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Evaluation of Pile Spacing Ratio of Stabilizing Piles for Ground Destruction Reduction at the Time of Soft Ground Excavation
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Evaluation of Pile Spacing Ratio of Stabilizing Piles for Ground Destruction Reduction at the Time of Soft Ground Excavation
Kim, Jae-Hong;
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 Abstract
In the case of excavating ground backfilled with soft ground, ground destruction occurs owing to the discharge of groundwater from excavated back ground in spite of earth retaining wall. To minimize this, indoor model test was implemented applying stabilizing pile as a solution for ground destruction. The unreinforced case was compared with the reinforced case and the comparison demonstrated that the ratio of the gap in settlement of the two cases is about three to one, which proves the reinforcement effect (Kim, 2014). This study has carried out the evaluation of appropriate pile spacing ratio, according to the confirmed effect of stabilizing pile. In the evaluation test the case with pile spacing ratio of 0.66 (5 stabilizing piles) was compared with that of 0.76 (3 stabilizing piles), and it has been shown that applying stabilizing pile has effect on ground destruction reduction, but may rather work as load when pile spacing ratio is narrower than a certain interval. So it was found that adjustment for appropriate pile spacing ratio is required at the stage of design. This study has shown that the pile spacing ratio is appropriate at around 0.7~0.8, which reduces ground destruction and does not function as the load of excavated back ground.
 Keywords
Stabilizing pile;Space ratio;Model test;Soft ground;Excavation;
 Language
Korean
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