Design of Axially Loaded Piles - European Practice
Proceedings of an ERTC-3 seminar, Brussels, 17-18 April 1997
This book is unique on the subject because it is not so much a collection of individual work, but basically comprising national reports from most European countries on the present-day design methods, as prescribed in more or less strict national codes or recommendations and so daily used in practice by consulting engineers and contractors. As far as already implemented, the application of these methods within the framework of Eurocode 7 is described as well. In order to improve the understanding of the design methods, the national papers also consider aspects such as the local piling practice, limitations of the design methods, some practical examples and particular national experiences. The proceedings also include the contributions of two invited speakers as well as those of the three session discussion leaders, focusing on some particular aspects with regards to pile design. The book is of particular interest for those who are involved with pile design in practice, consulting engineers, piling contractors, control organisms as well as those dealing with geotechnical normalisation and research work.
Table of Contents
Preface /F.De Cock & C. Legrand -- Welcome address /L.Maertens -- Foreword /W.F.Vanlmpe -- Organization Keynote lectures -- Influence of screw pile installation on the stress state in the soil /W.F.Van Impe & KPeiJfer -- Some comments about United States practice of design of axially loaded piles /W.F.Loftus -- Special lectures -- Improved pile design methods from field testing research /R.J. Jar dine & F.CChow -- Some comparisons of safety for axially loaded piles /R. Frank -- Pile dynamic testing, driving formulae, monitoring and quality control: Background for discussion /A.Holeyman -- National reports on design practice for axially loaded piles -- Design of axially loaded piles - Belgian practice /A.Holeyman, C.Bauduin, M.Bottiau, P. Debacker, F.De Cock, E. Dupont, J.LHilde, C.Legrand, N.Huybrechts, P.Menge, J.P.Miller & G.Simon -- Design of axially loaded piles - Czech practice /J.Feda, P.Juranka, J.Krasny, J.Masopust & V.Pachta -- Pile foundation - Danish design methods and piling practice /R.Skov -- The bearing capacity of a single pile - Experience in Estonia /M.Mets -- Design of axially loaded piles - Finnish practice /J.Heinonen, J.Hartikainen & A Kiiskila -- Design of axially loaded piles - French practice /M. Bustamante & R. Frank -- Design of axially loaded piles and pile groups - German practice /R.Katzenbach & Chr.Moormann -- Design of axially loaded piles - Irish practice /B.M.Lehane -- Design of axially loaded piles - Italian practice /A.Mandolini -- Dutch national codes for pile design /H.J. Everts & HJ.Luger -- Design of axially loaded piles - Norwegian practice /A.Schram Simonsen & CAthanasiu -- Polish design methods for single axially loaded piles /K.Gwizdata -- Design of axially loaded piles - Romanian practice /I.Manoliu -- Calculation of pile foundations on limiting states - Russian practice /A.A Bartolomey, B.V.Bakholdin, LM.Omeltchak & A B. Ponomaryov -- Design of axially loaded piles - Swedish practice /L.Svensson, COlsson & C.-J.Gravare -- Design of axially loaded piles - Swiss practice /F. Bucher -- Design of axially loaded piles - United Kingdom practice /J.D.Findlay, N.J.Brooks, J.N.Mure & W.Heron -- Author index.
Franki Foundations S. A, Machelen, Belgium. Belgian Building Research Institute, Brussels, Belgium.