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The response of an individual pile to externally applied lateral load is one of the most complex soil-structure interaction problems in the field of foundation engineering. Piles that are used under tall chimneys, television towers, high-rise high retaining walls, offshore structures etc. Several methods are available for predicting the ultimate lateral resistance to piles in cohesionless soils. However these methods often produce significantly differently ultimate resistance values. This makesdoi:10.15623/ijret.2014.0323039 fatcat:kmymamyic5euzp732bnnjwl3em