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Program Description:

"POLEFDN" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis of a pole foundation

assuming the use of a rigid round pier which is assumed free (unrestrained) at the top and subjected to lateral

and vertical loads. Specifically, the required embedment depth, the maximum moment and shear, the plain

concrete stresses, and the soil bearing pressures are calculated.

This program is a workbook consisting of six (6) worksheets, described as follows:

Worksheet Name

Description

Doc

Pole Fdn (Czerniak)

Pole Fdn (UBC-IBC)

Pole Fdn (OAAA)

Granular Soil (Teng)

Cohesive Soil (Teng)

Pole foundation analysis for free-top round piers using PCA/Czerniak method

Pole foundation analysis for free-top round piers using UBC/IBC method

Pole foundation analysis for free-top round piers using OAAA method

Pole foundation analysis in granular soil using USS/Teng method

Pole foundation analysis in cohesive soil using USS/Teng method

1. Since there is not a universally accepted method for pole foundation analysis, this program offers up five (5)

different methods of determining embedment length for pole foundations. The "Pole Fdn(Czerniak)" worksheet

is the primary method emphasized in this program, since it provides the most detail in overall analysis.

However, it does yield the most conservative embedment depth results of all the methods presented.

2. The references used in the different analysis methods in this program are as follows:

a. "Design of Concrete Foundation Piers" - by Frank Randall

b. "Resistance to Overturning of Single, Short Piles" - by Eli Czerniak

ASCE Journal of the Structural Division, Vol. 83, No. ST2, Paper 1188, March 1957

c. 1997 Uniform Building Code (UBC), Section 1806.8, page 2-45

d. Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA) - New York, NY

e. "Tapered Steel Poles - Caisson Foundation Design"

Prepared for United States Steel Corporation by Teng and Associates, July 1969

3.

4.

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7.

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Note: references "a" and "b" refer to the "Pole Fdn(Czerniak)" worksheet, while reference "e" refers to both

the "Granular Soil(Teng)" and "Cohesive Soil(Teng)" worksheets.

The "Pole Fdn(Czerniak)" worksheet assumes that the foundation is short, rigid, meeting the criteria that the

foundation embedment length divided by the foundation diameter <= 10.

This program will handle both horizontally as well as vertically applied loads. The vertical load may have an

associated eccentricity which results in an additional overturning moment which is always assumed to add

directly to the overturning moment produced by the horizontal load.

This program assumes that the top of the pier is at or above the top of the ground surface level.

This program assumes that the actual resisting surface is at or below the ground surface level. This accounts

for any weak soil or any soil which may be removed at the top.

The "Pole Fdn(Czerniak)" worksheet assumes that the rigid pier rotates about a point located at a distance, 'a',

below the resisting the surface. The maximum shear in pier is assumed to be at that 'a' distance, while the

maximum moment in the pier is assume to be at a distance = 'a/2'.

The "Pole Fdn(Czerniak)" worksheet calculates the "plain" (unreinforced) concrete stresses, compression,

tension, and shear in the pier. The respective allowable stresses are also determined based on the strength

(f'c) of the concrete. This is done to determine if steel reinforcing is actually required. However, whether

minimum reinforcing is to be used or not is left up to the user. The allowable tension stress in "plain" concrete

is assumed to be equal to 10% of the value of the allowable compressive stress.

9. The "Pole Fdn(Czerniak)" worksheet calculates the actual soil bearing pressures along the side of the pier at

distances equal to 'a/2' and 'L'. The respective allowable passive pressures at those locations are determined

for comparison. However, it is left up to the user to determine the adequacy.

10. Since all overturning loads are resisted by the passive pressure against the embedment of the pier, this

program assumes that the pier acts in direct end bearing to resist only the vertical loading. The bottom of

pier bearing pressure is calculated, which includes the self-weight of the pier, assumed at 0.150 kcf for the

concrete.

"POLEFDN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

For Free-Top (Unconstrained) Rigid Round Piers Using PCA / Czerniak Method

Subjected Vertical Load, Horizontal Load, and/or Moment

Job Name:

Subject:

Job Number:

Checker:

Originator:

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L/D =

Lt =

Pier Side S

a=

Pc =

Input Data:

Pier Data:

Pier Foundation Diameter, D =

Pier Height Above Soil, h1 =

Concrete Strength, f'c =

Pv=16.5 k

1.500

0.000

4.000

ft.

0.100

30.00

0.000

2.500

kcf

M=8.9 ft-k

ft.

ksi

Ph=1.4 k

Soil Data:

Angle of Internal Friction, =

Depth to Resisting Surface, h2 =

Allow. Soil Bearing Pressure, Pa =

H=12'

Ground

deg.

Line

h1=0'

ft.

h2=0'

ksf

Pier Loadings:

Axial Load, Pv =

Horizontal Load, Ph =

Distance from Ph to Top/Pier, H =

Externally Applied Moment, M =

16.500

1.400

12.000

8.900

Pt(allow) =

kips

Resisting

kips

Surface

L=11.68'

Af =

Wf =

Pv =

P(bot) =

Pier Shear

Maximum

ft.

ft-kips

Pier

V(max) =

Results:

Maximum

D=1.5'

M(max) =

Pier Embedment and Total Length:

Nomenclature

Ho =

0.93

Ho = Ph/D

kips/ft.

Mo = 17.13 ft-kips/ft.

Mo = (M+Ph*(H+h1+h2))/D

fa =

E = 18.36 ft.

E = Mo/Ho

Kp = TAN^2(45+/2) (passive soil pressure coefficient)

Kp = 3.000

fb =

R = Kp* (passive soil resistance/ft. depth)

R = 0.300 ksf/ft.

L=

11.68

L = solution of cubic equation: L^3-(14*Ho/R)*L-(19*Mo/R)=0

fc =

ft.

L/D =

7.79

L/D <= 10 for valid short, rigid pier analysis

L/D<=10, O.K.

Fc(allow) =

Lt =

11.68

Lt = h1+h2+L (total length)

ft.

ft =

Pier Side Soil Pressures:

Ft(allow) =

a = 8.077 ft.

a = L*(4*E/L+3)/(6*E/L+4) ("pivot" point from top of resisting surface)

Pc =

1.211

Pc = 1.18*(4*Mo+3*Ho*L)^2/(L^2*(3*Mo+2*Ho*L))

fv =

ksf

Pc(allow) = 1.212 ksf

Pc(allow) = Pp*(a/2)

Pc(allow)>=Pc,

Fv(allow)

O.K. =

Pt =

3.118

Pt = 9.42*(2*Mo+Ho*L)/L^2

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ksf

Pt(allow) = 3.504 ksf

Pt(allow) = Pp*L

Pt(allow)>=Pt, O.K.

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Pier End Bearing Pressure:

#

Af = *D^2/4 (pier base area)

Af =

1.77

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ft.^2

Wf =

3.10

Wf = (Af*Lt)*0.150 (pier weight)

#

kips

Pv = 19.60 kips

Pv = Pv+Wf (total vertical load)

#

P(bot)

=

Pv/Af

P(bot) = 11.089 ksf

Pa<P(bot)

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Pier Plain C

Axial Com

Flexural T

Combined

Combined

Shear Str

"POLEFDN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

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(located at distance = a, from top of resisting surface)

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V(max) = ABS(Ho*D*(1-3*(4*E/L+3)*(a/L)^2+4*(3*E/L+2)*(a/L)^3)

#

#

Maximum Moment:

(located at distance = a/2, from top of resisting surface)

#

M(max) = 26.65 ft-kips

M(max) = Ho*D*L*(E/L+a/2/L-(4*E/L+3)*(a/2/L)^3+(3*E/L+2)*(a/2/L)^4) #

#

Pier Plain Concrete Stresses:

(Plain concrete allowable stresses from ACI 318-02, Chapter 22)

#

Axial Compressive Stress:

#

fa = (Pv+*D^2/4*(h1+h2+a/2)*0.15)/(*(D*12)^2/4)*1000

fa = 69.05 psi

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Flexural Tension/Compression Stress:

#

fb = M(max)*12/(*(D*12)^3/32)*1000

fb = 558.48 psi

#

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(

=

0.55

and

divide

ACI

Code

USD

value

by

1.6

for

ASD)

Combined Compression Stress:

#

fc = 627.53 psi

fc = fb+fa (compression)

#

Fc(allow) = 0.85**(f'c*1000)/1.6

Fc(allow) = 1168.75 psi

Fc(allow)>=fc, O.K.

#

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( = 0.55 and divide ACI Code USD value by 1.6 for ASD)

Combined Tension Stress:

#

ft = 489.43 psi

ft = fb-fa (tension)

#

Ft(allow) = 5**SQRT(f'c*1000)/1.6

Ft(allow) = 108.70 psi

Ft(allow)<ft

#

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Shear Stress:

(divide ACI Code USD value by 1.6 for ASD)

#

fv

=

V(max)/(*(D*12)^2/4)*1000

(shear)

fv = 18.93 psi

#

Fv(allow) = 52.70 psi

Fv(allow) = 4/3*SQRT(f'c*1000)/1.6

Fv(allow)>=fv, O.K.

#

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Applied Lateral Load and Resistance of Pole/Foundation

Reference: "Resistance to Overturning of Single, Short Piles" - by Eli Czerniak

#

ASCE Journal of the Struct. Div., Vol. 83, No. ST2, Paper 1188, Mar. 1957

#

#

Ph

Pier Shear and Moment:

Maximum Shear:

V(max) =

4.82

kips

L^3-(14*Ho/R)*L-(19*Mo/R) = 0

E

Resisting Surface

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Ground Line

Mo

Ho

a

2

a

L

Pc

R*L

Pt

V(max)

M(max)

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Applied

Load

Pole/Fdn.

Rotation

Unit Resist.

Available

Pressure

Diagram

Shear

Diagram

Moment

Diagram

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"POLEFDN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Job Name:

Job Number:

For Free-Top (Unconstrained) Rigid Round Piers Using UBC / IBC Method

Subjected Vertical Load, Horizontal Load, and/or Moment

Subject:

Checker:

Originator:

Pe =

Kp =

Pp =

S1 =

A=

L=

Lt =

Input Data:

Pier Data:

Pier Foundation Diameter, D =

Pier Height Above Soil, h1 =

Pv=3 k

2.500

0.000

ft.

Pier End B

M=0 ft-k

ft.

Af =

Wf =

Pv =

Ph=10.133 k

Soil Data:

Angle of Internal Friction, =

Depth to Resisting Surface, h2 =

Allow. Soil Bearing Pressure, Pa =

0.120

30.00

0.000

4.000

kcf

deg.

H=28.625'

Ground

ft.

Line

h1=0'

ksf

h2=0'

Pier Loadings:

Axial Load, Pv =

Horizontal Load, Ph =

Distance from Ph to Top/Pier, H =

Externally Applied Moment, M =

3.000

10.133

28.625

0.000

kips

kips

Resisting

ft.

Surface

L=15.45'

ft-kips

Pier

D=2.5'

Results:

Nomenclature

Pier Embedment and Total Length:

Pe = 10.133 kips

Pe = Ph+(M/(H+h1+h2)) ("equivalent total" horizontal load)

Kp = TAN^2(45+/2) (passive pressure coefficient)

Kp = 3.000

Pp

= Kp**L (passive pressure at bottom of pier)

Pp = 5.562 ksf

S1 = 1.854 ksf

S1 = Pp/3 (passive pressure at 1/3 embedment depth)

A=

5.116

A = 2.34*Pe/(S1*D)

L = 15.45 ft.

L = A/2*(1+SQRT(1+(4.36*(H+h1+h2)/A)))

(UBC 1997 Eqn. 6-1, p. 2-45)

Lt = 15.45 ft.

Lt = h1+h2+L (total length)

(IBC 2003 Eqn. 18.1, p. 370)

Pier End Bearing Pressure:

Af =

4.91

ft.^2

Wf =

11.38

kips

Pv = 14.38 kips

P(bot) = 2.928 ksf

Reference:

Wf = (Af*Lt)*0.150 (pier weight)

Pv = Pv+Wf (total vertical load)

P(bot) = Pv/Af

Pa>=P(bot), O.K.

2003 International Building Code (IBC), Section 1805.7.2.1, pages 370-371

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"POLEFDN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

For Free-Top (Unconstrained) Rigid Round Piers Using OAAA Method

Subjected Vertical Load, Horizontal Load, and/or Moment

Subject:

Checker:

Originator:

Job Name:

Job Number:

Pe =

Kp =

Pp =

S1 =

L=

Lt =

Input Data:

Pier Data:

Pier Foundation Diameter, D =

Pier Height Above Soil, h1 =

Pv=3 k

2.500

0.000

Pier End B

ft.

Af =

Wf =

Pv =

P(bot) =

M=0 ft-k

ft.

Ph=10.133 k

Soil Data:

Angle of Internal Friction, =

Depth to Resisting Surface, h2 =

Allow. Soil Bearing Pressure, Pa =

0.120

30.00

0.000

4.000

kcf

deg.

H=28.625'

Ground

ft.

Line

h1=0'

ksf

h2=0'

Pier Loadings:

Axial Load, Pv =

Horizontal Load, Ph =

Distance from Ph to Top/Pier, H =

Externally Applied Moment, M =

3.000

10.133

28.625

0.000

kips

kips

Resisting

ft.

Surface

L=15.57'

ft-kips

Pier

D=2.5'

Results:

Nomenclature

Pier Embedment and Total Length:

Pe = 10.133 kips

Pe = Ph+(M/(H+h1+h2)) ("equivalent total" horizontal load)

Kp = TAN^2(45+/2) (passive pressure coefficient)

Kp = 3.000

Pp

= Kp**L (passive pressure at bottom of pier)

Pp = 5.604 ksf

S1 = 1.868 ksf

S1 = Pp/3 (passive pressure at 1/3 embedment depth)

L = 15.57 ft.

L = 1.18*Pe/(D*S1)*(1+SQRT(1+1.88*D*S1*(H+h1+h2)/Pe))

Lt = 15.57 ft.

Lt = h1+h2+L (total length)

Pier End Bearing Pressure:

Af =

4.91

ft.^2

Wf =

11.46

kips

Pv = 14.46 kips

P(bot) = 2.946 ksf

Reference:

Wf = (Af*Lt)*0.150 (pier weight)

Pv = Pv+Wf (total vertical load)

P(bot) = Pv/Af

Comments:

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"POLEFDN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

For Free-Top Rigid Round Piers Embedded in Granular Soil Using USS/Teng Method

Subjected Vertical Load, Horizontal Load, and/or Moment

Job Name:

Subject:

Job Number:

Checker:

Originator:

=

Kp =

Pier Embe

Input Data:

Pier Data:

Pier Foundation Diameter, D =

Pier Height Above Soil, h1 =

Ho =

Mo =

L=

Lt =

Pv=3 k

2.500

0.000

ft.

Pier End B

M=0 ft-k

ft.

Af =

Wf =

Pv =

Ph=10.133 k

Soil Data:

Blows/Foot (Penetrometer), N =

Depth to Resisting Surface, h2 =

Allow. Soil Bearing Pressure, Pa =

0.120

8

0.000

4.000

kcf

H=28.625'

Ground

ft.

Line

h1=0'

ksf

h2=0'

Pier Loadings:

Axial Load, Pv =

Horizontal Load, Ph =

Distance from Ph to Top/Pier, H =

Externally Applied Moment, M =

Overload Factor, OLF =

3.000

10.133

28.625

0.000

2.000

kips

kips

Resisting

ft.

Surface

L=12.17'

ft-kips

Pier

D=2.5'

Nomenclature

Results:

Granular Soil Parameters:

= 30.50 deg.

Kp = 3.061

Kp = TAN(45+/2)^2 (passive soil pressure coefficient)

Ho = 20.27 kips

Ho = Ph*OLF

Mo = 580.11 ft-kips

Mo = (M+Ph*(H+h1+h2))*OLF

L = solution of cubic equation: L^3-2*Ho*L/(Kp**D)-2*Mo/(Kp**D)=0

L = 12.17 ft.

Lt = 12.17 ft.

Lt = h1+h2+L (total length)

Pier End Bearing Pressure:

Af =

4.91

ft.^2

Wf =

8.96

kips

Pv =

11.96

kips

P(bot) = 2.436 ksf

Wf = (Af*Lt)*0.150 (pier weight)

Pv = Pv+Wf (total vertical load)

P(bot) = Pv/Af

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"POLEFDN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

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Reference: "Tapered Steel Poles - Caisson Foundation Design"

Prepared for United States Steel Corp. by Teng and Assoc., July 1969

Embedment depth, L, is solution of:

L^3-2*Ho/(Kp**D)*L-2*Mo/(Kp**D) = 0

Mo

Ho

R

D

3**Kp*D*L

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"POLEFDN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

For Free-Top Rigid Round Piers Embedded in Cohesive Soil Using USS/Teng Method

Subjected Vertical Load, Horizontal Load, and/or Moment

Job Name:

Subject:

Job Number:

Checker:

Originator:

qu =

c=

q=

Input Data:

Pier Data:

Pier Foundation Diameter, D =

Pier Height Above Soil, h1 =

Ho =

Mo =

Heff =

L =

Lt =

Pv=3 k

2.500

0.000

ft.

M=0 ft-k

ft.

Ph=10.133 k

Soil Data:

Blows/Foot (Penetrometer), N =

Depth to Resisting Surface, h2 =

Allow. Soil Bearing Pressure, Pa =

8

0.000

4.000

Af =

ft.

H=28.625'

Ground

ksf

Line

P(bot) =

h1=0'

Pier Loadings:

Axial Load, Pv =

Horizontal Load, Ph =

Distance from Ph to Top/Pier, H =

Externally Applied Moment, M =

Overload Factor, OLF =

h2=0'

3.000

10.133

28.625

0.000

2.000

kips

kips

ft.

Resisting

ft-kips

Surface

L=15.53'

Pier

D=2.5'

Nomenclature

Results:

Cohesive Soil Parameters:

qu =

2.00

ksf

c=

1.00

ksf

q = 0.901 ft.

c = qu/2 (shear strength of soil)

q =Ph*OLF/(9*c*D)

Ho = 20.27 kips

Ho = Ph*OLF

Mo = 580.11 ft-kips

Mo = (M+Ph*(H+h1+h2))*OLF

Heff = 28.63 ft.

Heff = Mo/Ho

L = 15.53 ft.

L = 1.5*D+q*(1+SQRT(2+(4*Heff+6*D)/q))

Lt = 15.53 ft.

Lt = h1+h2+L (total length)

Pier End Bearing Pressure:

Af =

4.91

ft.^2

Wf =

11.43

kips

Pv = 14.43 kips

P(bot) = 2.940 ksf

Wf = (Af*Lt)*0.150 (pier weight)

Pv = Pv+Wf (total vertical load)

P(bot) = Pv/Af

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"POLEFDN.xls" Program

Version 2.0

Reference: "Tapered Steel Poles - Caisson Foundation Design"

Prepared for United States Steel Corp. by Teng and Assoc., July 1969

Embedment depth, L, is solution of:

L = 1.5*D+q*(1+SQRT(2+(4*Heff+6*D)/q))

Mo

Ho

1.5*D

L

H1

Y1

H2

Y2

9*c*D

9*c*D

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