Numerical and analytical modelling of friction pile group settlement performance in clay

@inproceedings{Sheil2015NumericalAA,
  title={Numerical and analytical modelling of friction pile group settlement performance in clay},
  author={Brian B. Sheil},
  year={2015}
}
This paper presents a finite element parametric study of several variables that affect the stiffness efficiency of rigidly capped pile groups with a view to developing a solution for preliminary design purposes. Previous empirical solutions from linear elastic work had identified a significant dependence of stiffness efficiency on pile group size and group spacing, and in this study, the effect of the pile length-to-diameter ratio, the compressibility of a stiff bearing stratum beneath the pile… CONTINUE READING

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