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15 Jan 91

APPENDIX D

PILE CAPACITY COMPUTATIONS

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D-1. General. After the shear strength and stratification has been selected,

the capacity of piles may be computed. The geotechnical engineer computes the

capacity of a single pile placed in the subgrade at various levels, then furnishes to the structural engineer a curve relating the pile tip elevation to

the axial capacity. These computations may be for any number of pile types,

i.e., timber, concrete, steel H-pile, etc., and the computations should be

both in the construction shear strength case Q and the long-term shear

strength case S. Therefore, two curves for each compression and tension

loading will be produced and the designer should use the lowest composite in

selecting an allowable load.

D-2. Example Computations. Included are examples for soil profiles consisting of soft clay, sand, silt, and alternating layers. To reduce the

number of computations, a timber pile at a single tip elevation is shown.

These computations must be made at each change in soil property and at a close

enough interval to describe the curve mentioned in Paragraph D-1. In the

examples, each of the various tip elevations used a timber pile having a

12-inch butt diameter and a 7-inch tip diameter, with the butt driven flush to

the ground surface.

a. Uniform Clay Profile. This example was developed for a bottom of

slab elevation of +10.0 feet.* Using the shear strengths from the laboratory

testing, two shear strength trends are developed. The example trend is shown

below:

Average Laboratory Test Results

Elevation ft

10.0

0.0

-15.0

-20.0

-30.0

to

to

to

to

to

0.0

-15.0

-20.0

-30.0

-60.0

φ°

0

0

0

0

0

γ

Q Case

(pcf)

c

110

48*

42*

40*

38*

(psf)

φ°

400

600

650

800

900

23

23

23

23

23

γ

S Case

(pcf)

c

110

48*

42*

40*

38*

(psf)

0

0

0

0

0

***The unit weight below the water table at elevation 0.0 (NGVD) is the
**

submerged weight.

**(1) Example computation for soft clay in the "Q" case for a single tip
**

elevation of -30.0 using a timber pile having butt diameter of 12 inches and

tip diameter of 7 inches. This will be the computation for a single point on

a pile capacity vs. tip elevation curve. It is based upon the data above

which therefore means that the pile length is 40 ft.

(a) Compute pile skin friction "Q" case.

due to property variation computed as follows:

Computations will be by layer

***All elevations (el) cited herein are in feet referred to National Geodetic
**

Vertical Datum (NGVD) of 1929.

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**To compute the average diameter of the tapered timber pile the following
**

equation is used.

di

A

= dt +

L(dB - dt_

)

_________

B

where:

= diameter at the midpoint of the layer being computed

di

A

**dt = diameter of pile tip
**

dB = diameter of pile butt

L = length from pile tip to midpoint of layer

Lt = total length of pile

Layer from elevation +10.0 to elevation 0.0

Average pile diameter = 7 +

35(5)

_____

= 11.375 inches

40

∆Qs = π . Avg. Diameter . Length . Cohesion . Adhesion reduction factor

**obtained from Figure 4-3
**

Increment of skin friction

∆Qs = π

11.375

______

(10)(400)(1) = 11,911 pounds

12

Layer from elevation 0.0 to elevation -15.0

**Average pile diameter
**

d = 7 +

22.5(5)

_______

= 9.813 inches

40

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α

from Figure 4-3 is 0.95

Increment of skin friction

∆Qs = π

9.813

_____

(15’)(600)(0.95) = 21,965 pounds

12

Layer from elevation -15.0 to elevation -20.0

Average pile diameter

d = 7 +

12.5(5)

_______

= 8.563 inches

40

Increment of skin friction

∆Qs = π

8.563

_____

(5)(650)(1.9) = 6,556 pounds

12

Layer from elevation -20.0 to elevation -30.0

Average pile diameter

d = 7 +

5(5)

____

= 7.625 inches

40

Increment of skin friction

∆Qs = π

7.625

_____

(10)(800)(.8) = 12,712 pounds

12

D-5

0 using a safety factor of 2.15 tons __ __________ _ = = 13.962 __ _____ _ = = 0.0 using the equations: q = 9C QT = ATq where: C = shear strength AT = tip area π(7/12)2 ________ QT = 9. (a) Compute Skin Friction "S" case.57 tons FS 2.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Qs = Allow Qs 27. due to property variations as follows: D-6 Computations will be by the layer . using the soil properties presented in the table above.962 tons 4 QT = Allow QT 0.0 The allowable "Q" case Compression soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30.0 = 14 tons (2) Example computation for the "S" case capacity with all factors as in (1).0(800) = 1.0 using a safety factor of 2.23 lb = 0. This will compute a single point upon the "S" case portion of the curve pile capacity vs.924.48 tons FS 2.0 (b) Compute end bearing "Q" case with pile tip at elevation -30.57 tons × 1. this is presented herein on page D-21.0 in the "Q" case is computed as follows: QA -30 = QS A + QT = 14 tons A The allowable "Q" case tension soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30. tip elevation. The effective overburden pressure at any point has to be computed at any point in the soil profile.0 in the "Q" case is computed as follows: QA -30 = QS A × kT = 13.

375 inches (see previous computation) Average strength (Note a reduction factor to the angle-of-internal friction φ is normally considered necessary to obtain δ).100 tan 23° _____________ _ + 0 = 233.4 pounds 12 Layer from elevation 0. The engineer has to use judgement and load test results to find the range of δ for the area in which the work is being performed. su = 1.820 _____________ tan 23° = 619.375 ______ (10)(233.0 to elevation 0.0 is used herein. fs = kσ’v = 233.73 D-7 . A reduction factor value of 1.46 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 11.0 Average pile diameter d = 9. See Table 4-2 for values of δ to use.952.73 2 fs = kσ’v = 619.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 where: fs = ksu su = γ’D tan φ + C Layer from elevation +10.0 Average pile diameter d = 11.813 inches Average strength su = 1.46) = 6.0 to elevation -15.100 + 1.46 .46 psf 2 su = 233.

43 pounds 12 Layer from elevation -15.11) = 9.0 to elevation -30.58) = 18.11 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 8.0 Average pile diameter d = 8.94 pounds 12 Layer from elevation -20.813 _____ (15)(619.880.820 + 2.430 _____________ tan 23° = 946.11 psf 2 fs = 817.030 + 2.73) = 23.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 9.563 _____ (5)(817.158.58 psf 2 fs = 946.58 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 7.625 inches Average strength su = 2.82 pounds 12 D-8 .895.625 _____ (10)(946.030 _____________ tan 23° = 817.563 inches Average strength su = 1.0 Average pile diameter d = 7.0 to elevation -20.

EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Qs Qs __ = 14.0 tip.34 tons A The allowable "S" case tension soil/pile load at elevation -30.7 = 10. Negative skin friction may occur. The soils engineer will estimate this load and furnish it to the structural engineer to be included into the applied loads.3 tons (3) Negative skin friction is directly addressed in other areas of this text and should be accounted for in any actual computation. using a safety factor of 2. drained shear strength case.72 tons FS = Allowable (b) Compute end bearing in the "S" case with the pile tip at elevation 30.267)(2430)(10) = 6.0 using the equations: q = σ’vNq QT = ATq where: Nq = Terzaghi’s bearing factor for φ = 23° Nq = 10 (from "Terzaghi and Peck. especially in the long-term.24 tons Qs Qs __ = 1.1 lb = 3.0 using a safety factor of 2.488. D-9 .62 tons FS = Allowable The allowable "S" case compression soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30." Figure 4-2) 7/12_2 ____ Area of tip = AT = π 4 = 0.72 × 0.0 in the "S" case is as follows: QA -30 = QS A × kT = 14.267 sq ft QT = (0.0 in the "S" case is computed as follows: QA -30 = QS A + QT = 16.

which is based upon engineering judgement.0. as follows: Computations will be by layer due to where: fs i = ksu su = γ’D tan φ + c Layer from elevation +10. (a) Compute the overburden pressure at the pile σ’v = γD as shown in the computer example on Page D-24.0. Uniform Medium Density Sand Profile. Therefore. the critical depth is 15 feet.0 to -60. and 1.520 psf at limit depth. This computation requires a 40 ft pile from elevation +10. using the shear strengths from laboratory testing on a sand classified SP-F the shear strength trends shown below were developed.0 and a timber pile having butt diameter of 12 inches and tip diameter of 7 inches.0 to elevation 0. Average Laboratory Test Results Elevation (ft) φ (degrees) 10. In this example δ is taken as 1. taking B to be the butt diameter.0 to elevation -30.0 0. This example was also developed for a bottom slab/ground line elevation of +10. the pile material and pile load tests in this area.0 is submerged weight.375 inches 40 D-10 .0 Average pile diameter d = 7 + 35(5) _____ = 11.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 e.0 30 30 γ’ (pcf) 122 60* c (psf) 0 0 *The unit weight below the water table at el 0. (1) Example computation for sand using a single-pile tip elevation of 30. pile capacity.0 to 0. This is a single point computation in a series to form a curve of pile tip elevation vs.0. The angle of internal friction φ is reduced in some cases by δ shown in Table 4-3.0 feet. 1. property variations. (b) Compute pile skin friction. σ’v is zero at the surface.220 psf at elevation 0. Applying the critical depth limiting value criterion of D/B = 15 .

0 to elevation -5.220 _________ tan 30° + 0 = 352.97) = 10.375 ______ 10(352.563 inches 40 su su = 1.18 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 11.0 Average pile diameter d = 7 + Average strength of sand su = 27.97 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 10.0 to elevation -30.220 + 1.520 tan 30° = 877.5(5) _______ = 8.438 inches 40 su 1.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Average strength of sand su = su 0 + 1.0 Average pile diameter d = 7 + Average strength of sand 12.806.18) = 10.5(5) _______ = 10.18 psf 2 fs = ksu = 352.83 pounds 12 Layer from elevation 0.57 D-11 .78 pounds 12 Layer from elevation -5.438 ______ 5(790.487.520 _____________ tan 30° = 790.97 psf 2 fs = ksu = 790.

57) = 49.0 will be: QA = -30 Qs + __ QT 70.475.000 lb/ton) The allowable tension soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30.24 pounds The allowable compression soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30.108.311.0 using a safety factor of 2.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 fs = ksu = 877.2672 sq ft 4 QT = 7.0 will be: D-12 .0 using a safety factor of 2.57 8.04 pounds 12 ∆Qs = π ∆Qs Qs = = 70.475.311.45 tons FS 2(2.563 _____ (25)(877.24 _____ ____________________ = = 19.520 (limit value at D/B =15) AT = π 7/122 _____ = 0.0 pounds i i=1 to N (c) Compute end bearing with the tip at elevation -30.0 using the following equations: q = σ’N v q QT = ATq where: Nq = Terzaghi’s bearing factor for φ = 30° Nq = 18 Compute: σ’v = 1.00 + 7.

The shear strength trends are as shown: Average Laboratory Test Results Elevation. σ’v at the surface in zero. to property variations as follows: where: fs i = ksu D-13 Computations will be by layer due . where the "S" values are from the effective stress circles. the pile material.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 QA = -30 Qs × __ kT 70.33 tons FS 2(2.0. This computation will use a 40 foot pile to extend from elevation +10. This example is developed for a bottom of slab/ground line_elevation of +10.475(0. and the results of pile load tests in the area.0 to elevation -30. at elevation 0. Uniform Silt Subgrade.445 psf.0 to -60. The silt used in this example was "dirty" with some clay included.0 φ (deg) 15 15 "Q" Case γ (pcf) 117 55* c (psf) 200 200 φ (deg) 28 28 "S" Case γ (pcf) c (psf) 117 55* 0 0 *The unit weight (?) below the watertable at elevation 0. (c) Compute skin friction "Q" case.0 ft is the submerged unit weight. This is a single point computation in a series to form a curve of pile tip elevation vs.0.0 0. ft 10.0 to 0.170 psf.9 for the "S" case. (1) Example computation for silt in the "Q" case using a pile tip at elevation -30.000 lb/ton) c.0.7) _____ ______________ = = 12.0 feet. Therefore. The "Q" values are from the envelope to the total stress circles. and at the limit depth elevation of -5.0 and a timber pile having a butt diameter of 12 inches and a tip diameter of 7 inches. Applying the critical depth limiting value criterion of D/B = 15 we find the critical depth to be 15 feet. The use of reduction factor to obtain δ depends upon engineering judgement.0 for the "Q" case and 0. it is 1. using the shear strengths developed from laboratory R testing on a silt (ML). pile capacity. it is 1. In this example δ is taken as 1. (b) The angle of internal friction φ is reduced by a factor given in Table 4-3 to obtain δ . (a) Compute the overburden pressure at the pile as σ’v = γD as shown in the computer example on page D-27/28.

0 to elevation 0.19 pounds 12 Layer from elevation 0.170 _________ tan 15° + 200 = 356.375 inches 40 su 0 + 1.72 psf 2 fs = ksu = 356.5(5) _______ = 10.445 _____________ tan 15° + 200 = 550.738.438 inches 40 su 1.0 to elevation -5.72 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 11.0 Average pile diameter d = 7 + Average strength of silt su = 35(5) _____ = 11.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 su = γ’D tan φ + c Layer from elevation +10.0 D-14 .34 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 10.0 to elevation -30.72) = 63.0 Average pile diameter d = 7 + Average strength of silt su = 27.170 + 1.48 pounds 12 Layer from elevation -5.34 psf 2 fs = ksu = 550.34) = 7.375 ______ (10)(356.483 ______ (5)(550.519.

445 tan 15° + 200 = 587.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Average pile diameter d = 7 + Average strength of silt 12.19) = 32.563 _____ (25)(587.5(5) _______ = 8.445 psf (limit value at AT = π 7/122 _____ 4 D/B =15) = 0.42 pounds D-15 .908.2672 sq ft QT = 0.19 psf Increment of skin friction 8.19 psf fs = ksu = 587.445)(4) = 1.563 inches 40 su su = 1.0 using the following equations: q = σ’N v q QT = ATq where: Nq = Terzaghi’s bearing factor at φ = 15° Nq = 4 compute: σ’v = 1.544.97 pounds 12 ∆Qs = π (d) Compute end bearing in the "Q" case with the pile tip at elevation -30.2672(1.

(a) The overburden pressure and limit values from the "Q" case example are valid.0 using a safety factor of 2.0 to elevation -30.0 and a timber pile having a butt diameter of 12 inches and a tip diameter of 7 inches.0.0.445 psf and D/Bcritical = 15 feet. i. σ’v = 1. pile capacity.170 psf.33 tons FS (2) Example computation for silt in the "S" case using a single pile tip at elevation -30.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 The allowable "Q" case compression soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30.0 will be: QA = Qs + Q_T ______ -30 = 26. (b) Compute skin friction "S" case. σ’v = 1..0 will be: QA = -30 Qs × K_T ______ = 18.0 Average pile diameter d = 7 + 35(5) _____ = 11. elevation -5.0 using a safety factor of 2.375 inches 40 D-16 . to property variations as follows: Computations will be by layer due where: fs i = ksu su = γ’D tan φ + c Layer from elevation +10. This computation will use a 40-foot pile to extend from elevation +10.0 .43 tons FS The allowable "Q" case tension soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30. This is a single point computation in a series to form a curve of pile tip elevation vs. elevation 0.e. elevation +10.0. σ’v = 0.0.0 to elevation 0.

9) = 615.26 psf 2 fs = ksu = 615.5(5) _______ = 8.9) + 0 = 275.170 + 1.28 psf 2 fs = ksu = 275.445) tan (28 × 0.406.5(5) _______ = 10.375 ______ (10)(275.0 to elevation -30.97 psf D-17 .26) = 8.0 Average pile diameter d = 7 + Average strength of silt 12.0 Average pile diameter d = 7 + Average strength of silt su = 27.75 pounds 12 Layer from elevation 0.26 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 10.563 inches 40 su su = (1.438 ______ (5)(615.445 _____________ tan (28° × 0.28 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 11.49 pounds 12 Layer from elevation -5.438 inches 40 su 1.197.0 to elevation -5.9) = 679.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Average strength of silt su = su 0 + 1170 ________ tan (28° × .28) = 8.

EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 fs = ksu = 679. will be: QA = -30 Qs + Q_T ______ = 15.2672 sq ft 4 QT = 0.563 _____ (25)(679.97 psf Increment of skin friction 8.71 pounds 12 ∆Qs = π (c) Compute end bearing in the "S" case with the tip of at elevation -30.791.445)(15) = 5. using a safety factor of 2.0.97) = 38.56 pounds The allowable "S" case compression soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30.445 psf (limit value of D/B = 15) AT = π 7/122 _____ = 0.0 using the following equations: q = σ’N v q QT = ATq where: Nq = Terzaghi’s bearing factor at φ = 28° Nq = 15 Compute: σ’v = 1.108.2672(1.13 tons FS D-18 .0.

to material variations as follows: D-19 Computations will be by layer due . Layered Clay. δ is taken as 1. (1) Example computation for a multiplayered soil in the "Q" case using a single pile tip at elevation -30.0 and a timber pile having a butt diameter of 12 inches and a tip diameter of 7 inches.0 -20.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 The allowable "S" case tension soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30. internal friction φ is reduced by a factor given in . This computation will use a 40-foot pile to extend from elevation +10.0 -12. In this example.(2.0.0 -60. Silt and Sand Subgrade. area. (a) Compute the overburden pressure at the pile as σ’v = γD as shown on the computer example on Page D-31.0 to to to to 0.0.0 φ (deg) 0 15 0 30 "Q" case γ (pcf) c (psf) 110 55* 38* 60* 400 200 600 0 φ (deg) 23 28 23 30 "S" case γ (pcf) c (psf) Soil Type 110 55* 38* 60* 0 0 0 0 CH ML CH SP *The unit weight (γ) below the water table at elevation 0.0 0.0.0 -20. using the strengths developed from laboratory testing on the various soil types as follows: Average Laboratory Test Results Elevation (ft) +10. This is a single-point computation in a series to form a curve of pile tip elevation vs. (b) The angle of Table 4-3 to obtain δ "Q" and "S" case.0 feet.57 tons FS 2.95(.7) ______ ________________ = = 9. pile capacity. using a safety factor of 2.0 -12.000 lb/ton) f. will be: QA = -30 Qs × K_T 54. The engineering judgement.0 feet is the submerged weight.0 for both the use of reduction factor to obtain δ depends upon the pile material and results of pile load test in the (c) Compute Skin Friction "Q" Case. It should be noted that the critical depth limit was applied from the upper surface of the granular layer and not from the ground surface. This example is developed for a bottom of slab/ground line elevation of +10.712.0 to elevation -30.

0 (clay) Average pile diameter d = 7 + Average shear strength 35(5) _____ = 11.0 to elevation -12.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 where: fs i = ksu su = γ’D tan φ + c Layer from elevation +10.375 ______ (10)(400) = 11.320.760 psf Average strength in silt su = su 1.17) = 18.760 _____________ tan 15° + 200 = 583.911.9 pounds 12 Layer from elevation 0.100 psf σ’v bottom of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf + 12’ × 55 pcf = 1.17 psf 2 fs = ksu = 583.0 (silt) Average pile diameter d = 7 + 24(5) _____ = 10.17 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 10.0 inches 40 σ’v top of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf = 1.100 + 1.0 to 0.375 40 c = 400 psf = fs Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 11.87 pounds 12 D-20 .0 ____ (12)(583.

EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Layer from elevation -12.364.0 (sand) Average pile diameter d = 7 + 5(5) ____ = 7.664 psf Average strength of sand su = su 2.064 psf σ’v bottom of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf + 12’ × 55 pcf + 8 × 38 pcf + 10’ × 60 pcf = 2.788.86 psf 2 fs = ksu = 1.86) = 27.0 (clay) Average pile diameter d = 7 + Average shear strength 23(5) _____ = 9.86 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 7.245.064 + 2.364.364.85 pounds 12 Layer from elevation -20.0 to elevation -30.875 inches 40 C = 600 psf = fs Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 9.875 _____ (8)(600)(0.0 to elevation -20.625 _____ (10)(1.68 pounds 12 D-21 .625 inches 40 σ’v top of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf + 12’ × 55 pcf + 8’ × 38 pcf = 2.95) = 11.664 _____________ tan 30° = 1.

0 to -30.2672 sq ft 4 QT = 0.0 and a timber pile having a butt diameter of 12 inches and a tip diameter of 7 inches.53 tons FS The allowable "Q" case tension soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30.0 and a safety factor will be: QA = -30 Qs × K_T ______ = 20.0 as discussed in Paragraph 1. pile capacity. D-22 .0 will be: QA = -30 Qs + Q_T ______ = 20.0 and a safety factor of 2.f(1)(2)) AT = π 7/122 _____ = 0.a.b.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 (d) Compute end bearing in the "Q" case with the pile tip at elevation -30.0 using the following equations: q = σ’N v q QT = ATq where: Nq = Terzaghi’s bearing capacity factor Nq = 18 at φ = 30 σ’v = 2.0.77 pounds The allowable "Q" case compression soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30.2672(2664)(18) = 12. The angle-ofinternal friction (φ) reduction factor is reduced by a factor given in Table 4-3 to obtain δ is taken as 1. This is a single point computation in a series to form a curve of pile tip elevation vs.13 tons FS (2) Example computation for a multilayered system in the "S" case using a single pile tip elevation -30. (a) Compute the overburden pressure as in Paragraph 1.664 psf (limit value is greater than 10 feet) (Refer to paragraph C-2.812. This computation will use a 40 foot pile to extend from elevation +10.

0 to elevation -12.375 ______ (10)(233.46 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 11.100 psf Average strength in clay su = su 0 + 1.0 inches 40 σ’v top of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf = 1.375 inches 40 σ’v top of stratum = 0 σ’v bottom of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf = 1. to material variations as follows: Computations will be by layer due where: fs i = ksu su = γ’D tan φ + c Layer from elevation +10.46 psf 2 fs = ksu = 233.0 (silt) Average pile diameter d = 7 + 24(5) _____ = 10.100 _________ tan 23° + 0 = 233.0 (clay) Average pile diameter d = 7 + 35(5) _____ = 11.46) = 6.38 pounds 12 Layer from elevation 0.100 psf D-23 .EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 (b) Compute Skin Friction "S" case.952.0 to elevation 0.

0 to elevation -30.6) = 16.760 psf Average strength in silt su = su 1100 + 1.6 psf 2 fs = ksu = 811.34) = 23.0 (sand) D-24 .785.875 inches σ’v top of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf + 12’ × 55 pcf = 1.6 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 9.67 pounds 12 Layer from elevation -20.0 to elevation -20.886.064 psf Average strength in clay su = su 1.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 σ’v bottom of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf + 12’ × 55 pcf = 1.760 psf σ’v bottom of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf + 12’ × 55 pcf + 8’ × 38 pcf = 2.064 _____________ tan 23° = 811.34 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 10.875 _____ (8)(811.0 ____ (12)(760.0 (clay) Average pile diameter d = 7 + 23(5) _____ 40 = 9.84 pounds 12 Layer from elevation -12.34 psf 2 fs = ksu = 760.760 + 2.760 ___________ tan 28° = 760.

86 psf 2 fs = ksu = 1.664 _____________ tan 30° = 1.364.86 psf Increment of skin friction ∆Qs = π 7.664 psf Average strength in sand su = su 2.364.86) = 27.664 psf (limit value greater than 10 feet) D-25 .EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Average pile diameter d = 7 + 5(5) ____ = 7.68 pounds 12 (c) Compute end bearing in "S" case with the pile tip at elevation -30.064 psf σ’v bottom of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf + 12’ × 55 pcf + 8’ × 38 pcf + 10’ × 60 pcf = 2.625 _____ (10)(1.625 inches 40 σ’v top of stratum = 10’ × 110 pcf + 12’ × 55 pcf + 8’ × 38 pcf = 2.364.245.064 + 2.0 using the following equations: q = σ’N v q QT = ATq where: Nq = Terzaghi’s Bearing Capacity Chart at φ = 30° Nq = 18 σ’v = 2.

D-26 .812. Computer programs are currently available to compute pile capacity.2672 sq ft 4 QT = 0.0 will be: QA = -30 KT Qs × __ _____ = 13.0 and a safety factor of 2.664)(18) = 12.EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 AT = π 7/122 _____ = 0. examples similar to those computed above are shown in Tables C1 through C4.10 tons FS e.2672(2.0 will be: QA = -30 Qs + __ QT _____ = 21.77 pounds The allowable "S" case compression soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30.92 tons FS The allowable "S" case tension soil/pile load with the pile tip at elevation -30.0 and a safety factor of 2.

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(Concluded) D-40 .EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Figure D-3.

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EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 D-44 .

EM 1110-2-2906 15 Jan 91 Figure D-4. (Concluded) D-45 .

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