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#CPF-2015-DRSH-1 Guide to Tremie Concrete For Deep Foundations, 2nd Edition
EFFC and DFI Concrete Task Group
PDF, 83 pages, Illustrated

The primary purpose of this report is to provide guidance for characterization related to performance, mix design process, and methods used to test fresh concrete. The principles of this guide apply to tremie concrete for deep foundations but may also be applied for other forms of deep foundations (e.g., continuous flight auger piling). The guide addresses design considerations including concrete rheology, mix design, reinforcement detailing, concrete cover, and good practice rules for placement. A review of methods to test the as-built elements is presented together with advice on the identification and interpretation of the results.

#CPF-2015-DRSH-2 Research Report: Rheology and Workability Testing of Deep Foundation Concrete in Europe and the US
EFFC and DFI Concrete Task Group
PDF, 83 pages, Illustrated

A companion research report to the DFI/EFFC Guide to Tremie Concrete for Deep Foundations (2nd Edition) which provides information on the research incorporated in the guide that numerically models the behaviour of concrete when it is poured into an excavation. This is a new area of research which provides new insight into what is occurring during the tremie operation.

#ROME-2018 Proceeding of the 2018 DFI-EFFC International Conference on Deep Foundations and Ground Improvement, Rome, Italy
1383 pgs, illustrated, 8 ½” x 11”

This publication contains peer reviewed technical papers pertaining to the session topics selected by the Conference Organizing Committee for the 2018 Conference - Contracts and Geotechnical Investigation, Deep Foundations and Testing, Diaphragm Walls, New Developments and Innovative Techniques, Pile Construction, Deep Foundations Executed with Excavation, Deep Foundations Executed without Excavation, Design and Modeling Criteria: Other Techniques, Grouting, Ground Modification Technologies: Other Techniques, Soil Mixing, Project Information Management Systems (PIMS) and BIM.
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#CPF-2014-SLMX-1 Influences of Mixture Proportions and Test Conditions on the Strength and Stiffness of Wet-Mixed Soil and Cement
DFI Soil Mixing Committee, Roberto Nevárez-Garibaldi, Dale Miller, and George Filz, Virginia Tech
PDF, 405 pages, Illustrated

Establishing a suitable mix design is important to provide the engineering property values necessary for adequate performance of a deep mixing support system. The mix design process often includes a laboratory mixing program to identify suitable binder types and appropriate mixture proportions. The objectives of this research were to investigate: (1) the influences of laboratory procedures and test conditions on measured property values of cement-treated soil, (2) relationships between engineering property values, such as the relationship between unconfined compressive strength and Young's modulus, and (3) the influence of mix design proportions on cured strength and on mixture consistency immediately after mixing.

#CPF-2016-ACIP-1 ACIP Pile Installation, Installation Monitoring, Full-scale Load Testing, and Extraction Program
DFI Augered Cast-In-Place Pile Committee, Dr. Antonio Marinucci, MBA, P.E. and W. Morgan NeSmith, Jr., P.E.
PDF, 138 pages, Illustrated

DFI’s Augered Cast-In-Place (ACIP) Pile Committee performed a foundation installation, monitoring, performance and extraction program for ACIP piles in the fall of 2016. The purpose of the project was to demonstrate a fully monitored installation of instrumented 18-in (457 mm) and 24-in (610 mm) diameter ACIP piles, including automated monitoring equipment (AME); post-installation thermal integrity profiling (TIP) measurements; compression, tension, and lateral load testing (including monitoring of strain gages embedded along the compression pile shaft); and post-testing extraction of an installed pile for visual inspection.

#AM-2017 Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference on Deep Foundations, 2017, New Orleans, LA, USA
DFI , Conference Chair Dale C. Biggers, P.E., Boh Bros. Construction Co., LLC; Conference Program Co-Chairs Karishma Desai, P.E., Eustis Engineering LLC,Nabil Mikhail, P.E., D.GE., Intertek-PSI, Inc.
620 pgs, illustrated, 8 ½” x 11”

This publication contains peer reviewed technical papers pertaining to the session topics selected by the Conference Organizing Committee for the 2017 Conference – Risk, Mitigation of Environmental Impacts, Laterally Loaded Piles, Case Histories - Support of Excavation, Case Histories - Deep Foundations, Critical Infrastructure, Sheet Piling and Cofferdams, Instrumentation/Soil-Pile Interaction, Innovative Techniques for Soft Soils, Deep Foundations Technologies, and Subsurface Exploration/Site Characterization.
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#ISM- 2017 Proceedings - 13th International Workshop on Micropiles - 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada
ISM, DFI, ADSC, Dan MacLean
Online Access to PDFs

The International Society for Micropiles (ISM), Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) and The International Association for Foundation Drilling (ADSC) partnered to present the 13th Workshop on Micropiles on the theme of "Micropiles: Resisting and Remediating the Effects of Mother Nature". Technical papers and presentations were provided on this topic in the form of case histories as well as the use of micropiles as foundation support, innovative techniques and design and load testing information.
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#India2017 Proceedings of DFI-India 2017: 7th Conference on Deep Foundation Technologies for Infrastructure Development in India
DFI of India, Mr. Anirudhen, Dr. K.S. Ramakrishna
Electronic Proceedings Site, PDF Files

Papers from the conference at the Indian Institute Of Technology (IIT) Madras in Chennai, India covering the topics of ground improvement, driven pile systems, drilled pile systems and deep excavation systems.
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#SP-2017 SuperPile'17 Online Proceedings
DFI, DFI 2017 Technical Committees: Driven Pile, Drilled Shaft, Micropile, ACIP Piles, Helical Piles & Tiebacks, Ground Improvement, Marine Foundations, Testing & Evaluation and Seismic & Lateral Loads
Online Access to Presentation PDFs

Presentations on the latest developments in augered cast-in-place/ drilled displacement piles, drilled shafts, driven piles, ground improvement, helical piles and tiebacks, marine foundations, micropiles, testing and evaluation of foundation systems, and seismic and lateral loads that highlight best practices for project safety from design through construction as well as topics relevant to the Southern California area.
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