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Hasn't every one switched over to strut and tie model for pile cap design yet?

Rudra Nevatia


--- "John P. Riley" wrote:
> Byron
> I have "Reinforced Concrete Design Handbook," ACI 317, 1951. I could
> email you the details for a 3-pile cap if you'd like. Of course, the design
> is based on 3 ksi concrete and 40 ksi steel.
> John P. Riley
> PS: I'm probably one of the few monitoring this list that was alive in
> 1951. Wasn't engineering, tho.
>
> -----------
>
> Byron:
> I have the "Handbook of Concrete Engineering" by "Mark Fintel" 2nd addition
> that addresses the Pile Cap design along with example of mutil pile
> arrangement application.
> Let me know if you need me to fax the total of 5 pages to you.
>
>
> Khashayar (Casey) Hemmatyar, P.E.
> California
> -----------
>
> I am looking for a design reference that has more examples of pile cap
> design than the CRSI Handbook. An example of a 3-pile cap, specifically,
> would be great.
>
> Thanks
>
> Byron Benson

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