Load Transferring Characteristics of Expanded Pile with Cement Mortar Mixture for Pipe Pile

Authors

  • Shijie Hou
  • Benlin Ying
  • Yonghao Zhang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.62051/jvmjmh84

Keywords:

FRIC subroutine, load transfer characteristics, shear force transmission models.

Abstract

Two kinds of interface shear force transmission models of expanded pile are introduced in combination with FRIC subroutine. ABAQUS is used to carry out numerical analysis to study the load transfer characteristics of expanded pile under vertical load. The results show: the load on the top of the pile is transmitted by the strong cohesive force between the pipe pile and the expanded interface. Under the vertical load, the axial stress of the pipe pile in the expanded pile gradually decreases with the increase of depth, and the axial stress of the expanded part increases first and then decreases with the depth. With the increase of pile length, pipe pile diameter or expansion thickness, the axial stress of pipe pile increases as a whole. With the increase of pile length, the axial stress of the expansion body increases gradually, and with the increase of pile diameter or expansion thickness, the axial stress of the expansion body decreases gradually. The axial stress of the pipe pile in the equal core part of the non-equal core expanded pile gradually decreases with the increase of depth, and the axial stress of the expanded body increases with the increase of the pile length.

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Published

11-12-2023

How to Cite

“Load Transferring Characteristics of Expanded Pile with Cement Mortar Mixture for Pipe Pile” (2023) Transactions on Engineering and Technology Research, 1, pp. 73–78. doi:10.62051/jvmjmh84.

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