Line

Parameter

Description

K

Option for load-transfer functions (see Figure 3-22)

Base

Shaft

= 0 Consolidation

Seed and Reese

= 1 Vijayvergiya

Seed and Reese

= 2 Reese and Wright

Seed and Reese

= 3 Consolidation

Input (see line 10)

= 4 Vijayvergiya

Input (see line 10)

= 5 Reese and Wright

Input (see line 10)

= 6 Input (see line 13)

Input (see line 10)

= 7 Consolidation

Kraft, Ray, and Kagawa

= 8 Vijayvergiya

Kraft, Ray, and Kagawa

= 9 Reese and Wright

Kraft, Ray, and Kagawa

SOILP

Pressure on top layer of soil exerted by surrounding structure, fill, etc., psf

DS

Diameter shaft, ft

DB

Diameter base, ft

4

E50

Strain at 1/2 maximum deviator stress, Equation 3-34

5

LLL

Option for type of shear failure at base

= 0 Local shear failure, Equation 3-24 or N c = 7

= 1 General shear failure, Equation 3-10 or N c = 9

6

MAT

Number of material

GS

Specific gravity

EO

Initial void ratio

WO

Initial water content, percent

PS

Swell pressure, psf

CS

Swell index

CC

Compression index

C

Cohesion, psf; = undrained strength for total stress analysis; effective cohesion c' or zero for effective

stress analysis

Angle of shearing resistance ; = 0 for total stress analysis

PHI

AK

Coefficient of lateral earth pressure

PM

Maximum past pressure, psf (program sets PM = PS if PM input < PS)

Reduction factor a for each material MAT, Equations 3-26, Table 3-5, Table 3-9,; used when option

7

ALPHA

I = 6, Line 3

8

M

Number of element

IE(M)

Material number of soil, MAT

9

RFF

Hyperbolic reduction factor R for Kraft, Ray, and Kagawa model, Equation 3-35; use 1.0 if not known

GG

Shear modulus G, psf, Equation 3-35

10

Input data for shaft load-transfer curves (k = 3, 4, 5, 6)

10a

NCA

Total number of shaft load-transfer curves to input, < 12

10b

T(M,1)...

Skin friction ratio of developed shear strength/maximum

..T(M,11)

mobilized shear strength of each shaft load-transfer curve; 11 values required for each load-transfer

curve, the first value T(1,1) = 0.0

10c

S(M)

Movement in inches for all of the T(M,1)...T(M,11) curves; only 10 values required from S(2)...S(11);

S(1) = 0.0 in code; if S(M) in the code is okay (0.0, 0.05, 0.1, 0.15, 0.2, 0.23, 0.3, 0.45, 0.75, 1.05, 1.5

inches)

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