Arashijar Attached are rough guidelines to check your final output. About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. N is the number of blows per foot I believe. PileLAT is a finite-element based program that analyzes the behaviour of single piles mainly under lateral loading based on p-y curves. My second questions is, where in a geotech report can I get the cohesion, and unit weight of the soil?
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Loading Specify distributed lateral loading along the length of the piles and shafts, and compute the response of piles up to 50 different user-defined load cases. Soil Movement The user is able to input a profile of soil movements versus depth as additional loading on the pile. The movements of the soil may be produced from any action that causes soil movements, such as movements due to slope instability, lateral spreading during earthquakes, and seepage forces.
LPILE is quick, with the average analysis taking only a few seconds. Four values K22, K23, K32, and K33 of a typical 6x6 matrix for foundation stiffness may be generated by the program for a range of loading or deformation. These values can be used to model nonlinear foundation springs in the analysis of the superstructure. LPILE has the capability to perform push-over analyses and can study the pile behavior after the development of plastic hinges yielding.
Output Pile bending moment, shear force, mobilized sectional properties, or curvature of piles under each load case, and more are outputted for each example. Detailed printer-friendly generated output files report all influencing parameters used for computation of internally generated p-y curves, deflection, bending moment, shear, mobilized soil reaction, moment-curvature, interaction diagram, and more, with the option to to export all results into Microsoft Excel.