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About this product
- Author(s)B.A. Nikolaev
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication26/05/2012
- GenreCivil Engineering & Environmental Engineering
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note21 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight197 g
- Width210 mm
- Height279 mm
- Spine4 mm
- Table Of ContentsI. Phenomena Originating in Ground while Sinking Piles by Electroosmosis.- 1. Electroosmosis and Electrolysis in Clay Ground.- 2. The Effect of Direct Current on the Resistance of the Ground to Sinking of a Pile-Cathode.- II. The Influence of Mineral Composition and Physical Properties of the Ground on the Effectiveness of Sinking Piles by Electroosmosis.- 3. Methods of Investigation and Characteristics of the Ground.- 4. Results of Experimental Tests.- III. The Effect of Area of Electrodes on Rate of Driving Wooden Piles.- 5. Laboratory Investigations.- 6. Experiments under Field Conditions.- IV. Driving Steel Piles by Electroosmosis.- 7. Effectiveness of the Electroosmotic Method of Driving Piles under the Geologic Conditions of the Experimental Setup.- 8. The Effect of Changes in Voltage, Current, and Current Density on the Rate of Sinking Steel Piles.- 9. The Effect of Rate of Driving Steel Piles and the Effect of Distance between Pile-Electrodes on the Acceleration of Sinking by Means of Electroosmosis.- V. Driving and Vibrosinking Reinforced-Concrete Tubular Piles by Electroosmosis.- 10. Investigations on an Experimental Stand.- 11. Application of the Electroosmotic Method of Accelerating the Sinking of Reinforced-Concrete Tubular Piles for the Stoitel' Bridge in Leningrad.- VI. Restoration of Bearing Capacity of Piles after Electroosmotic Driving.- 12. Results of Dynamic and Static Tests on Piles.- VII. An Approximate Method of Computing the Parameters of Direct Current, Optimum Penetration per Blow, and Area of Electrodes..- 13. Computing the Parameters of Current and the Optimum Penetration per Blow for Steel Piles.- 14. Computing the Parameters of Current and Optimum Area of Electrodes for Nonmetallic Piles.- VIII. Practical Recommendations for the Electroosmotic Method of Accelerating Pile Driving.- 15. Geologic Conditions Favorable for Driving Piles by Electroosmosis.- 16. Arrangement of the Electrodes.- 17. Measures for Eliminating Leakage of Direct Current.- 18. The Operation of Pile Driving by Electroosmosis.- 19. Experimental Work on Sinking and Testing Piles -.- 20. Data on the Economy in Time and Electrical Energy when Driving Piles by Electroosmosis.- 21. Some Potential Future Uses of Electroosmosis in the Field of Foundation Construction.- References.
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