The Analysis of Structural Piling Systems

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The Analysis of Structural Piling Systems

The Structural Engineer
The Analysis of Structural Piling Systems
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Alcock, D G

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This paper describes a method of analysing a structure consisting of a number of piles embedded at their toes and connected to a rigid mass (such as a bridge pier) at their heads. The piles are treated as straight elastic members having any desired inclination in three dimensions. D.G. Alcock

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