|Statement||by W.H. Glanville and E.N. Fox.|
|Series||Building Research. Technical papers -- No. 20|
|Contributions||Fox, Eustace Neville., Glanville, William Henry.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||111|
V. V. Krechmer, Investigation of the Strength of Reinforced-Concrete Piles during Driving, Collection No. 10 of the Research Department of Deep Works, Piles and Natural Bases [in Russian], Gosstroiizdat ().Cited by: 2. Residual driving stresses in piles are determined with a new stress-wave program. The program has some interesting features, such as the displacement stabilization accomplished by an analysis for. The major step in using stress wave theory to analyze piles during driving and to estimate their static capacity was the development of the Case Method This method compared the pile force and velocity at a given time with a time 2L/c after that. The static and dynamic soil resistance components were then separated. Numerical investigation on reinforcement requirement for piles embedded in clay. Effect of pile length on the stress distribution along the shaft of bored pile. reinforced concrete pile.
Dynamic testing during pile installation of indicator piles in each cap is needed to monitor driving stresses to verify integrity, and pile capacity. Concrete piles are designed based on the Guide to Design, Manufacture, and Installation of Concrete Piles (ACI R). Bore pile foundations are widely used for the tower structures which are erected at positions with geological condition of flow plasticity where the bearing layer of the subgrade is deep and the force applied onto the foundation is greater. To construct the pile foundation, special machinery is employed to drill (punch) deep holes in the subgrade and the reinforcement framework is placed. A steel cap placed over the pile butt to prevent damage to the pile during driving. It is formed to accept a specific-shaped pile, along with its cushion, if used. Reinforced Concrete. A way of reducing driving stresses on a pile is by inserting an adequate cushioning material between the pile driver's driving cap and the top of the. V. V. Krechmer, "Investigation of the strength of reinforced-concrete piles during driving," in: Transactions of the Scientific and Technical Department of the Deep Excavation Trust [in Russian], Gosstroiizdat, No. 10 (). Google Scholar.
the behaviour of reinforced-concrete piles during driving. (includes photographs and appendices). The precast concrete pile is a reinforced concrete pile which can be circular, rectangular, square, or octagonal in shape. The steel reinforcement in a precast concrete pile is provided to resist the stresses produced due to its handling, driving and loading which the pile is finally expected to receive. Raymond Concrete Pile Co., Contractors. Section, during construction, of reinforced concrete sea wall on Lake Pontchartrain (La.) —over five miles long — for Orleans Levee Board. Supported on reinforced concrete bear- ing and batter piles and a cut-off wall of tongue and groove reinforced Concrete Sheet Piles. in piling research. A part of this research has been concerned with pile stresses during driving. It has been shown that under certain driving conditions, it is possible to introduce large tensile stresses into the pile. The magnitude of these stresses is dependent upon the .