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Settlement Formula

Settlement Formula

Settlement Formula

(OP)
Dear Every one! 2018
Do you have specific formula or specified book on calculating settlement of single and group pile ?
Thank you 🙏 in advance!

RE: Settlement Formula

For a final answer, you should consult a geotechnical engineer. This is particularly true if your structure is sensitive to settlement or your soil profile is complex -- any generic advice will have a significant margin of error.

For preliminary estimation, NAVFAC 7.2 is an excellent resource for rule-of-thumb level results. For pile settlements, you want page 7.2-207

https://vulcanhammernet.files.wordpress.com/2017/0...

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RE: Settlement Formula

(OP)
Ok Lo
Thank you

RE: Settlement Formula

Hi Lo,
Good source you came up with.

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