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Estimation of The Maximum Bending Moment on Pile Group Under One-Way Cyclic Loading in Sandy Soil

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Saif Samir Abdulhafiz ,
Saif Samir Abdulhafiz

College of Engineering/ University of Diyala, Iraq

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Jasim M Abbas ,
Jasim M Abbas

College of Engineering/ University of Diyala, Iraq

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Abstract

In fact, most civil engineering projects are subjected to cyclic loads. The sources of this load are usually seismic, wind, sea waves, and others. Model tests in sandy soil were performed to determine the maximum bending moment at which a pile group (2x2) would respond under one-way lateral cyclic loading. The group pile was made of aluminum piles that were installed in sandy soil with a 70% relative density and three-pile spacing of (3D, 5D, and 7D). The cyclic loads ratio (CLR) used are (0.6, 0,0,8, and 1.0) that is a result from average lateral static load. It can be concluded that an increase in group pile spacing can reduce the maximum bending moment by up to 92%. In addition, As the distance increases, the bending moment decreases, the front pile group provides a greater maximum bending moment than the back rows, as the maximum value in comparison reached 53%.

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Abdulhafiz SS, Abbas JM. Estimation of The Maximum Bending Moment on Pile Group Under One-Way Cyclic Loading in Sandy Soil. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología - Serie de Conferencias [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 7 [cited 2024 Jul. 22];3:841. Available from: https://conferencias.saludcyt.ar/index.php/sctconf/article/view/841

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