volume 9, issue 1, P105-114 1972
DOI: 10.1139/t72-008
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Abstract: Deep sockets into bedrock are often used to achieve large capacities for caissons. Most of the available design methods are mainly empirical with little or no relationship to the in situ quality of rock. Bearing pressures and socket skin friction values adopted seem to be conservative in the absence of reliable field information. This paper deals with the problems associated with the design of deep socketed caissons.A concise review of the regional case histories and available design methods involving deep so…

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