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The Static Penetration Test and the Ultimate Resistances of Driven Piles in Fine-grained Non-cohesive Soils

The paper discusses the interpretation of the results of static penetration tests in terms of the geological structure and traditional theory together with the evaluation of the ultimate base and shaft resistances of driven piles from measured cone resistances. S. Thorburn

Author(s): Thorburn, S

Keywords: penetration tests;piles;sand;silty sands