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Ultimate Pullout Capacity of Pile

Author(s):

Kapil Prajapati , Saraswati College of Engineering,Kharghar.; Sunil M. Rangari, Saraswati College of Engineering,Kharghar.; Priyanka A. Jadhav, Saraswati College of Engineering,Kharghar.

Keywords:

Pullout Capacity, Pile, Vertical Displacement, Shaft Friction, L/D Ratio

Abstract

From the review, it was seen that systematic investigations on the quantitative influence of the parameters such as length to-diameter ratio, pile friction angle and behavior of the pile under pulling load. In this current study represents experimental method to predict pullout capacity of pile such as field testing. However, the high cost measured both in time and money for obtaining high quality data from full-scale field tests and considering the large number of variable involved to determine if accurate data could be obtained by conducting model tests in the field. In the absence of resources and high cost of testing model, small-scale machine is made to test piles by using this machine we can predict behavior of pile, embedded in soil. Field model testes have been carried out on single concrete pile of same cross-sectional area with different surface area. In which piles having length 600 mm, 800 mm and 1000 mm with 180 mm diameter, with L/D ratio 3.33, 4.44, 5.55. Semi-empirical approaches based on the experimental observations would be helpful for predicting the ultimate resistance of piles. This Study presents a summary of soil conditions, experimental model to predict pull out capacity, results of the cast in situ tests, a description of the installation and uplift testing of pile and comparison between predicted and experimentally found ultimate uplift capacity. From the analysis of piles embedded in homogeneous soil.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV6I40084
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2018
Page(s): 81-87

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