Shaft Considerations
Jacking and receiving shaft locations should be selected to minimize the number of shafts and disruptions while not exceeding the practical limits of the drive lengths achievable for a...

Shafts/Temporary Structures
Shafts should be of a size to accommodate the equipment and pipe selected and to allow for safe working practices. If the shaft must accommodate the permanent works, it is the contractor's...

On the Interpretation of Drilled Foundation Load Test Results

On the Axial Behavior of Drilled Foundations

Constructability Considerations When Designing Drilled Shaft Foundations for Bridges

Shaft Capacity of Driven Piles in Clay

Side Resistance in Piles and Drilled Shafts (The Thirty-Fourth Karl Terzaghi Lecture)

Construction Practices and Defects in Drilled Shafts

Review of Augered Pile Practice Outside the United States

Flexural Behavior of Drilled Shafts with Minor Flaws

Shoring Up Shaft Specifications: Collaboration for Constructibility

Uses and Limitations of Conventional Hydraulic Models in the Planning and Design of Storage Tunnels
The hydraulic design of storage tunnels requires special considerations relative to the design of conventional sewers. These issues include characterization and control of inflows, energy...

Drilled Shafts in the Virginia Piedmont

Statnamic Tests for Six Long Rock Socketed Shafts

Scale Effects of Laterally Loaded Drilled Shafts in Stiff Clay

Evaluating Axial Drilled Shaft Response by Seismic Cone

Jet Grouting for Microtunneling and Shaft Construction in Highly Congested Utility Corridors

Side Shear of Large Diameter Drilled Shafts in Weathered Geomaterials

Foundations in Weathering Profiles from Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks

Side Shear and End Bearing in Rock Sockets for Drilled Shafts

 

 

 

 

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