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Analysis And Design Of Shallow And Deep Foundations
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For more information about Wiley products, visit our web site at www. Reese, Lymon C. Reese, William M. Isenhower, Shin-Tower Wang. Includes bibliographical references and index. Foundations—Design and construction.
Isenhower, William M. Wang, Shin-Tower. R Of note are the maturity of the concepts of soil—structure interaction, the development of computer codes to deal with advanced topics, the advent of new methods for the support of structures, and the proliferation of technical publications hte.
This book takes advantage of these advances by presenting methods of analysis while being careful to emphasize standard methods such as site visits and the role of engineering geology. The goals of the engineer in the design of foundations are to achieve a rig. Acceptable performance usually requires limited vertical and horizontal movement in the short and long term.
Chapter 6 presents several instances where foundations have collapsed or suffered excessive movement. The purpose of presenting such failures is to emphasize that knowledge of foundation behavior must be used and that care must be taken in predicting how soil will respond to the imposition of loads. However, other kinds of failure are also possible. On occasion, the use of advanced methods for the Co.
The result may be an unacceptable and un- favorable design requiring more costly foundations than necessary. This book describes methods for computing the settlement of both shallow and deep foundations. The engineer may compute a substantial safety factor for a foundation and decide that settlement is not a problem. However, modern engineering is aimed at achieving compatibility between the foundation and.
The student is expected to have completed a basic four-semester-hour introductory course on geotechnical engineering. The book assumes that this course introduced the basic knowledge of soil behavior, one-dimensional consolidation, shear.
If the course is a senior-level or a joint senior-level and introductory graduate-level course, the course should cover Chapters 1, 2, and 4 through 11 in their entirety. Portions of Chapter 3 can be presented as a review to the introductory course in geotechnical engineering. The material on the design of drilled shaft foundations should include a discussion of the dM basic methods of construction and should cover the methods of design for axial loading in cohesive and cohesionless soils.
The design of drilled shafts in intermediate geomaterials or rock may be covered if time permits. If this book is being used for a graduate-level course, the chapters on foundation design should be covered in their entirety, and design projects should include all foundation types in all applicable soil conditions. Chapters 2 and 3 may be omitted if students are required to complete another graduate- hte. The movement of shallow foundations under an increasing series of loads can be computed in a relatively straightforward manner, but the same method cannot be applied to deep foundations.
Detailed, comprehensive, and up-to- date methods are presented for determining the behavior of piles or drilled shafts under axial or lateral loading. The following forms of the differential equation are presented for deter- mining a deep foundation under axial loading:. The differential equation is solved using the difference- equation technique. The differential equation for the deep foundation under lateral load is. Again, the differential equation is solved by using difference-equation techniques.
The differential equations for axial loading and lateral loading are used to produce a solution for two-dimensional pile groups under inclined and ec- centric loading. The treatment of a pile or drilled shaft as a deformable body whose deformations are dependent on all of the relevant parameters is on the dM cutting edge of the present technology.
The combination of the behavior under axial loading and lateral loading to produce a method for determining the behavior of pile groups gives the engineer a complex but rational tool to use in the solution of a problem that was beyond the scope of practice until recently. A student version of the computer codes for the pile under an axial load, for the pile under a lateral load, and for the pile group is included with the hte.
The programs allow demonstration of the solution of the homework problems in this book. The professional version of the computer codes is available to the industry. Builders have realized the need for stable foundations since structures began rising above the ground. Builders in the time of the Greeks and the Romans hte. Portions of Roman aqueducts that carried water by gravity over large distances remain today.
The Romans used stone blocks to create arched structures many meters in height that continue to stand without obvious settlement. The Colosseum in Rome, the massive buildings at Baalbek, and the Parthenon in Athens are ancient struc- tures that would be unchanged today except for vandalism or possibly earthquakes. Perhaps the most famous foundations of history are those of the Roman py. The modern technique of drainage was employed. Some por- tions of the Roman roads remain in use today.
If the lateral dimension in Figure 1. Mats are used instead of footings if multiple loads are supported or if the foundation is large to support a tank. The geotechnical design of shallow foundations is presented in Chap- ter 9. The distribution of the soil resistance shown in Figure 1.
If the concept of soil—structure inter- rig. If the engineer is able to compute a new distribution of soil resistance for the de- formed footing, a more appropriate value for soil resistance could be com- py.
However, the savings due to the lesser amount of reinforcing steel needed would be far less than the cost of engineering required for such anal- yses. For some soils, the soil resistance would be higher at Section b-b than at Section a-a even taking the deformation of the footing into account.
Unless the dimensions of the footing are very large, the engineer could assume a Co. Rather than being square, the footing in Figure 1. With a series of. Nominal stress distribution for the case of a square or continuous footing subjected to generalized loading is shown in Figure 1. Statics equations. The stresses to resist the shear force may either be normal resistance at the edge of the footing or unit shear at the base of the footing.
The engineer may decide to eliminate the normal resistance at the edge of the footing because of possible shrinkage or shallow penetration, allowing a straightforward computation of the shearing resistance. A much larger shallow foundation such as a mat, and similar foundations are used widely.
A stress bulb is a device sometimes used to illustrate the difference in behavior of foundations of different sizes. For equal unit load- ings on a footing or mat, the stress bulb extends below the foundation to a dM distance about equal to the width of the foundation. Assuming the same kind of soil and a load less than the failure load, the short-term settlement of the mat would be much greater than the short-term settlement of the footing settlement of footings and mats is discussed in Chapter 7.
Thus, in the design of a mat foundation, the short-term settlement must be given appro- priate consideration. Also, the structural design of the mat would plainly require more thought than that of the footing.
With regard to the design of mat foundations for residences on expansive clay, many designers use the BRAB slab recommended by the Building Re- search Advisory Board The mat includes a series of reinforced beams on the edges and interior of the mat, with dimensions depending on the nature rig py Co. The concept is that the mat would have adequate bend- ing stiffness to maintain a level surface even though, with time, differential movement of the clay occurs. A view of a shallow foundation under construction is shown in Figure 1.
The plastic sheets serve to keep the soil intact during the placement of con-. The deepened sections contain extra steel and serve as beams to strengthen the slab. Deep foundations have a number of other uses, such as dM to resist scour; to sustain axial loading by side resistance in strata of granular soil or competent clay; to allow above-water construction when piles are driven through the legs of a template to support an offshore platform; to serve as breasting and mooring dolphins; to improve the stability of slopes; and for a number of other special purposes.
Several kinds of deep foundations are described in Chapter 5 and proposals are made regularly for other types, mostly related to unique methods of con- hte. The principal deep foundations are driven piles and drilled shafts. The geotechnical design of these types of foundations under axial loading is presented in Chapters 10, 11, and 13, and the design under lateral loading is discussed in Chapters 12 and A group of piles supporting a pile cap or a mat is shown in Figure 1.
If the spacing between the piles is more than three or four diameters, the. For closer spacing,. The analysis of pile groups is presented in Chapter A particular problem occurs if a pile is embedded deeply in a concrete mat, as shown in Figure 1. The real case for an embedded pile is that. The driving of a pile to support an offshore platform is shown in Figure 1. The piles are driven and welded to the jacket; the deck can dM then be placed.
The pile is marked along its length so that the engineer can prepare a driving record number of blows required to drive the pile a given distance.
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In this paper, a modeling procedure is carried out to numerically analyze the end bearing capacity of drilled shafts in sand. The Mohr—Coulomb elastic plastic constitutive law with stress dependent elastic parameters is used for all numerical analyses performed in this study. The numerical results are compared with the available experimental equations. It is seen that numerical results are in good agreement with experimental equations.
End Bearing Capacity of Drilled Shafts in Sand: A Numerical Approach
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The complexities of designing piles for lateral loads are manifold as there are many forces that are critical to the design of big structures such as bridges, offshore and waterfront structures and retaining walls. The loads on structures should b This book is specifically designed as a guide to highway engineers.
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