107_HWKTTE 4004c - 97 3. For the total static capacity...

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97 3. For the total static capacity prediction, the suggested method (COV R = 0.29) was the most accurate of the three methods evaluated, followed by the PDA (COV R = 0.32) and the CAPWAP procedure (COV R = 0.45). 4. In terms of the skin static resistance, the suggested method ( λ R = 1.04, COV R = 0.39) proved to be the best method followed by CAPWAP ( λ R = 0.80, COV R = 0.43) and Method 1 ( λ R = 1.29, COV R = 0.89). 5. The tip static prediction from the suggested method ( λ R = 0.96, COV R = 0.17) was superior to the predictions of CAPWAP ( λ R = 1.08, COV R = 0.55) and Method 1 ( λ R = 1.94, COV R = 1.27). 6. The relation of tip to skin ratio versus the Case damping, J c , allows the user to recalibrate the suggested method as more pile driving information is used. In a sensitivity analysis, the coefficient of variance of the static capacity changed by only 10 percent when the coefficient of variance of the Case damping was modified by 30 percent. 7.
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course TTE 4004c taught by Professor Hass during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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107_HWKTTE 4004c - 97 3. For the total static capacity...

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