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PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2003 2:19 pm    Post subject: use of Reply with quote

sand piles

Dear P. Vyas,

when your strata itself is sandy silt which is already
liable for sand liquifaction, why do you want to go
for sandy piles? In my view it will be better if you
go for stone piles rather than sand.

Narendra Arora

--- P.Vyas@ticb.com wrote: > Dear all,
Quote:
Regarding soil improvement using sand
piles in sandy silt
type of soil ( sandy silt layer is around 4m) . How
much spacing and
diameter of sand pile is used for the improvement of
foundation carrying
vertical load ,horizontal load and moment is
required? And along with that
how much pile driving cost is involved if some body
have idea about that
please let us know. Any of the referance from which
we can get the idea of
sand pile used for soil improvement tech.?
Parth Vyas
Engineer (civil/structural dept)
Tecnimont ICB LTD

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