bearing pile


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bearing pile

n
(General Engineering) a foundation pile that supports weight vertically. Compare sheet pile
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In short, the whole country was exhibiting the bustle of a thriving settlement, where the highways were thronged with sleighs, bearing piles of rough household furniture, studded, here and there, with the smiling faces of women and children, happy in the excitement of novelty; or with loads of produce, hastening to the common market at Albany, that served as so many snares to induce the emigrants to enter into those wild mountains in search of competence and happiness.
Xie, "Dynamic torsional response of an end bearing pile in saturated poroelastic medium," Computers and Geotechnics, vol.
Xie, "Dynamic torsional response of an end bearing pile in transversely isotropic saturated soil," Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol.
In this paper, a comprehensive analysis of end bearing pile under seismic excitation is reported.
This research can be extend for finding out the load carrying capacity of the various types of piles like friction pile, friction, and end bearing pile.
M., Pennington, D., and Clark, S., Jacked End bearing Piles In The Soft Alluvial Sediments of Perth, Australian Geomechanics, 38(3), 2003, pp.
Zhang, "Research on P-Y curve of laterally bearing piles under large displacement," Water Transportation Engineering, vol.
"We set the precast on the bearing piles which were cut to the exact elevation.
The company's Heavy Section Mill produces parallel-flange beams, columns and bearing piles with up to 1016 mm web depth and 419 flange widths and parallel flange channels up to 430 mm depth.
Emirates Steel's Dh3.1 billion Heavy Section Mill, which started production in January 2012, has been producing parallel-flange beams, columns and bearing piles with up to 914 millimeter web depth and 419 flange widths, in addition to parallel flange channels up to 430 millimeter depth.