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    Behavior of Deep Foundations

    Lundgren R
    Published: 1979

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    The symposium on Behavior of Deep Foundations was held during the June Committee Week of the American Society for Testing and Materials, 25-30 June 1978, in Boston, Mass. ASTM Committee D18 on Soil and Rock for Engineering Purposes sponsored the symposium. The symposium Committee members were: Raymond Lundgren, Roy Bell, R. D. Darragh, M. I. Esrig, L. C. Reese, M. T. Davisson, and F. M. Fuller. Lundgren also served as editor of this publication.

    Table of Contents



    Design and Evaluation of Load Tests on Deep Foundations

    Soil Capacity for Supporting Deep Foundation Members in Clay

    Stresses in Piles

    State-of-the-Art Pile Design Practice—Current and Proposed as Reflected in Building Codes

    Structural Properties of Timber Pile

    Analysis of Load Tests on Instrumented Steel Test Piles in Compressible Silty Soil

    Interpreting End-Bearing Pile Load Test Results

    Analytical Methods to Predict Pile Capacities

    Failure During Construction and Subsequent Rehabilitation and Performance of a Dynamically Cast-in-Place Concrete Pile Foundation

    Influence of Residual Installation Forces on the Stress Transfer and Settlement Underworking Loads of Jacked and Bored Piles in Cohesive Soils

    Load Transfer from Bored, Cast-in-Situ Piles in London Clay

    Timber Piles in Standards, Codes, and Practice

    Behavior of Steel Piles During Installation and Service

    Influence of Codes and Standards on the Use of Steel Piles

    Capacity of Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete Pile Sections

    Design of High-Performance Prestressed Concrete Piles for Dynamic Loading

    A Rational Procedure for Evaluating the Behavior of Impact-Driven Piles

    Load Testing of Instrumented 225-Foot-Long Prestressed Concrete Piles

    Special Requirements for Testing Auger-Placed Grout Piles

    Interpretation of Load Tests on High-Capacity Driven Piles

    Static and Cyclic Axial Load Tests on a Fully Instrumented Pile

    Cyclic Pile Load Testing—Loading System and Instrumentation

    Pile Load Tests to Evaluate Load Transfer Mechanisms

    Field Tests on Vertical Piles Under Static and Cyclic Horizontal Loading in Overconsolidated Clay

    A Simple Approach to Pile Design and the Evaluation of Pile Tests

    Determination of Pile Damage by Top Measurements

    Building Code Requirements for Maximum Design Stresses in Piles

    Horizontal Subgrade Reaction Estimated from Lateral Loading Tests on Timber Piles

    Field Evaluation of Caisson-Shale Interaction

    General Discussion—Comments on Working Loads for Pile Foundations

    Influence of Driving Stresses on the Development of High Pile Capacities

    Stress and Deformation in Single Piles Due to Lateral Movement of Surrounding Soils

    Capacity of Axially Loaded Bent Piles in a Bearing Stratum Overlain by a Thick Layer of Soft Clay

    Committee: D18

    DOI: 10.1520/STP670-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4740-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0291-0