The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 40 (1962) > Issues > Issue 4 > The Use and Behaviour of Large Diameter Piles in London Clay
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The Use and Behaviour of Large Diameter Piles in London Clay

The results of two loading tests on underreamed piles in London Clay are given, one of these incorporating special equipment for the separate measurement of shaft and base loads. The settlement results are discussed and show agreement with some previously published figures in the light of accepted elastic theories. Willem W. Frischmann and W. G. Kenneth Fleming

Author(s): Frischmann, Willem W;Fleming, W G Kenneth

Keywords: large;london clay;behaviour;load tests;underreamed piles;union st, blackfriars rd, london;st giles high st, london;centre point, london;orbit house, blackfriars road, london