Ultimate axial bearing capacity of jacked pile in layered sand with using Driven Program 1 0

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The experiments are performed on three different water tables from dry level, cross-surface level and to the bottom of the 15m depth. Four different depths of steel and concrete piles are used for the experiment which is performed with the help of computing software Driven 1.2 providing all supposed calculation. Different depths of the surface are varying from medium sand to coarse sand with fine gravel. 8 tests were conducted for each of four piles making a series of tests manifesting the behaviors and measures of ultimate axial bearing capacity over the standards. A comparison of results manifests the consequences and derivations of the experiments as well as the supposed notions of the experiments. … In fact, all the early eras of human faculty in constructions had been depending on pile engineering to provide them with the sufficient strength for lasting long enough. British Architecture and pile-engineering is considered to develop rapidly with the emergence of modern architecture techniques around the beginning of the eighteenth century which is also an era that brought new technologies to most of the Europe. A success of a civil work is always inherited in its performance over the forces of deformations. And the task of a foundation is obviously to provide the strength to the construction structure. Thus, the success of pile engineering resides in a toleration of all possible factors that deform the structure and lead to a failure. Therefore, pile engineering mostly circulates around the idea of toleration. The major mean of the piles is to provide a foundation that can tolerate the weight of the construction, deformation torques, and the supposed climatic and geographical changes expected to affect the construction during its life. In our current ongoing proceedings, we are setting up an experiment that will analyze the bearing capacity of two sets of piles. This experiment is performed to analyze particularly the ultimate bearing capacity of the jacked piles, as the jacking method is best usable for our supposed layered sand structure and is also very commonly used in most of the constructions popular today. We have chosen steel and concrete piles to be analyzed during the experiment. As a specimen of the behavior of the piles, this experiment manifests a comparative and analytical result that shows up the