Evaluation of the Influence of De-sanding (Recycling System) Process on the Pile Bearing Capacity Using Full Scale Models

Authors

  • Haider N. Hasan College of Engineering - University of Baghdad
  • A'amal A.H. Al-Saidi College of Engineering - University of Baghdad

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31026/j.eng.2022.12.06

Keywords:

Bored Pile, Bentonite, Support Fluid, Bearing Capacity, Recycling System

Abstract

The present study investigates the effect of the de-sanding (recycling system) on the bearing capacity of the bored piles. Full-scale models were conducted on two groups of piles, the first group was implemented without using this system, and the second group was implemented using the recycling system. All piles were tested by static load test, considering the time factor for which the piles were implemented. The test results indicated a significant and clear difference in the bearing capacity of the piles when using this system. The use of the recycling system led to a significant increase in the bearing capacity of the piles by 50% or more. Thus it was possible to reduce the pile length by (15 % or more) thus, and implementation costs were significantly reduced. Furthermore, casting time for the pile group in which the system is used is less than for the pile group that did not use it (approximately half an hour per pile), and the amount of concrete was greater by an average of 2 cubic meters for each pile.

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Published

2022-12-01

How to Cite

Hasan, H. N. . and Al-Saidi , A. A. . (2022) “Evaluation of the Influence of De-sanding (Recycling System) Process on the Pile Bearing Capacity Using Full Scale Models”, Journal of Engineering, 28(12), pp. 80–92. doi: 10.31026/j.eng.2022.12.06.