volume 13, issue 1, P40-57 1976
DOI: 10.1139/t76-005
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Abstract: A design philosophy for piles in ice and ice-rich permafrost is proposed, whereby the pile settlements over the design life of the structure are retained within acceptable limits.The secondary creep law for ice is reviewed and the relationships between secondary creep rate, stress, and temperature are obtained using existing creep test data from many different sources. An analysis is performed which relates the steady pile settlement rate to the pile shaft stress and the constant ground temperature.A review o…

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