volume 13, issue 3, P324-333 1976
DOI: 10.1139/t76-033
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Peter Rosenberg,
Noel L. Journeaux

Abstract: Rock sockets are used to transfer axial loads to bedrock by a combination of periferal contact bond and end bearing. The load distribution with embedded depth in relation to rock properties actually measured is discussed. Case histories are presented.The results of full scale and bearing and friction tests carried out on various rock types are given. A relation between the unconfined compression strength of rock and the developed concrete to rock bond value is reported.

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