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The influence of the in situ state of sands on the load-deflection behaviour of driven piles

Author
COOP, M. R1 ; KLOTZ, E. U2 ; CLINTON, L3
[1] Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom
[2] Ed. Züblin AG, Germany
[3] Formerly Imperial College, London, United Kingdom
Source

Geotechnique. 2005, Vol 55, Num 10, pp 721-730, 10 p ; Illustration , Table ; ref : 21 ref

CODEN
GTNQA8
ISSN
0016-8505
Scientific domain
Civil engineering; Geology; Geophysics
Publisher
Telford, London
Publication country
United Kingdom
Document type
Article
Language
English
Author keyword
calcareous soils centrifuge modelling piles sands
Keyword (fr)
Accélération Chargement Compaction Comportement Compression Contrainte Corrélation Densité Essai charge In situ Instrumentation Modèle Pieu battu Rigidité Sable Sol calcaire Surconsolidation Sol
Keyword (en)
acceleration loading compaction behavior compression stress correlation density load tests in situ instruments models driven piles rigidity sand Calcareous soils soils
Keyword (es)
Cargamento Compactación Compresión Coacción Correlación Densidad Ensayo carga Instrumentación Modelo Pilote contención Rigidez Arena Suelo calcáreo Suelo
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001E Earth, ocean, space / 001E01 Earth sciences / 001E01O Engineering and environment geology. Geothermics / 001E01O01 Engineering geology

Discipline
Earth sciences
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
17383031

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