By Mohamed Abdallah El-Reedy Ph.D
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Apart from new theoretical advancements a entire databank for comparisons with experimental facts is integrated. approximately four hundred punching exams have been severely reviewed and evaluated in a constant demeanour. this is often regarded as step one in the direction of a commonly agreed choice of trustworthy checks. The glaring worth of the sort of info financial institution is illustrated by means of comparisons conducted among the information and a few of the analytical proposals in addition to empirical code formulas.
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18 Shape of hollow slab. 19 205 mm hollow core. 20 220 mm hollow core. 21 300 mm hollow core. 22 400 mm hollow core. 23 Pouring concrete on hollow slab. supports as the load distribution through one direction, and in the transverse direction there is an edge with the dimensions shown in the drawings. 23. 25). Moreover, this system is usually used to reduce the size of the sections where steel strength is high in compression and tensile stress (around 140 N/mm2) but in the case of concrete its compression strength in usual work is 25–40 N/mm2 at 28 days.
They are of relatively low cost and easy to handle. 2 Steel Piles These are usually rolled sections of H shapes or steel pipes. Wide-flange and I-beams may also be used. 53 Wood pile with steel cap. 54 Steel pile with cone tip. , by welding, riveting, or bolting. Pipe piles are welded or made of seamless steel which may be driven either open-ended or closed-ended. 3 Concrete Piles These types of piles consist of two types: the cast-in-place piles and the precast concrete piles. 1 Cast-in-Place Piles Cast-in-place piles are formed by making a hole in the ground and filling it with concrete.
It is necessary to use siliceous aggregates and rich cement content (350 kg of cement per m3 of finished concrete). In addition, concrete piles must be protected from the dissolved sulfates or chemicals present in the underground water. 2%, ordinary Portland cement cannot be used. In this case, special sulfate resisting cements should be used. In all cement used, the presence of free lime or calcium traces should be minimized. 57 Typical sizes and shapes for reinforced concrete piles. 58 Composite section piles.