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Helical piles have been used extensively in Western Canada to support the superstructures particularly with applications in power transmission towers, commercial buildings, camps, and so on. Extensive research in helical piles has been conducted using physical testing methods; however, there has...
Steel threaded micropiles are a new deep foundation system recently introduced to the piling industry of North America. This pile consists of a steel threaded tubular shaft that is tapered at the lower segment. Steel threaded micropiles are quick to install, easy to dismantle, and have been...
Current design procedures for double-coped beams tend to be overly conservative and do not include considerations for axial load. The reduced strength and stability of the coped region increase the susceptibility of the connection to a local failure, and the complexity of the connection behaviour...