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Behavior of Back Ground of the Laterally Loaded Pile Group
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 Title & Authors
Behavior of Back Ground of the Laterally Loaded Pile Group
Kim, Ji-Seong; Bae, Jong-Soon;
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 Abstract
In this study, we grasped the resistance state of the back ground which had a notable influence on computing the lateral resistance of the laterally loaded pile group in the homogeneous ground by the model test. Resistance state was grasped as the depth of rotation-point, wedge failure angle, and wedge wing angle. The model experiment is performed by varying the width, spacing and number of piles and the relative density of sand in this study. According to the observation of the rear ground surface deformation of the piles in lateral load, rotation point ratio, wedge failure angle, and wedge wing angle of the front row were similar to those of the middle row; however, those of the back row were relatively smaller. The rotation point ratio, wedge failure angle and wedge wing angle of the piles in parallel were the same as those of a single pile. Based on the model test results, equations for estimation of the rotation-point, wedge failure angle, and wedge wing angle are proposed.
 Keywords
Laterally loaded pile;Lateral resistance;Strain wedge model;
 Language
Korean
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