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Title: On the Bearing Capacity of Suction Bucket Foundations in Saturated Sand
Author: Jiao BT(矫滨田) ; Lu XB(鲁晓兵) ; Shi ZM(时忠民)
Source: The Open Ocean Engineering Journal
Issued Date: 2010-02-16
Volume: 3, Pages:45-49
Abstract: Abstract: The static bearing capacity of suction caisson with single-and four-caissons in saturated sand foundation is studied by experiments. The characteristics of bearing capacity under vertical and horizontal loadings are obtained ex- perimentally. The effects of loading direction on the bearing capacity of four-caissons are studied under horizontal load- ing. The comparison of the bearing capacity of single-caisson and four-caisson foundation, the sealed condition of cais- son’s top and loading rate are analyzed.
Language: 中文
Indexed Type: 其他
Corresponding Author: 矫滨田
Correspondent Email: xblu@imech.ac.cn
Subject: 固体力学::岩体力学和土力学
Content Type: 期刊论文
URI: http://dspace.imech.ac.cn/handle/311007/33050
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