On limiting force profile, slip depth and response of lateral piles

@article{Guo2006OnLF,
  title={On limiting force profile, slip depth and response of lateral piles},
  author={W. Guo},
  journal={Computers and Geotechnics},
  year={2006},
  volume={33},
  pages={47-67}
}
  • W. Guo
  • Published 2006
  • Engineering
  • Computers and Geotechnics
Abstract A wealth of numerical analyses have been performed for lateral piles using finite difference, boundary element, and finite element methods, etc. Their essence, especially for a free-head pile, is to simulate the mobilisation of the maximum (limiting) force along the pile. This paper presents new closed-form solutions for a free-head pile embedded in an elastic–plastic, non-homogeneous soil by simulating pile–soil interaction using a series of springs distributed along the pile shaft… Expand
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