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Full-scale experimental study and numerical analysis of vibratory drivent piles : vibrations in the environment and bearing capacity

Abstract : The objective of this work is to better understand the phenomena related to vibratory driving and to capitalize on it. This report is organized into three chapters. The first describes two techniques of driven piles : impact driving and vibratory driving. The second chapter is based on two axes : - A full scale experimental study of acoustic impact of sound and especially an analysis of noise caused by the driving piles with a vibrator, a hydraulic hammer or a pneumatic hammer, - A full scale experimental study of particulate velocity during pile driving, coupled with a numerical analysis (both in 2D and in 3D), with the finite element software package CESAR- LCPC. From full-scale experiments, the third chapter compares the bearing capacity of piles implemented by impact and vibratory driving and proposes to take into account the vibratory driving piles into the French rules.
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Frédéric Rocher-Lacoste. Full-scale experimental study and numerical analysis of vibratory drivent piles : vibrations in the environment and bearing capacity. Computer Science [cs]. Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, 2008. English. ⟨pastel-00005507⟩

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