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Same displacement for any load i put. (extreme total displacement)

Same displacement for any load i put. (extreme total displacement)

Same displacement for any load i put. (extreme total displacement)

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Hello, guys. I modelled a pile foundation in layers of soil, mostly clay. I put load in middle, top position of pile. i put load such as 700 kN, 1400 kN but displacement produced from the result is same. Is it my modelling has error? Or my pile very stable and no influence towards the surrounding environment? Or is it ok that displacement is same for different load?

And then for the extreme total displacement, what is its period? Is it initial displacement? Or how many time it take for the displacement to take place and happen actually?

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