Analytical and numerical solutions for pile foundations

@inproceedings{Guo1996AnalyticalAN,
  title={Analytical and numerical solutions for pile foundations},
  author={Wei Dong Guo},
  year={1996}
}
This research has investigated the performance of piles in non-homogeneous elasticplastic media subject to vertical or torsional loading, the time-dependent response of a vertically loaded pile due to either creep or reconsolidation subsequent to pile driving, and the behaviour of vertically loaded pile groups. Closed form solutions have been established accordingly, and numerical programs, G A S P I L E and G A S G R O U P have been developed. The closed form solutions were firstly developed… Expand
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