Results are presented for numerical investigations of the interaction between a single cast-in-place pile and a bed composed of loose sand. The limiting vertical load on the pile and its settlements are compared as a function of the method used to account for soil contraction.
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Orekhov, V.V., Orekhov, M.V. Consideration of Contraction of Loose Soil During Analysis of Cast-in-Place Piles. Soil Mech Found Eng 51, 282–284 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11204-015-9290-3
- Shear Strain
- Triaxial Test
- Vertical Load
- Loose Sand
- Dense Sand