New Design Method for Drilled Shafts from Common Soil and Rock Tests

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by L. C. Reese, Univ of Texas, United States,
M. W. O'Neill, Univ of Texas, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Foundation Engineering: Current Principles and Practices

Abstract: A method is presented by which the compressive capacity and load-settlement characteristics of large drilled shafts can be computed from commonly executed soil and rock tests. The method is predicated primarily on the analysis of loading tests in a data base and is limited to conditions represented in that data base. The method can be applied in a straightforward manner without the use of a computer.

Subject Headings: Shafts | Soil compression | Load tests | Drilled shafts | Rocks | Load bearing capacity | Load factors | Soil tests |

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