Evaluation of Flexural Behavior of Hollow Prestressed Concrete Pile for Continuous Pile Wall
주열식 벽체용 중공 프리스트레스트 콘크리트 파일의 휨거동 평가

Young-Geun Lee, Min-Jun Jang, Soon-Jong Yoon
2014 Journal of the Korea institute for structural maintenance inspection  
In the construction site, various earth retaining systems are developed and applied to maintain stability of excavated area and structures. Among the methods, the underground continuous wall and the column-type diaphragm wall methods are especially used in construction site nearby buildings or roads. However, these methods have some disadvantages such as the difficulty of quality control and long curing time because these methods need to cast fresh concrete at the construction site. In
more » ... these methods are usually applied to the site for the temporary purpose. In this paper, we suggest precast hollow prestressed concrete pile for continuous pile wall system. To investigate the structural behavior of suggested pile, which is the main member of the suggested system, tests pertaining to the structural behavior and prestressing force applied in the pile are conducted. From the test results, it was found that the prestressing force measured is sufficient compared with the value obtained by the design equation and the cracking moment measured is 34% higher than the design value. In addition to the above, this precast hollow prestressed concrete pile has an additional safety margin that the maximum moment is 59.2% higher than the cracking moment which is one of the serviceability limits for the design of the system.
doi:10.11112/jksmi.2014.18.3.020 fatcat:e4yvonerabg63o3lp6o6nw2q7m