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Analysis of Lateral Behavior of Steel Pile embedded in Basalt
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Analysis of Lateral Behavior of Steel Pile embedded in Basalt
Kim, Khi-Woong; Park, Jeong-Jun; Kim, Jin-Woo;
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 Abstract
Recently, offshore wind farms are increasingly expected, because there are huge resource and large site in offshore. Jeju island has optimum condition for constructing a wind energy farm. Unlike the mainland, Jeju island has stratified structure distribution between rock layers sediments due to volcanic activation. In these case, it can be occur engineering problems in whole structures as well as the safety of foundation as the thickness and distribution of sediment under top rock layer can not support sufficiently the structure. In this study, field lateral load test of the pile for analyzing lateral behavior of the offshore wind turbine which is embedded in basalt. After calculating the subgrade resistance and the horizontal deflection from the measured strain to derive p-y curve from the lateral load test results, the subgrade resistance amplifies the error in the process of differentiation and the error of piecewise polynomial curve fitting is the smallest. In order to calculate the horizontal deflection from the measured strain, the six-order polynomial was used.
 Keywords
Horizontal deflection;p-y curve;Field lateral load test;Subgrade resistance;Basalt rock;
 Language
Korean
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