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**Analysis of vertical load-bearing capacity and settlement of
**

piles investigated on the basis of CPT tests

The objective of this chapter is to explain the use of the GEO 5 – CPT PILE program.

Problem specification:

The general problem specification is described in the previous chapter (13. Pile foundations –

Introduction). Analyse the load-bearing capacity and settlement of a single pile, or a pile group

according to the EN 1997-2.

Problem specification chart – single pile investigated according to CPT tests

Solution:

We will apply the GEO 5 – CPT PILE program to the analysis of this problem.

In the text below we will describe the solution to this example step by step.

**We will click on the “Select setting” button (at the bottom left of the screen)
**

in the “Settings list” frame and then we will choose the “Standard – EN 1997” analysis settings.

The design approach is not important, the analysis is carried out in accordance with the EN

1997-2 standard: Geotechnical Design – Part 2: Ground investigation and testing.

Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs - Part 2

www.finesoftware.eu

Dialogue window „Settings list“ In the first analysis we will assess a single pile. the magnitude of the correlation coefficients is smaller. We will not take the influence of the negative skin friction into consideration. we therefore will not specify the reduction of correlation coefficients ξ 3 .Part 2 www.Correlation coefficients for deriving characteristic values of pile capacities from ground tests presented in EN 1997-1 (Part A. which is used for reducing the total calculated bearing capacity of the pile – we will leave the standard value of 1.finesoftware.3). „Settings“ frame Note: Correlation coefficients ξ 3 .0.3. ξ 4 . When we have got more completed CPT tests available. Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs . depend on the number of completed CPT tests.4 according to Table A. ξ 4 = 1.eu .3. For 1 completed static penetration test the values are ξ 3 . ξ 4 . thus even the total bearing capacity of the pile. In this frame it is also possible to specify the partial factor of model uncertainty.10 .

whether the soil layer is clayey or sandy or gravelly. In our particular case we consider this value as OCR ≤ 2.eu .In the next step we will define the parameters of soil types to be used in the analysis and will assign them to the profile. Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs . but using coefficients according to respective standards is a common procedure (for more details visit Help – F1). Dialogue window „Add new soils“ – Clayey soil (class F4) In the cases of sandy and gravelly soils we must in addition enter the size of grains and the overconsolidation ratio (OCR).finesoftware. (For more details visit Help – F1). Further we will set the internal friction angle size and the volume weight. We will leave the calculated skin friction reducing coefficient α s with the possibility of additional calculation – the program allows users to enter these values in special cases by hand. This parameter reduces the value of maximum stress on pile base p max. The soil type determines the magnitude of coefficients for the calculation of skin friction and the pile base bearing capacity. pata [MPa] .0 and the grain size as “sand finer than 600 nm “.Part 2 www. For the assessment according EN 1997-2 we must first define the soil type.

with the borehole uncased or stabilised with drilling mud. respectively. Then we will enter the maximum magnitude of vertical load acting on the pile.Part 2 www. the pile diameter and length in soil.eu . Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .e. Subsequently we will define the pile execution technology. In this particular case we have bored piles.finesoftware. „Type of construction“ frame In the “Geometry” frame we will enter the pile material and cross-section. The design load and service load are used for the pile bearing capacity analysis and the pile settlement analysis. i. specify basic dimensions.Dialogue window „Add new soils“ – Sand with trace of fines (class S3) In the “Type of construction” frame we will choose the “single pile” option.

Clicking on the “Show” button will open the preview of the given file from which we will import the respective data. Dialog window „Import CPT“ Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .Part 2 www.eu .finesoftware.TXT format (using the „Import“ button). In this particular case we will import the CPT tests into the program in the *. with the possibility of additional calculation (similarly to coefficient α s ). MPa. Then we will confirm everything by the “Import” button. „Geometry“ frame In the “Import CPT” frame we will import completed tests into the program.We will maintain the calculation of the coefficient of pile base resistance α p . kPa] . for which we will choose the metric unit system [m.

Dialogue window „Edit test“ Now we will go over to the verification of the single pile using the “Bearing capacity” frame.eu .finesoftware.Part 2 www. in which we will check the calculation results. By clicking on the “In Detail” button we will in addition show intermediate results for the vertical pile bearing capacity analysis. Dialogue window „Verification (detailed)“ – Vertical bearing capacity Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .

displaying the ultimate loading curve for the pile and the results of the total pile settlement w1.eu . − EN 1997-2: Rc .The vertical bearing capacity of a pile Rc .d = 2.12 kN > Fs .d consists of the summary of skin friction and pile base resistance (for more details visit Help – F1).0 kN … SATISFACTORY.Part 2 www. „Settlement” frame – Ultimate loading curve (working diagram) for a pile Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .2 mm for service load Fs = 1015 kN .finesoftware.d = 4505. To meet the reliability condition.d . its value must be higher than the magnitude of the acting design load Fs . Subsequently we will go over to the “Settlement” frame.d = 1450.

cal )min . ⎬ ξ3 ξ4 ⎭ ⎩ Correlation coefficients ξ 3 .cal + Rs.k ) = Rb. In the “Settings” frame we will choose the option “Reduce coefficients ξ 3 . Further we will set the number of piles n = 4 .cal )mean . where it is assumed that all piles settle equally.cal ξ ⎧ (Rc.Specification procedure and analysis: Pile group Now we will carry out the assessment of a pile group with a rigid grid.eu .cal )mean = (Rb.k and Rs .cal + Rs . „Settings“ frame Note: Characteristic values of bearing capacities Rb. ξ 4 (rigid structure)“. We will consider the pile foundation (pile cap with piles) to be a rigid structure.cal ξ = Rc.Part 2 www. − highest values of the calculated bearing capacity (Rc.cal + Rs .k + Rs .cal )min = (Rb.cal )min ⎫ = min ⎨ . Then we will go over to the “Construction” frame. they will be applied to: − average bearing capacity value (Rc.6.cal )mean (Rc. Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .finesoftware.3 Ultimate compressive resistance from ground test results: Rc.k will be determined according to the following relationship. which is contained in EN 1997-1 (clause 7. ξ 4 depend on the number of tests (testing profiles) n.2.k = (Rb. where we will define parameters required for the pile group analysis.

This procedure is precisely described in EN 1997-2: Geotechnical Design – Part 2: Ground investigation and testing and the often ambiguous defining of strength-related parameters is not necessary. Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs . Conclusion: The vertical bearing capacity of the pile or the pile group being assessed is satisfactory.d = 5 800. where the assessment results are displayed.finesoftware. The main advantage of the CPT tests based analysis is its speed and unambiguousness.d = 19 822.„Construction“ frame The other frames remain unchanged.Part 2 www.54 kN > Fs .eu . Now we will get back to the “Bearing capacity” frame. Dialogue window „Verification (detailed)“ – Vertical bearing capacity − EN 1997-2: Rc .0 kN … SATISFACTORY.

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