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An Analysis of Pile Foundation Load Transfer for Lightweight Pavement System in Clay Soil using Lab Chamber Test
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An Analysis of Pile Foundation Load Transfer for Lightweight Pavement System in Clay Soil using Lab Chamber Test
Lee, Kwan-Ho; Shin, Kwang-Ho;
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 Abstract
The main purpose of this study is to analyze and evaluate the feasibility of ligthweight pavement system with pile foundation on soft soil by laboratory small chamber test. In order to verify the stability of lightweight pavement system, the 1/30 scaled downed model system was tested at lab. The soft soil condition was simulated and group piles for skin friction resistance were used. Within the limited lab test, the settlements of pavement system were 0.86 mm for Case A, 0.70 mm for Case B, and 0.50 mm for Case C. The converted maximum settlement differential settlement were 25.8 mm and 10.8 mm. These values meet the inside of specification of Bridge Design Guide in Korea. The use of lightweight pavement systems on soft soils could be an alternative construction method on soft soils to reduce the challenges of conventional design and constructions.
 Keywords
Lightweight pavement;Pile foundation;Laboratory Chamber test;Soft soil;
 Language
Korean
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