timber pile splice detail

EVALUATION OF PILE REPAIR SPLICE DESIGN Research Testing

PILE SPLICE DETAIL Causes for Rejection Any damage to pile or presence of water in pile after driving or other causes of rejection as given in the specifications shall be causes for rejection of the pile Steel shell cast in place piling shall be 12 quot O D uniform section circular pipe pile with a minimum wall thickness of 0 172 quot Steel materials shall conform to the requirements of TIMBER BRIDGE REPAIR DETAILS AND BEST PRACTICES By Vijaya VJ Gopu Ph D P E Carbon Rods used to attach Splice Pile before and during FRP wrapping The absence of a durable vapour barrier between the wood deck and the asphalt overlay allows moisture to be trapped at the interface of the deck and the overlay and contribute to the decay and 01 04 2016 nbsp 0183 32 11 Pile Splices 31 11 1 Timber Pile Splices 31 11 2 Precast Concrete Piles 31 11 3 Metal Shell and H piles 32 12 Pile Cutoffs 34 13 Filling Metal Shell Piles with Concrete 34 14 Piles Formwork amp Reinforcement 34 15 Determining amp Documenting Final Contract Quantities 36 15 1 Methods of Payment amp Unit of Measurement 36Timber piles require care in splicing partly because of difference in size between the butt of the driven section and the tip of the added section Bolted timber lagging requires accurate shaping of both sections of pile and tight attachment Splicing timber piles should be avoided if practical Splicing can be done but is expensive and time consuming A better solution to extension properties of the timber splice repair design and b discern any influence of concrete plug length on the performance of the piles The objective was achieved by conducting two tests on pile splices – compression 3 and flexure 3 Overall the repair design performed well during testing In compression the piles did not fail

PILE FOUNDATION CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION

repair timber piles in timber pile bridges Five full scale timber pile specimens with different levels of damages were prepared The damage in each specimen was repaired with fiberglass reinforced plastic wrap to encapsulate the damaged region which was filled either with resin or grout or with resin and gravel Ultimate load tests were carried out on the specimens to alone in its use of timber piles to support highways The highest ever recorded design load for timber piles in U S highway construction is a 1 000 foot long viaduct supported by timber piles which have a 75 ton design load on Interstate 80 near Winnemucca Nevada Timber piles are most common and economical for loads in the range of 5 to 40 tons 01 02 2007 nbsp 0183 32 RE Splicing timber piles civilperson Structural 1 Feb 07 12 07 The can has a plate across the section maybe 15 quot 18 quot from the end This is the length of insertion of the timber can not go futher because timber butt hits the plate This plate timber is what the mandrel pushes 20 8 Splice plates 363 20 9 Typical design for single skin panel 365 21 Trusses 369 21 1 Introduction 369 21 2 Loading on trusses 375 21 3 Types of members and joints 376 21 4 Design of a parallel chord truss 386 21 5 Bowstring trusses 399 21 6 Deflection of trusses 408 21 7 Coefficients of axial loading 411 22 Structural Design for Fire Resistance 430 22 1 timber piles in U S highway construction is a 1 000 foot long viaduct supported by timber piles which have a 75 ton design load on Interstate 80 near Winnemucca Nevada Timber piles are most common and economical for loads in the range of 5 to 40 tons We do not encourage overstressing the pile Wood is among the most commonly available cost effective versatile

BUILDER S ENGINEER Timber Piles Splicing Tips of Timbe

Timber pile splices shall be fabricated as shown on Standard Drawing S 1413 quot Standard Timber Pile Splice quot 3 2 4 Pile Concrete Concrete shall meet the requirements of Pile Concrete as specified in Section 4 quot Cast In Place Concrete quot Specifications for Bridge Construction Section 3 Bearing Piles 3 2 3 2 5 Reinforcing Steel Steel reinforcement incorporated in the pile repair timber piles in timber pile bridges Five full scale timber pile specimens with different levels of damages were prepared The investigated in 2007 2 Method A used lap splices at the end of each stub section The sections were connected by long metal screws 0 5 by 12 in in diameter This repair method restored 70 of the axial Details about the timber pile test ALTERNATE H PILE SPLICE DETAIL PILE SPLICE DETAIL STEEL ENCASED CONCRETE ENLARGED VIEW END PLATE DETAIL C C A A H PILE SPLICE DETAIL of upper section flanges and one side of web Flame scarf inside of both material of a like quality from pile cut offs or other Backing Ring may be made 4 quot 5 quot 8 quot 8 quot 10 quot PILE 8 quot 10 quot 12 quot 14 quot 2 quot 61 2 quot 51 quot 2 61 C C The overall goal of the project was to characterize the new timber pile repair design More specifically the objectives of the study were to a characterize flexural and compressional properties of the timber splice repair design and b discern any influence of concrete plug length on the performance of the piles The objective was achieved by conducting two tests on pile 13 10 2010 nbsp 0183 32 Built in 1938 widened in 1986 when two piles per member were added Two rows of timber piles with cross bracing are placed under each bent Bent piles have 0 to 90 section remaining Piles were rated 4 for their condition Bent and abutment caps are in good to very good condition

Splicing timber piles Foundation engineering Eng Tips

1 Report No 2 3 Recipients Accession No MN RC 2015 45B 4 Title and Subtitle 5 Report Date Cost Effective Timber Bridge Repairs Manual for Repairs ofTimber piles have successfully supported structures for more than 6 000 years Over the years the methods that man has employed to extend the life of timber piling have evolved to the point that timber piles will last for over 100 years Ancient civilizations used various animal vegetable and mineral oils to preserve timber In Roman times timbers were smeared with cedar oils and17 11 2012 nbsp 0183 32 Timber Piles Splicing Tips of Timbe These are generally used for comparatively light axial and lateral loads where foundation conditions indicate that piles will not be damaged by driving or exposed to marine borers 21 02 2020 nbsp 0183 32 Using a timber cap with 3 or more piles requires piling to be driven with the mid air cut off location of each pile accurately located This is not something a run of the mill pile driver has either the equipment or experience to do Two piles simple two point define a straight line Nice book Bridgebuster a keeper Thank You PILE SPLICE DETAIL Causes for Rejection Any damage to pile or presence of water in pile after driving or other causes of rejection as given in the specifications shall be causes for rejection of the pile Steel shell cast in place piling shall be 12 quot O D uniform section circular pipe pile with a minimum wall thickness of 0 172 quot Steel