volume 10, issue 3, P311-340 1973
DOI: 10.1139/t73-030
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Abstract: Laboratory load tests were conducted on piles 15.9–38.1 mm in diameter and up to 1.8 m long in a compact dry sand. The piles were buried in the sand stratum during sand placement. Two conditions of test were imposed—in one the pile was free to settle as the sand was placed around it and in the other the top end of the pile was rigidly clamped thus preventing any movement of the pile during sand placement. The piles were provided with sensitive axial load transducers at their base and at seven positions along …

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