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Shallow and deep foundations in geotechnical engineering

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The loads on structures and infrastructures as well as their self-weight are as a set of forces that need to be always transmitted to the ground.This is achieved by means of a foundation,a system composed of a structural transitional element and the support ground, being the latter the component which frequently controls the foundation behavior.


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  • ISBN: 978-84-9048-670-2
  • Páginas: 112
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Español
  • Año: 2018

Disponibilidad: 3 a 7 Días

Contenido Shallow and deep foundations in geotechnical engineering

The loads on structures and infrastructures as well as their self-weight are as a set of forces that need to be always transmitted to the ground.This is achieved by means of a foundation,a system composed of a structural transitional element and the support ground, being the latter the component which frequently controls the foundation behavior.This Book includes a series of recommendations and concepts that can be useful in the phase of finding for a suitable foundation solution, in their pre-design phase and in the own foundation design.The final selection of a foundation and its design will require the use of the analytical and/or empirical methods discussed in this text, dedicated to estimate the bearing capacity and the potential settlements of foundations.Thanks to this, the Reader will have the necessary tools for his work as a Civil Engineer specialized in shallow and deep foundations. The Book gathers the different proposal of the main Spanish codes: "Código Técnico de la Edificación","Guía de Cimentaciones en Obras de Carretera" and ROM 0.5.Other bibliography is also included which allow expanding the knowledge discussed here

CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. Foundations
1.2. General rules of a foundations design
1.3. General problems of foundations
1.4. Types of foundations
    1.4.1. Introduction
    1.4.2. Shallow foundations
    1.4.3. Deep foundations
1.5. Foundations design

CHAPTER 2 SHALLOW FOUNDATIONS

2.1. Basic types of shallow foundations
2.2. Determination of the design bearing capacity in soils
   2.2.1 Generalities
   2.2.2.Determination of the design bearing capacity by analytical methods
      2.2.2.1. General formulation of the bearing capacity
      2.2.2.2. Correction factors due to the influence of the shape of the footing
      2.2.2.3. Correction factors due to the influence of the depth of the foundation plane
      2.2.2.4. Correction factors due to the existence of inclined loading
      2.2.2.5. Correction factor due to the influence of the proximity of a slope
      2.2.2.6. Undrained conditions
      2.2.2.7. Drainded conditions
      2.2.2.8. Other correction factors and alternative formulations
      2.2.2.9. Design bearing capacity and safety coefficiente
   2.2.3. Determination of the design bearing capacity in granular soils based on in situ tests using empirical methods
      2.2.3.1. Introduction
      2.2.3.2. Design bearing capacity based on the SPT results,cassical approach
      2.2.3.3. Design bearing capacity based on the SPT results,CTE proposal
      2.2.3.4  Design bearing capacity based on the SPT results,GCOC proposal
      2.2.3.5. Design bearing capacity based on the SPT results, ROM 0.5. proposal
      2.2.3.6  Design bearing capacity based on the pressuremeter test results
      2.2.3.7. Design bearing capacity based on penetration test results
   2.2.4. Determination of the design bearing capacity in cohesive soils based on in situ test by empirical methods
2.3. Determination of the design bearing capacity in rocks
   2.3.1. Determination of the design bearing capacity according to CTE
   2.3.2  Determination of the design bearing capacity according to GCOC
   2.3.3  Determination of the design bearing capacity according to ROM 0.5.
   2.3.4. Determination of the design bearing capacity using non-linear criteria
2.4. Settlements in shallow foundations and service limit state
   2.4.1. Introduction
   2.4.2. Settlement calculation methods in soils
      2.4.2.1. Elastic method
      2.4.2.2. Oedometric method
   2.4.3. Angular distorstions

CHAPTER 3 DEEP FOUNDATIONS
 
3.1. General features
3.2. Bearing capacity of a pile in soils
   3.2.1. Generalities
   3.2.2. Basic formulation
   3.2.3. End bearing capacity in granular soils through analytical solutions
      3.2.3.1. Classical formulation
      3.2.3.2. CTE formulation
      3.2.3.3. GCOC formulation
      3.2.3.4. ROM 0.5. formulation
   3.2.4. End bearing capacity in cohesive soils through analytical solutions
      3.2.4.1. Classical formulation
      3.2.4.2.CTE formulation
      3.2.4.3. GCOC formulation
      3.2.4.4. ROM 0.5. formulation
   3.2.5. End bearing capacity in granular and cohesive soils through in situ tests
      3.2.5.1. Generalities
      3.2.5.2. Empirical methods based  on the SPT
      3.2.5.3. Empirical methods based  on continuous dynamic penetration tests
      3.2.5.4. Empirical methods based on static penetration test
      3.2.5.5. Empirical methods based on pressuremeter test
  3.2.6. Skin friction capacity in granular soils through analytical solutions
     3.2.6.1. Classical formulation
     3.2.6.2. CTE formulation
     3.2.6.3. GCOC formulation
     3.2.6.4. ROM 0.5. formulation
 3.2.7. Skin friction capacity in cohesive soils though analytical solutions
     3.2.7.1. Classical formulation
     3.2.7.2. CTE formulation
     3.2.7.3. GCOC formulation
     3.2.7.4. ROM 0.5. formulation
 3.2.8. Skin friction capacity in granular and cohesive soils through in situ tests
     3.2.8.1. Generalities
     3.2.8.2. Empirical methods based  on the SPT
     3.2.8.3. Empirical methods based  on continuous dynamic penetration tests
     3.2.8.4. Empirical methods based on static penetration test
     3.2.8.5. Empirical methods based on pressuremeter test
3.3. Bearing capacity of a pile in rock
   3.3.1. Introduction
   3.3.2. Determination of the bearing capacity according to CTE
   3.3.3. Determination of the bearing capacity according to GCOC
   3.3.4. Determination of the bearing capacity according to ROM 0.5.
   3.3. 5 Determination of the design bearing capacity using non-linear criteria
3.4. Pile driving formulations
3.5. Bearing capacity of a group of piles
3.6. Safety coefficient
   3.6.1. Single pile
   3.6.2. Group of piles
   3.6.3. Safety coefficients
3.7. Maximun load withstood by a pile from a structural point of wiew
3.8. Settlements in deep  foundation
   3.8.1. Introduction
   3.8.2. Single pile
   3.8.3. Group of piles effect
3.9. Special issues in deep foundations
   3.9.1. Generalities
   3.9.2. Negative friction

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