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R.J. Siciliano, J.M. Hamilton, and J.D. Murff, Exxon Production Research Co., and R. Phillips,

U. of Cambridge

This paper was presented at the 22nd Annual OTC in Houston, Texas, May 7-10, 1990.

This paper was selected for presentation by the OTC Program Committee following review of Information contained in an abstract submitted by the author(s). Contents of the paper,

as presented, have not been reviewed by the Offshore Technology Conference and are sUbject to correction by the author(s). The material, as presented, does not necessarily reflect

any position of the Offshore Technology Conference or Its officers. Permission to copy is restricted to an abstract of not more than 300 words. Illustrations may not be copied. The

abstract should contain conspicuous acknowledgment of where and by whom the paper is presented.

but such depths may not be large in comparison

This paper describes the determination of to the spud can diameter. Therefore, surface

lateral soil displacement profiles surrounding effects may need to be taken into account.

a j ackup rig spud can penetrating in soft Also, unlike penetrating piles where laterally

clay. The displacement profiles were inferred displaced soil moves primarily outward, a spud

from pile moment data obtained from centrifuge can may have soil flow around and above it as

tests which modeled a spud can penetrating it penetrates.

next to three instrumented piles. A beam-

column model that incorporates movable soil In order to address this problem, a series of

supports was employed to infer the soil centrifuge experiments have been initiated at

displacements from the pile moment data. At the Geotechnical Centrifuge Center of the

distances as close as 0.5 spud can radii from University of Cambridge. The objective of the

the spud can edge, the soil displacements were tests is to simulate the penetration of a spud

found to be small (:s 0.02 spud can radii). can adjacent to installed piles. Three piles

The inferred displacements were found to be instrumented with strain gauges along their

consistent with physical measurements within length are used. The piles are spaced at in-

the model. creasing lateral distance away from the spud

can edge. As the spUd can penetrates, the

moment distribution in each of the piles is

INTRODUCTION recorded.

In soft clays, independent-leg jackup rig spud The following sections contain a description

cans often penetrate to significant depths. of the test program and present some of the

This causes the displacement and remolding of resul ts. A method of analysis that uses a

large volumes of soil. Where j ackups are beam-column model with movable soil supports

employed in workovers of existing facilities is also described. Using this model and the

or drilling new wells, this soil movement can measured moment data, the associated optimum

place significant loads on in-place founda- lateral soil displacement profiles were

tions. determined for various levels of spud can

penetration and increasing distance from the

The problem of determining the magnitude and spud can edge. The optimum soil displacement

extent of soil movement surrounding the spud profiles were used to construct a generalized

can is difficult. The soil displacements must four-parameter model of displacement as a

also be converted into loads on the piles function of the spUd can penetration and

adjacent to the spud can. Existing analytical distance from the spud can.

and numerical methods for evaluating penetra-

tion of objects in a semi-infinite medium do

not appear well suited for determining the ANALYTICAL STUDIES

soil displacements in this case. A jackup rig

In association with the data interpretation

efforts reported in this paper, several

References and illustrations at end of paper analytical studies were also conducted. Limit

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2 EFFECT OF JACKUP SPUD CANS ON PILES OTC 6467

analysis procedures were used to examine position at the full penetration of 20 centi-

potential failure mechanisms of the spud can meters (20 meters prototype scale). The pile

penetrating the soil. It was concluded that closest to the spud can is also shown in the

extensive remolding of the soil is localized figure.

laterally to within a spud can radius. As

will be shown below, this was supported by The aluminum tube piles are instrumented with

shear strength measurements taken in and strain gauges mounted on the pile exterior and

around the spud can footprint of the centri- wired in a full bridge configuration. The

fuge test. gauges and wiring were protected by a coating

of polyurethane varnish and sealed against

Two additional numerical studies were carried water ingress with heat-shrink tubing. The

out to assess the soil deformation pattern. pile diameter was selected to model a 1.2

In the first of these studies, non-linear meter diameter pile at prototype scale. The

finite element analyses were performed. pile was constructed to have the same bending

Subsequent to the development of the full rigidity (EI - 4700 KN-m 2 ; E - modulus of

collapse load, incremental soil displacements elasticity, I - moment of inertia) of a steel

were determined at yield by an incremental pile with a 40 millimeter prototype wall

displacement of the spud can. These soil thickness. All piles were embedded into the

displacement increments were projected over a clay to a depth of 32 centimeters (32 meters

larger spud can penetration. A series of such prototype scale). The pile closest to the

penetrations were then combined to predict spud can had eleven levels of strain gauges at

soil movement for the complete spud can 26 millimeter spacing. The other two piles

penetration. This approach led to predictions had five levels at 52 millimeter spacing.

that were roughly an order of magnitude

greater than observed values, but the general Mounted on the top of the test package with

shape of the soil displacement profile was the spud can load actuator were devices for

correct. performing in-flight cone penetrometer and

vane shear tests.

At the other extreme, another set of analyses

was conducted assuming linearly elastic soil. A line of vertically inserted lead threads was

The spud can loads were incrementally applied placed in a plane passing through the vertical

at selected penetrations. Using St. Venant's axis of the spud can. These were used to

Principle, it was reasoned that displacements determine gross plastic soil movements and to

away from the spud can due to these loads identify the development of any rupture

should be valid where the response was elas- surfaces as a result of spud can penetration

.tic. Again, the general shape of the dis- and withdrawal. After the test, the soil

placement field was reasonable, but the sample was extruded from the test package and

displacements themselves were roughly an order carved into a 150 millimeter wide section that

of magnitude lower than the measurements. contained the threads. The section was then

X-rayed to determine the distorted shapes of

It was hoped that the intuitive approaches the lead threads.

described above might serve as good engineer-

ing approximations of the process of spud can Clay Sample Preparation

penetration, which is clearly very complex.

Since we did not achieve reasonable quantita- Speswhite fine china kaolin was used as the

tive agreement, further development of these soil test medium (LL - 69 percent, PI - 31

approaches has been deferred. In place, we percent) . The soil sample was prepared so

have simply applied dimensional analysis that at 100g, it would have a linearly in-

techniques to generalize the experimental creasing shear strength profile with a non-

results. Obviously, it would be helpful to zero value at the surface. As measured with

validate these generalizations over a broader the in-flight vane shear device, the shear

range of soil and geometric properties. strength was 9.0 kPa at the surface and in-

creased 1.4 kPa/meter penetration at prototype

scale.

CENTRIFUGE TEST PROGRAM

The linear shear strength profile was obtained

Kodel Description using a hydraulic gradient technique during

the preconsolidation phase of sample prepara-

Figure 1 illustrates the layout of the piles tion. The required preconsolidation stress

relative to the spud can in the centrifuge was determined from the target shear strength

test package. The spud can was machined from profile and the vertical effective stress in

a solid piece of aluminum and has a prototype the sample at 100g using the following rela-

diameter of 13.7 meters at the centrifuge tionship:

acceleration of 100g. The three instrumented

piles are spaced 0.5, 1.0 and 2.0 spud can Su/a~ - 0.19OCRO.67 . . . . . (1)

radii from the edge of the spud can. The

closest pile had a pinned condition at the where Su is the undrained shear strength, a~

pile head, while the other two piles were is the vertical effective stress in the

fixed at the pile head. Figure 2 shows the centrifuge and OCR is the overconsolidation

elevation view of the test arrangement indi- ratio. This equation is based on testing done

cating the initial spud can position and the at the University of Cambridge.

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OTC 6467 R. J. SICILIANO, J. M. HAMILTON, J. D. MURFF, AND R. PHILLIPS 3

center line of the spUd can is shown in Figure

The moment data from the piles were analyzed 3. These measurements were made at 19 after

using a beam-column model with movable soil the spud can had been retracted from the soil

supports which was incorporated into a com- at 100g. Considering depths affected by spud

puter program. The lateral soil resistance is can penetration only, the soil profiles at one

calculated from a modified version of the spud can radius and greater are essentially

Matlock p-y criteria for soft clay (1). The the same, suggesting that there was no re-

modifications account for the linearly in- molding of the soils at those distances.

creasing soil shear strength profile and a However, for the profiles at the spud can

change of the ultimate resistance bearing center line and edge, the undrained strength

factors. A better fit was obtained to data is reduced by about 50 percent from the

from a separate centrifuge study of laterally surface to 14 centimeters penetration at model

loaded piles if the ultimate resistances were scale. At a depth of 18 centimeters model

changed to 6S u and l2S u at the top and bottom scale, the remolded strength at the spud can

respectively, of the zone from the surface to edge is 75 percent of the original strength.

the depth at which the ultimate resistance The differences in the profiles suggest that

bearing factor reaches its maximum value the maximum zone of influence is smaller than

(critical depth). API criterion specifies one spud can radius from the spud can edge.

values of 3S u and 9S u at the top and bottom of

this zone (2). Also included in the figure is the strength

profile obtained in-flight using the vane

The unique aspect of the beam-column model is shear device. This is the strength profile

that the p-y response is governed by the used for the analysis of the moment data.

relative displacement between the deflected Note that the strength of the soil at 19 is

pile under load and the soil displacement considerably lower than the in-flight measured

profile. Given a distribution of soil dis- values. This effect is consistent with other

placements along the embedded length of the observations and is probably related to

pile and the boundary conditions at the top of changes in water content that occur when the

the pile, the program calculates the moment acceleration decreases as the centrifuge is

distribution. The beam-column algorithm was brought to a stop.

also combined with a simplex optimization

algorithm. The soil displacement profile that Moment Data and Inferred Soil Displacement

resulted in the best fit between the moments Profiles

measured in the centrifuge test and those

calculated from the computer program could Figures 4, 5 and 6 show the moment data in the

then be obtained automatically. three piles as measured during spud can

penetration. The measured moments are indi-

The analysis requires a set of specific depths cated by the symbols (*). Spud can penetra-

at which the soil displacements are to be tion increases with the graphs that go up and

determined and interpolates over the length of to the right. The change in the moment

pile in between those points. For example in distribution can be seen as the spud can

this analysis, more displacement evaluation penetrates. Also indicated in the figures are

points were concentrated at depths just above the best fit moment curves from the analysis

and below the penetration of the spUd can. program (solid line). This shows that the

Relatively fewer points were specified at optimized soil displacement solution could

depths near the surface if the spUd can was model the measured data very well.

near its final penetration. Likewise, fewer

points were specified at the bottom of the It is important to note that although the pile

pile if the spUd can was near the surface. head condition of the pile closest to the spud

This approach assumes that the highest gradi- can was supposed to be pinned, some moment was

ents in the soil displacement profile would be induced in the pile at the connection. This

in the vicinity of the spud can. was because the pin did provide some resis-

tance to rotation at high g-level. Also,

Beyond the specification of the depths at because of some rotation and displacement of

which soil displacement values were deter- the fixed head connections that occurred under

mined, the optimization algorithm placed no increased g-level, some moment was induced in

constraints on the nature of the solution that the other two piles. The imposed moments were

was obtained. The program was allowed to find included with the other boundary conditions at

whatever displacement profile shape resulted the top of the pile during the analysis with

in the best fit to the moment data. the beam-column model and did not present a

problem.

profiles that gave the best fit to the mea-

Change in Undrained Shear Strength sured moments (solid lines). It can be seen

that when the spUd can is near the surface,

After the centrifuge test, the clay was the maximum lateral soil displacement is also

sampled to determine the change in the shear near the surface. With increasing penetra-

strength due to remolding. The variation in tion, the depth at which the maximum soil

the undrained shear strength profiles as a displacement occurs also increases and is

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4 EFFECT OF JACKUP SPUD CANS ON PILES OTC 6467

roughly equal to the spud can penetration. the spud can. For shallow spud can penetra-

With further spud can penetration, soil tion, the generalized model tends to be

displacement at the mudline tends to decrease, conservative as it over-predicts the moment in

particularly for the piles closer to the spud the pile. The generalized displacement model

can. The maximum depth at which soil dis- does a better job of fitting the measured

placement occurs is about one spud can radius momenta with deeper spud can penetration. The

below the spud can penetration. generalized model also does a better job at

shallow spud can penetrations for the piles

The soil surface location is labeled in each more distant from, the spud can aa shown in

of the figures. It occurs at zero length for Figures 13 and 14.

the second pile because of differences in the

way the data were analyzed due to a malfunc- Figures 15, 16 and 17 show the variation in

tion of the load cell at the top of the pile. the four parameters of the generalized model

as a function of spud can penetration and the

It is interesting that even for the pile pile to spud can edge distance. In the

closest to the spud can, the soil displace- figures, the penetration and the pile to edge

ments are relatively low. The maximum soil distance have been normalized by the spud can

displacement does not exceed about 12 centi- radius. The maximum soil displacement for

meters at prototype scale. ~is is confirmed shallow spud can penetrations (Normalized Spud

by X-ray examination of the lead threads that Can Penetration < 0.2) ia governed by the

were installed in the sample. Because of the displacement at the mudline. This causes the

large volume of soil that is displaced during change in slope of the lines in Figure 15.

spud can penetration, it seemed reasonable

that the soil displacement would instead have At very shallow spud can penetrations, strict

been on the order of several tens of centime- use of the figurea can result in an inappro-

ters. However, the smaller displacement priate displacement profile. mis can be

magnitudes are consistent with the observation easily avoided by making sure that in a plot

of a limited failure region and the soil of depth versus displacement, the point of

flowing up and around the spud can as it maximum soil displacement does not fall above

penetrates. and to the left of a line drawn between the

displacement at the mudline and the greatest

It ia also notable that a deep-seated bearing depth of soil displacement.

capacity slip-circle type of failure is not

observed beneath the spud can. From examina- As an example of what can be done with the

tion of the radiograph in Figure 10 of a generalized profiles, the analysis software

sample from another test where the spud can has been used to generate a series of pile

was left in place, it appears that the soil moment curves using the generalized soil

immediately below the spud can is extruded displacement model. The pile ia assumed to

laterally, and that the stronger soil beneath have the same properties and conditions as the

this level does not participate in the lateral pile closest to the spud can in the centrifuge

displacement. The lead threads can also be test. In this case, however, the pile head is

seen to curl around and above the spud can. fixed in rotation but allowed to translate

laterally. The curves are plotted in Figure

18 for increasing spud can penetration. An

GENERALIZED SOIL DISPLACEMENT MODEL envelope of all the pile moment cumes ia also

drawn in the figure. A similar moment

Based on the optimized soil displacement pro- envelope could be used to modify the pile

files, a four parameter model was developed to design for an installation where work with a

construct generalized soil displacement jackup is planned.

profiles. Given the pile to spud can edge

distance and the spud can penetration, the

model provides the lateral soil displacement CONCLUSIONS

profile. The soil displacements can then be

used to determine the pile moment distribution Lateral soil displacements have been inferred

with pile top boundary conditions appropriate from moment data obtained from centrifuge

for a pile extending from a steel jacket leg. model tests of a spud can penetrating next to

instrumented piles. Based on optimum soil

Figure 11 shows the generalized displacement displacement profiles that provided a best-fit

model and the four parameters that define it. to the moment data using a beam-column analy-

The parameters are the displacement at the sis, a procedure was developed to generate

mudline, the maximum soil displacement, the displacement profiles for more general condi-

depth below the mudline of the maximum soil tions.

displacement and the greatest depth of soil

displacement. Figures 7, 8 and 9 also show Values of the four parameters required to use

the corresponding generalized profiles (dashed the generalized displacement model are pro-

lines) for comparison with the optimized vialed in Figures 15 thru 17. The model is

solution profiles. offered as a means to determine the impact of

spud can penetration near piles of a steel

Figure 12 is a comparison of the measured jacket structure. Certa3-nly, this can only

moments and the moment distributions using the provide an approximation of the moments deve-

generalized profiles for the pile closest to loped in a pile subjected to soil movement.

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There are at least two concerns that should be have been normalized by the spud can radius,

taken into account if the data are to be used. the influences of the shape and relative size

The first is that the soil profile linearly of the spud can have not been investigated.

increases with depth and is non-zero at the

surface, The shape of the generalized profile

could be affected by soil conditions where the REFERENCES

strength increase with depth is greater or

less than that of the test. However, the 1. Matlock, H., Correlations for Design of

nature of the p-y model ia such that increases Laterally Loaded Piles in Soft Clay,

in soil strength are directly proportional to Proceedings of the Offshore Technology

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the displacement profile shape should be valid 1970) .

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creases with depth at about the same rate as 2. American Petroleum Institute, Recommended

the test profile. Practice for Planning, Designing and

Constructing Fixed Offshore Platforms,

The second concern is that the results are API RP 2A, Eighteenth Edition, (Septem-

based on a single test. Although the results her, 1989).

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