: Pile design software Abstract

21.1. Software
21.2. Pile design: finite element method

22: Pile driving methods Abstract

22.1. Early history of pile driving
22.2. Steam-operated pile hammers
22.3. Diesel hammers
22.4. Hydraulic hammers
22.5. Vibratory hammers
22.6. Pile driving procedure
22.7. Pile selection guide
22.8. General guidelines for selecting a pile hammer
22.9. ASTM standards
22.10. ACI (American Concrete Institute) standards for general concreting
22.11. Design stresses and driving stresses
22.12. Vibratory hammers: design of piles
22.13. Pile driving through obstructions
22.14. Pile heave and redriving
22.15. Case study
22.16. Soil displacement during pile driving

23: Water jetting Abstract

23.1. Water jet types
23.2. Ideal water pathway
23.3. Water requirement

24: Pile load testing Abstract
24.1. Theory
24.2. Pile load test procedure

25: Pile construction verification Abstract

25.1. Straightness of the pile
25.2. Damage to the pile
25.3. Plumpness of piles
25.4. Pile integrity testing
25.5. Use of existing piles
25.6. Environmental issues
25.7. Utilities

26: Pile identification plan Abstract

27: As built plans Abstract

27.1. Batter information
27.2. Use of as-built plans

28: Code issues (Eurocode and other building codes) Abstract

28.1. Eurocode
28.2. Design using static load tests
28.3. Compute characteristic axial compression load using ground tests
28.4. NYC building code

29: Economic considerations and costing Abstract

29.1. Pile material
29.2. Transportation cost
29.3. Pile length
29.4. Splicing cost
29.5. Equipment cost
29.6. Labor market
29.7. Cost estimate for pile driving projects

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