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Comparision Analysis of Model Test for Prediction of Uplift Resistance in the Reclaimed Land Greenhouse Foundation
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 Title & Authors
Comparision Analysis of Model Test for Prediction of Uplift Resistance in the Reclaimed Land Greenhouse Foundation
Song, Chang Seob; Kim, Myeong Hwan; Jang, Ung Hee;
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 Abstract
The object of this paper was to evaulate modified proposed design equation in model test result in order to estimate uplift-resistance of timber pile of reclaimed land greenhouse foundation. Uplift resistance result of model test was increased to according to increased of contact area. Uplift-resistance result of field test tend to lineary increased to according to increased of embedment depth and contact area. Results of field uplift-resistance was evaluate compare with modified proposed design equation results of model test and Effective stress method. As the Effective stress method tend to underestimate, modified proposed design equation results of model test tend to similar type. As the contact area increase, difference between field uplift-resistance results and modified proposed design equation results of model test was considered uplift-speed.
 Keywords
Embedment depth;Uplift resistance;Greenhouse foundation;Contact area;
 Language
Korean
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