0 views

Original Title: Pile-lateral_IS-code-REESE_RKM-EQ.pdf

Uploaded by razor

- Diploma
- V3I6-IJERT
- Ansys Examples- SFD BMD
- SOM
- SOM Question Bank
- Appsc 2012 Strength of Materials
- 31
- Solution to Problem 555 _ Unsymmetrical Beams _ Strength of Materials Review
- Nonlinear Analysis of Reinforced Concrete
- Design of Movable Bridges
- 27397117 DDA 3164 BEAM Shear Deflection and Crack
- LE4 Handouts 21-26
- Gate Civil Engineering Question Papers Year 2000 to 2012
- Beam Crack Width
- Bbn's Aircraft Structures 1 University Qn 15
- Shearing Forces in Beams
- Damping Analysis of Laminated Plates and Beams Using RItz Method
- A-1081
- Estimator
- Bending Moment Lab (CES511)

You are on page 1of 24

LATERAL LOADS

Associate Professor

Civil Engineering Dept.

BITS, Pilani

During

Seismic Loading

Wind Pressure

Earth Pressure on Retaining Walls

Water Pressure in Water Front Structures

External Moments

Machine Excitations

1

07-05-2015

Introduction

Causes of Lateral Loading

Earth Pressure

Earthquake

Wave Force

Wind Force

Impact of Berthing Ships

Operating Machineries

Traction of Braking Vehicles

Cable Tension etc

1964

Alaska earthquake Niigata earthquake

1995 1999 2001

1995 earthquake Chi-Chi earthquake Kandla port building after

2001 Bhuj earthquake

2

07-05-2015

US I-40 OVER THE ARKANSAS SHIP COLLISION, 1980

RIVER

Introduction

Factors Influencing Behaviour

Pile Stiffness

Soil Stiffness

Type of Loading

Pile Head Fixity Condition

Spacing Group Interaction

Embedment Length

Pile Soil Separation

3

07-05-2015

4

07-05-2015

Introduction

Effects of Cyclic Lateral Loading

Build up of Excess Pore Pressure

Non linear Behaviour - Large Gapping

Increase in Deflection

Complicated Group Interaction

Increase in Magnitude and Depth of Max.

BM

in practice, namely

(i) free-head pile,

(ii) fixed-head pile, and

(iii) partially-restrained head pile.

5

07-05-2015

load may act at or above ground level and

the pile head is free to rotate without any

restraint.

A fixed-head pile is free to move only

laterally but rotation is prevented

completely,

whereas a pile with partially restrained

head moves and rotates under restraint.

6

07-05-2015

the embedded length Le is 3.5R or 4T.

7

07-05-2015

Granular Soil

8

07-05-2015

9

07-05-2015

10

07-05-2015

Old

11

07-05-2015

12

07-05-2015

13

07-05-2015

Theories Developed

Taking bending of piles into account therefore

more realistic. These can be grouped into 2

categories:

(i) Based on Plastic Theory: Developed for Short-

Rigid Piles where it is assumed that that the

limiting or maximum soil resistance is acting

against the pile when it is subjected to the

ultimate load.

(ii) Based on Elastic Theory (Reese and Matlock):

Based on Winklers assumption

14

07-05-2015

Elastic Theory

A laterally loaded pile has been often

treated as a beam on an elastic

foundation.

For a true elastic medium, the soil

reaction p and the deflection y at a

given point are affected by reactions

and deflection at all other points on the

beam.

Elastic Theory

However, in Winklers hypothesis, the

elastic soil medium is replaced by a series

of infinitely close, independent, elastic

springs.

written as k = p/y. The stiffness k is termed

as the modulus of the subgrade reaction.

15

07-05-2015

This approach is based on Winklers assumption. The

equation for a beam on elastic foundation, utilizing the

concept of a subgrade modulus has been solved for

differential condition and non-dimensional solutions

have been given for a laterally loaded vertical pile to

determine the variation of deflection, bending moment,

soil reaction, shear etc. It is described in two sections:

(i) Solution for Noncohesive Soils

(ii) Solution for Cohesive Soils

16

07-05-2015

Non-dimensional solutions, for laterally loaded piles in soil

deposit, in which the subgrade modulus increases linearly

with depth have been developed by Reese and Matlock

(1956). The solutions have been developed for long piles

when L/T > 5, where L is the length of the pile. The relative

stiffness factor T is given by:

T EI nh

15

zero for much of the pile length below. Thus the actual

length L loses its significance. Such piles are flexible and

called long piles. For a short pile, the flexural stiffness EI

of the pile loses its significance. The piles act like a rigid

member and rotate as a unit.

The Reese-Matlock analysis is restricted to long piles only.

Hence the criterion that L should be greater than 5T in

order that a pile be classified as a long pile.

For a vertical pile of length L, subjected to a horizontal

load Pt and a moment Mt at the ground level, the solution

for deflection y may be expressed as a function of various

quantities:

y f x, T , L, k , EI , Pt , M t

pile dimensions, the principle of superposition may be

applied.

y y A yB

17

07-05-2015

18

07-05-2015

19

07-05-2015

20

07-05-2015

21

07-05-2015

ground level. The corresponding equations

for these may be expressed as

22

07-05-2015

for fixed head pile S=0

Ay= 2.435, By= 1.623, As= -1.623, Bs= -1.75

for fixed head pile S=0

Ay= 2.435, As= -1.623, Bs= -1.75, By= 1.623

23

07-05-2015

Thank You

24

- DiplomaUploaded byAbdul Khader Shahadaf
- V3I6-IJERTUploaded byFeritFazliu
- Ansys Examples- SFD BMDUploaded bypednekarprakash
- SOMUploaded byLokesh Kannan
- SOM Question BankUploaded bybmdbmdbmd
- Appsc 2012 Strength of MaterialsUploaded byKarthik Kala Konda
- 31Uploaded byJdjdjsjs
- Solution to Problem 555 _ Unsymmetrical Beams _ Strength of Materials ReviewUploaded byRehan Hakro
- Nonlinear Analysis of Reinforced ConcreteUploaded byAlexandru Hernest
- Design of Movable BridgesUploaded byNandeesha Ramesh
- 27397117 DDA 3164 BEAM Shear Deflection and CrackUploaded byZayyan Romjon
- LE4 Handouts 21-26Uploaded byJay Vee Estrada
- Gate Civil Engineering Question Papers Year 2000 to 2012Uploaded byMRABSENI
- Beam Crack WidthUploaded bymasood_khalid
- Bbn's Aircraft Structures 1 University Qn 15Uploaded byBIBIN CHIDAMBARANATHAN
- Shearing Forces in BeamsUploaded byKheshav Jhundoo
- Damping Analysis of Laminated Plates and Beams Using RItz MethodUploaded byHimanshu Dubey
- A-1081Uploaded byOscar Eustáchio
- EstimatorUploaded bySuyash Rathod
- Bending Moment Lab (CES511)Uploaded byAlif Akhmizan
- AISC 360-10 Example 001Uploaded byBùi Văn Hợp
- 1-s2.0-S0021892814000458-mainUploaded byMarko
- En 1994 Workshop Eurocodes Background and ApplicationsUploaded byRui Miguel Silva
- AISC 360-05 Example 001Uploaded byAnitha Hassan Kabeer
- Tablas VigasUploaded byPatricio Galván Escobar
- J. Basic. Appl. Sci. Res., 4(6)77-91, 2014Uploaded byArmando Farías
- MOm 2Uploaded byfaizanbasharat
- Decks LabUploaded byXXgabocivXX
- Steel StructureUploaded byﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞﱞ
- IES Civil Engineering 2009Uploaded bymathivanans2007

- IS 1893(Part 1)-2016-allowable-pressure-one-page.pdfUploaded byrazor
- Pile-1-2-3-4-all_RKM-10-sept-2017Uploaded byAkash Singh
- Marketing ResearchUploaded bypaavni.rattan
- Pile-Lateral_Brom.pdfUploaded byrazor
- FDShallow_IS1904_RKM-18-SEPT-2017Uploaded byrazor
- Pile-Lateral_RKM_4-0ct-17(1).pdfUploaded byrazor
- Vol_mixUploaded byسامر الذهب
- Is 1893 PART1 Exp.examplesUploaded byjonnyprem
- Moment Distribution MethodUploaded byrazor
- CE595 Section 5-1Uploaded byCialla Knowles
- Structure Code-Is 6403.1981Uploaded bynaveenarora298040

- V4I1-IJERTV4IS010335 (1).pdfUploaded byFisul Rahuman
- 2016CompositeList Web 88Uploaded byAnuranjan
- aisi s212-07 2012 standard and commentary - 2nd printing_e.pdfUploaded bythjozsef
- Permissable Residual UnbalanceUploaded bysolidcad
- 1 Axial CapacityUploaded byTeju Ashu
- Cyclic Plate Load TestUploaded byNithin Sudersanan
- Advanced Chem ThermodynamicsUploaded byTahir Hussain
- CONTAINER HANDLER.pptUploaded byOmosigho Osaro
- OD Shim MeasurementUploaded byRobert Moreau
- DEFORMASI BATUANUploaded byshabila gadis
- Kimray Choke Valve Cf and Cv ValuesUploaded byeliealtawil
- fundamentals-of-psc-bridge-141221121837-conversion-gate01.pptUploaded bymallikarjuna rao boddu
- (Jims)Unit Type Rack Structural Design StandardsUploaded byLim Chern Kuang
- Schenk - Vibration Pick UpUploaded byMilos Jovanovic
- 354 S14 HW #1Uploaded byhongluc1991
- Landslide Initiation in Saprolite and Colluvium BrasilUploaded byDiego Nascimento
- Servo 150224214432 Conversion Gate01Uploaded byAhsan Malik
- A133_1331_1025_PBR_1.xlsUploaded byperneti
- report on"IMPROVING OVERALL EFFICIENCY OF THE CUTTING MACHINES BY IMPLEMENTATION OF PILLARS OF TPM"Uploaded byHarshad_S
- APPSC AEE Exam New Syllabus for General Studies (Paper I) and Civil Engineering Subjects (i.e.paper II and Paper III) From 2016 OnwardsUploaded byCharan Reddy
- hsl0679.pdfUploaded byPrashant
- ANSI_HI 9.6.2-2001 Centrifugal and Vertical Pumps for Allowable Nozzle Loads.pdfUploaded byRoro
- 30 Stall Parallel OperationUploaded bytrung2i
- McCulloch Parts and specs. for multiple models trimmersUploaded bydritzz73
- Finals SoilUploaded bySy Rajahmae
- Accuracy of Determining Stress Intensity Factors in Some Numerical Problems.pdfUploaded byPradeep Kundu
- STAMFORD Parts Manual Issue 13Uploaded byAnonymous 4IAJBGeX
- CHAPTER 6 Flow in Pipes FinalUploaded bySyaiful Akmal Aziz
- Proving ProcedureUploaded byIkhsan Arif
- Sedis Industrial Components Pilot Bore Double Simplex Platewheels 101Uploaded bymh