Proceedings of the 13th Annual Members' Conference, 1988, Atlanta, GA "Deep Foundations In Urban Areas", (DFI; ICDF ** also titled: American developments in the use of small diameter inserts as piles and insitu reinforcement)
The Use of Small Diameter Inserts as Piles and Insitu Reinforcement
Dr. Donald A. Bruce; Nicholson Construction Company
The use of small diameter cast-in-place bored piles is becoming increasingly popular in the United States. Such inserts are used as conventional load bearing piles, and are generally referred to as pin piles. The other major application is for the in situ reinforcement of soil slopes or excavations. The paper reviews the applications, construction, design and performance of inserts of each type.
|article #252; publication #26 (AM-1988)|