NUMERICAL METHODS IN OFFSHORE PILING
The volume is divided into four main areas--quasi-static behaviour of piles and groups, drivability, pore pressure considerations, and dynamics. It provides a survey of numerical methods in offshore piling; effect of driving support conditions on pile wandering; directional stability of piles during driving; an advanced wave equation computer program which simulates dynamic pile plugging through a coupled mass-spring system; soil response during pile driving; soil-pile interaction under dynamic loads; mathematical modeling of piled foundations; dynamic stiffness of piles; theoretical studies of piles using the finite element method; application of a numerical procedure for laterally loaded structures; analysis of some case histories of laterally loaded pile groups; a linear elastic interpretation of model tests on piles in clay; analysis of offshore pile groups; axial analysis of piles using a hysteretic and degrading soil model; unified method for analysis of laterally loaded piles in clay; analysis of the load-deflexion behaviour of offshore piles; effect of radial variation in modulus on stresses after consolidation around a driven pile; the performance of open and close-ended piles.
- Proceedings of a conference organized by the Institution of Civil Engineers, London, May 1979.
Thomas Telford LimitedLondon, United Kingdom
- Publication Date: 1980
- Pagination: p. 25
- TRT Terms: Mathematical models; Offshore structures; Pile driving; Pile foundations; Piles (Supports)
- Subject Areas: Bridges and other structures; Marine Transportation; Terminals and Facilities;
- Accession Number: 00323308
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Feb 6 1981 12:00AM