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# I will pay for the following essay (i) Conduct a and summarize the historical development of the equations used for the design of cfa piles in gr. The essay is to be 6 pages with three to five sources

I will pay for the following essay (i) Conduct a and summarize the historical development of the equations used for the design of cfa piles in gr. The essay is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.

Download file to see previous pages...It is highly important to note that the estimated static CFA capacity is achieved through methods that are developed for specific objects such as drilled shafts and driven piles, mainly because the behavior of CFA pilesâ€™ load-settlement are same. During the installation process, there is the establishment of end bearing and side shear resistance with pile displacement has similar features with other kinds of deep foundations (O'Conner &. Robertson, 1997). During the process, total axial comprehension resistance of located CFA pile is attained via calculation of both the end bearing and side shear resistance (RT=RS+RB). In order to calculate the side shears resistance, it is significant to have a division of the length of the pile to N pile sectors. After this calculation, the side resistance of a particular pile segment is attained by multiplying the shear resistance of the part or segment. This is attained by the surface area of the segment or part of the pile (RS = ?iN fs,i ? Di Li). However, some calculation methods use the average segment of side shear to get the length of the pile. The overall side shear resistance of the pile is achieved by RS = fs-ave ? D L in that D represents the average diameter of the pile while L represents overall embedment length of the pile. The total end resistance of the pile is attained by RB=qp[?DB2. ...

It is confirmed that increase in pile capacity is out of the utilization of high-displacement auger cast or shed piles and the use of amelioration. The additional recommendations on design procedures are hereby organized broadly by the type of soil as either cohesive or non-cohesive in the subdivisions that follow thereafter. It clear to understand that silty soils require judgment on the side of the evaluation of the most reasonable approaches usable by the engineer. Generally, Soils should be categorized in relation to the anticipated characteristics under the load being put in to consideration that is as whether the soil is prone to un-drainage or full drainage. Techniques of either cohesive or non-cohesive soils must be employed depending on this classification and hence further categorized by the availability of in-situ and or laboratory test data. The recommended method of technique of end shear and side shear estimates using un-drained shear potency is the FHWA1999 method. It is mainly for drilled in CFA piles found in granular soils and cohesive materials. For an unknown pile unit, the final shear resistance (fs) is formulated as fs=a Su. In this formula, the Su represents the un-drained shear potency or strength of granular soil at the pile unit location. In addition, a represents the reduction or decreasing factor that is not constant as ? = 0.55 for Su / Pa ? 1.5. In this case, PA represents the average atmospheric pressure for a formula 1.