Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp 104–109 | Cite as

Design of beds for pyramidal piles in accordance with a second group of limiting states under combined vertical, lateral, and moment-induced loads

  • S. M. Aleinikov
  • S. V. Ikonin
Soil Mechanics
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Abstract

The three-dimensional contact problem for a pyramidal pile under combined vertical, lateral, and moment-induced loads is solved by the method of boundary elements. A linearly deformable half space weakened by a cavity, the geometric dimensions of which are identical to the contact surface of the pile, is used as a soil model. The resultant solution is compared with familiar theoretical results and experimental data.

Keywords

Boundary Element Vertical Load Compression Modulus Pile Foundation Pile Head 

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  • S. M. Aleinikov
  • S. V. Ikonin

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