Design and Stability Considerations for Unique Pier

by James Michalos,
David P. Billington,


Serial Information: Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 1962, Vol. 127, Issue 4, Pg. 396-409


Document Type: Journal Paper

Abstract:

Design of Pier 40 in New York City; method of analysis of stability of pier when subjected to lateral impact; pier is 800 ft sq with 140 ft finger projection and has Burtoning system for handling cargo; concrete structure is supported on steel bearing piles driven to rock and designed for total compressive force of 105 tons; provided with cathodic protection system for main deck, second deck, and roof deck.



Subject Headings: Piers | Steel decks | Concrete piles | Steel structures | Steel piles | Lateral stability | Concrete structures | Structural analysis | New York City | New York | United States

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