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**Analysis of vertical load-bearing capacity of a single pile
**

The objective of this chapter is to explain the application of the GEO 5 – PILES program

for the analysis of vertical load-bearing capacity of a single pile to a specified

practical problem.

Problem specification:

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

Introduction). All analyses of the vertical load-bearing capacity of a single pile shall be carried

out in compliance with requirements of EN 1997-1 (Design approach 2). The resultant of

loading components N1 , M y ,1 , H x ,1 acts at the pile head level.

Problem specification chart – single pile

Solution:

**We will apply the GEO 5 – PILES program to the analysis of this problem. In the text
**

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

**In this analysis we will assess a single pile using various analytical calculation methods
**

(NAVFAC DM 7.2, EFETIVE STRESS and CSN 73 1002) and will focus ourselves on the

input parameters which influence overall results. In new versions of the GEO 5 Piles program

there will be more methods available; at the moment (July 2013) the Russian SNiP and Chinese

Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs - Part 2

www.finesoftware.eu

Specification definition: We click on the Select Settings button (at the bottom left of the screen) in the Settings frame and then we select the “Standard – EN 1997 – DA2” analysis setting.2 method. Further we set the method of the analysis of vertical load-bearing capacity of a pile using the analytical solution. The system of working with the program will remain completely unchanged. which is set by default for this analysis setting.eu . Frame „Analysis settings“ Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .GB are being worked on.Part 2 www.finesoftware. Dialog window „Setting list” We will use the NAVFAC DM 7. In our case we will assess the pile in drained conditions. for the initial assessment of the pile (see the picture).

5 0/- - 0. In our case it therefore doesn´t matter which value is specified for the „Dispersion angle β “. Soil (Soil classification) CS – Sandy clay.Part 2 www. we must in addition specify the total soil cohesion (undrained shear strength) cu [kPa] and the so-called adhesion factor α [−] . Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .30 17.5 . This factor is determined relative to the soil consistency. which depends on the pile material. Further we will define the other parameters of soils required for the analysis and assign them to the profile. For the 2nd layer. because of the fact that in this analysis we don´t analyse the lateral load. Further we must define the coefficient of lateral stress K [−] .2 method requires that the soil type is defined first. i. which is affected by the type of loading (tension – pressure) and by the pile installation technology (for more details visit Help – F1). firm consistency). which is considered as cohesionless soil (class S3. firm consistency S-F – Sand with trace of fines. whether it is a cohesive or cohesionless soil layer. because this parameter will not at all affect the resulting value of the vertical load-bearing capacity of the pile.5 29.e.5 24. For the problem simplification we will select the option „calculate“ for both of the two variants. The NAVFAC DM 7.eu . which is considered as undrained cohesive soil (class F4.finesoftware.In the next step we will specify the geological profile. medium dense).45 Table with the soil parameters – Vertical bearing capacity (analytical solution) For the 1st layer. We will leave the „Modulus k h “ out. All below-listed parameters influence the magnitude of skin friction Rs [kN ] . pile material and total soil cohesion (for more details visit Help – F1). we must in addition specify the angle of skin friction δ [°] . medium dense soil Unit weight γ kN m 3 [ ] Angle of internal friction ϕ ef [°] Cohesion Adhesion of soil factor cef / cu [kPa] α [−] Bearing capacity coefficient β p [−] 18.60 0./ 50 0.

0 kN m 3 . while the service load is considered for the calculation of settlement. The design (calculation) loading is considered for the calculation of the vertical load-bearing capacity of the pile.Dialogue window „Add new soils“ In the “Material” frame. Dialogue window „New load“ Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs . we will specify material characteristics of the pile – unit weight of the structure γ = 23. Subsequently we will define the load acting on the pile.Part 2 www.eu .finesoftware.

Another important parameter is the coefficient of bearing capacity N q [−] .finesoftware.0 . Subsequently we will define the type of the pile installation technology. which is derived from the so-called critical depth depending on the soil density (for more details visit Help – F1).e. „Geometry“ frame We will leave the “GWT + subsoil“ frame out. i. the diameter and length.eu . which is determined according to the size of the soil internal friction angle ϕ ef [°] relative to the pile installation technology (for more details visit Help – F1). First we will define the critical depth k dc [−] analysis coefficient. In the “Stage settings” frame we will leave the permanent design situation and then we will go over to the assessment of the pile using the “Vertical capacity” frame. In this case we will consider N q = 10.In the “Geometry” frame we will specify the circular cross-section of the pile and further determine its basic dimensions.0 . Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .2 analysis method First we must specify in the frame “Vertical capacity” the calculation parameters affecting the magnitude of the pile base bearing capacity Rb [kN ] .Part 2 www. We will consider this coefficient as k dc = 1. Analysis of vertical load-bearing capacity of a single pile – NAVFAC DM 7.

The other parameters will remain unchanged. − NAVFAC DM 7.Part 2 www.2“ The design vertical bearing capacity of a centrally loaded pile Rc [kN ] consists of the sum of the skin friction Rs and the resistance on pile base Rb . Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs . at the drained conditions calculation. Analysis of vertical load-bearing capacity of a single pile – EFFECTIVE STRESS analysis method Now we will get back to the input data settings and will carry out the analysis of the vertical bearing capacity of a single pile for the other analysis methods (Effective stress and CSN 73 1002).06 kN > Vd = 1450.finesoftware.“Vertical capacity” frame – assessment according to NAVFAC DM 7.2: Rc = 2219. its value must be higher than the magnitude of the design load Vd [kN ] acting on the pile head. To meet the condition for reliability. we will select the “Effective stress” option.0 kN … SATISFACTORY.eu . In the “Piles” tab sheet. In the “Settings” frame we will click on the ”Edit” button.

where we in addition define for this analysis method the coefficient of pile bearing capacity β p [−] .Dialogue window „Edit current settings“ Then we will proceed to the “Soils” frame. Dialogue window „Modification of soil parameters“ Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .eu .finesoftware.Part 2 www. which affects the magnitude of skin friction Rs [kN ] . This parameter is determined according to the soil internal friction angle ϕ ef [°] and the soil type (for more details visit Help – F1).

which significantly affects the pile base bearing capacity Rb [kN ] . “Vertical capacity frame – assessment according to the Effective Stress method” − EFFECTIVE STRESS: Rc = 6172. The guidance values of N p can be found in Help – for more details visit F1. Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .finesoftware. − for N p = 30 (pile base in sandy soil): Rb = 4626. The significant influence of this parameter on the result is demonstrated by the following table: − for N p = 10 (pile base in clayey soil): Rb = 1542. Now we will get back to the “Vertical capacity” frame.44 kN . For our particular problem specification we consider the coefficient of bearing capacity N p = 30 (the pile base in sandy soil).0 kN … SATISFACORY.The other frames remain unchanged.71 kN . This parameter is determined according to the size of the soil internal friction angle ϕ ef [°] and the soil type (for more details visit Help – F1). − for N p = 60 (pile base in gravelly soil): Rb = 9253.42 kN .eu . For the Effective Stress method we must first specify the value of the coefficient of bearing capacity N p [−].8 kN > Vd = 1450.Part 2 www.

which depend on the assessment methodology adopted (for more details visit Help .0 (the analysis of vertical load-bearing capacity of a pile without the reduction due to the installation technology). We will leave the coefficient of technological influence equal to 1. Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs . part B – General solution according to group 1 of the limit states theory. Subsequently we will re-assess the pile in the “Vertical capacity” frame. All of the other input parameters will remain unchanged. page 15).F1). with the exception of calculation coefficients. All program procedures are based on the relationships contained in this text.eu . where we will change the analysis method for drained conditions in the dialogue window “Edit current settings” to „CSN 73 1002“.finesoftware.Part 2 www.Analysis of vertical load-bearing capacity of a single pile – CSN 73 1002 analysis method Now we will get back to the frame in the “Settings” frame. Dialogue window „Edit current settings“ Note: The analysis procedure is presented in the publication „Pile foundations – Comments on CSN 73 1002“ (Chapter 3: Designing.

eu .2: adhesion factor α [−] . − EFFECTIVE STRESS: coefficient of pile bearing capacity β p [−] . soil internal friction angle ϕ ef [°] .18 kN > Vd = 1450.„Vertical capacity – assessment according to CSN 73 1002“ frame − CSN 73 1002: Rc = 5776. Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs . Vertical load-bearing capacity of a single pile analysis results: The values of the total vertical bearing capacity Rc of a pile differ depending on the analysis methods used and the input parameters assumed by these methods: − NAVFAC DM 7.finesoftware.Part 2 www. − CSN 73 1002: soil cohesion cef [kPa] . coefficient of bearing capacity N p [−]. coefficient of lateral soil stress K [−] . critical depth analysis coefficient k dc [−] .0 kN … SATISFACTORY. pile skin friction angle δ [°] . coefficient of bearing capacity N q [−] .

2 EFECTIVE STRESS CSN 73 1002 676.The results of the analysis of the vertical bearing capacity of a single pile in drained conditions relative to the analysis method used are presented in the following table: EN 1997-1. The assessment of piles depends first of all on the chosen analysis method and input parameters describing the soil. the pile design is therefore satisfactory.24 4626.06 6172. DA2 (drained conditions) Analysis method Pile skin bearing capacity Rs [kN ] Pile base bearing capacity Rb [kN ] Vertical bearing capacity Rc [kN ] NAVFAC DM 7.71 4063. The fundamental reliability condition for the ultimate limit state is met.18 Summary of results – Vertical bearing capacity of pile in drained conditions The total vertical bearing capacity of a centrally loaded single pile Rc is higher than the value of the design load Vd acting on it. This fact is caused both by the different input parameters and by the chosen analysis method. Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .finesoftware.82 1546. Conclusion: It follows from the analysis results that the total vertical bearing capacity of a pile is different.58 1542. For the Czech and Slovak Republics the GEO 5 software authors recommend calculating the vertical load-bearing capacity of a single pile using the following two methods: a) An analysis taking into consideration the value of the allowable settlement s lim = 25 mm (the procedure according to Masopust.eu .09 1712.80 5776. which is based on the solution to regression curves equations). It is certainly improper to assess a pile using all analysis methods contained in the program and choose the best or the worst results. Designers should always use such calculation procedures for which they have required soil parameters available resulting from the results of engineering geological surveys and which reflect local practices.Part 2 www.60 2219.

finesoftware. The pile analysis procedure remains identical with that contained in CSN.Part 2 www. This analysis therefore fully complies with EN 1997-1. but the loading and calculation coefficients reducing the soil parameters or the pile resistance are specified according to EN 1997-1.eu . Engineering manuals for GEO5 programs .b) An analysis according to CSN 73 1002.

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