Ground characterisation for PISA pile testing and analysis

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Title: Ground characterisation for PISA pile testing and analysis
Authors: Zdravkovic, L
Jardine, R
Taborda, DMG
Abadias Gomez, D
Burd, HJ
Byrne, BW
Gavin, K
Houlsby, GT
Igoe, D
Liu, T
Martin, CM
McAdam, RA
Muir Wood, A
Potts, D
Skov Gretlung, J
Ushev, E
Item Type: Journal Article
Abstract: This paper is the first of a set of linked publications on the PISA Joint Industry Research Project, which was concerned with the development of improved design methods for monopile foundations in offshore wind applications. PISA involved large - scale pile tests in overconsolidated glacial till at Cowden, north - east England , and in dense normally consolidated marine sand at Dunkirk, northern France. The paper presents the c haracterisation of the two sites, which was crucial to the design of the field experim ents and advanced numerical modelling of the pile - soil interactions. The studies described, which had to be completed at an early stage of the PISA project, added new laboratory and field campaigns to historic investigations at both sites . They enabled an accurate description of soil behaviour from small strains to ultimate states to be derived , allowing analyses to be undertaken that captured both the serviceability and limit state behaviour of the test monopiles.
Date of Acceptance: 17-Sep-2018
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/64937
ISSN: 0016-8505
Publisher: Thomas Telford
Journal / Book Title: Géotechnique
Sponsor/Funder: Geotechnical Consulting Group
DONG Energy Wind Power A/S
DONG Energy Wind Power A/S
Funder's Grant Number: GCG Chair
030-13-0133
Layered Soils Extension Projec
Keywords: 0905 Civil Engineering
Geological & Geomatics Engineering
Publication Status: Accepted
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Geotechnics



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