Pile Design and Construction Practice, Fourth Edition

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CRC Press, Nov 11, 1993 - Architecture - 432 pages
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The fourth edition of this well-known book is fully revised and up-dated. It deals comprehensively with every aspect of design and construction of all types of piled foundation. A key feature of this book is the large number of worked examples, many of which are based on actual problems encountered in practice.
 

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Contents

General principles and practices
1
13 Calculations of loadcarrying capacity
2
14 Dynamic piling formulae
3
15 Code of practice requirements
4
16 Responsibilities of engineer and contractor
5
17 References
6
Types of pile
7
22 Driven displacement piles
9
62 Uplift resistance of piles
210
63 Single vertical piles subjected to lateral loads
221
64 Lateral loads on raking piles
253
66 References
257
67 Worked examples
258
The structural design of piles and pile groups
272
73 Designing piles to resisting driving stresses
275
74 The effects on bending of piles below ground level
277

23 Drivenandcastinplace displacement piles
35
24 Replacement piles
42
25 Composite piles
47
26 Minipiles and micropiles
48
28 References
50
Piling equipment and methods
51
32 Equipment for installing drivenandcastinplace piles
76
33 Equipment for installing boredandcastinplace piles
79
34 Procedure in pile installation
87
35 Constructing piles in groups
97
Calculating the resistance of piles to compressive loads
99
42 Piles in cohesive soils
103
43 Piles in cohesionless soil
114
44 Piles in soils intermediate between sands and clays
129
45 Piles in layered cohesive and cohesionless soils
131
46 The settlement of the single pile at the working load for piles in soil
133
47 Piles bearing on rock
138
48 Piles in fillnegative skin friction
148
49 References
153
410 Worked examples
154
Pile groups under compressive loading
166
52 Pile groups in cohesive soils
168
53 Pile groups in cohesionless soils
179
54 Deep pile groups in cohesive and cohesionless soils
185
55 Pile groups terminating in rock
186
56 Pile groups in filled ground
189
57 Effects on pile groups of installation methods
190
58 Precautions against heave effects in pile groups
193
510 The optimization of pile groups to reduce differential settlements in clay
196
511 References
198
512 Worked examples
199
The design of piled foundations to resist uplift and lateral loading
208
75 The design of axiallyloaded piles as columns
278
77 Bonding piles with caps and ground beams
280
78 The design of pile caps
281
79 The design of pile capping beams and connecting ground beams
284
710 References
289
Piling for marine structures
299
82 Fixed offshore platforms
313
83 Pile installations for marine structures
315
84 References
319
Miscellaneous piling problems
330
92 Piling for underpinning
332
93 Piling in mining subsidence areas
339
94 Piling in frozen ground
342
95 Piled foundations for bridges on land
344
96 Piled foundations for overwater bridges
349
97 References
355
The durability of piled foundations
357
103 Durability and protection of concrete piles
365
104 Durability and protection of steel piles
369
105 References
372
Site investigations piling contracts pile testing
373
112 Piling contracts and specifications
380
113 Control of pile installation
383
114 Load testing of piles
386
115 Tests for the structural integrity of piles
399
116 References
400
Properties of materials
402
3 Rocks and other materials
403
Name index
405
Subject index
408
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