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Type: Artigo
Title: General analytical solution for laterally-loaded pile-based miche model
Author: Rosendo, Danilo C.
Albuquerque, Paulo J. R.
Abstract: Piles subjected to lateral loading can create problems in soil-structure interaction. Several differing methods of analysis have been proposed to solve the problem of laterally loaded piles, resulting in the determination of pile bending and the bending moment as a function of depth below soil surface. These piles are widely used to support laterally loaded piles, such as bridge pillars, offshore platforms, communication towers and others. This study presents an analytical solution to Miche’s problem as a continuous function of depth: deflection and moment, as well as a dimensional plots to be used in projects involving piles subjected to laterally loading only including data concerning laterally loading test and pile geometry. A new formula is presented to calculate the pile head displacement as well as an equation to determine maximum moment for a generalized Miche model and further analysis. In addition, this paper proposes an equation for the determination of constant horizontal subgrade reaction (nh) based on the CPT in-situ test and the geometric characteristics of the pile. Calibration of the analytical model showed good fit and conservative results regarding inclinometer data from an bored pile and good agreement with the literature results
Subject: Fundações (Engenharia)
Funções hipergeométricas
Country: Países Baixos
Editor: Springer
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s10706-020-01520-1
Date Issue: 2020
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