Field observations of negative skin friction loads on long piles in marine clay

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Pages273279; # of pages: 7
Subjectmarine clay; piles; friction; effective normal stresses; strengthening
AbstractTwo 270-ft. long end bearing pipe piles filled with reinforced concrete and a 160-ft. long hollow steel pipe friction pile driven through a 30-ft. high highway embankment founded on compressible marine clay at Berthierville, Quebec, Canada, were intrumented to measure the build-up of negative skin friction loads due to consolidation of the foundation soil. The observations indicate that skin friction is related to the effective stresses in the soil. The paper is a progress report of observations made in the field to the end of 1969.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number12088
NPARC number20374050
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Record created2012-07-23
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